Everything is within walking distance of Wallace Walk. Its location in the Junction Triangle neighbourhood mirrors Toronto’s unique mix of cultures, with shops, services and sidewalk cafes lining Bloor Street between Keele and Roncesvalles. It’s also just a short stroll from the scenic greenery of High Park and the stores and restaurants of Bloor West Village.

Even more convenient is Wallace Walk’s proximity to both the Dundas West and Keele subway stations. Catch the next train and you can be in Yorkville in minutes, or transfer south on the Yonge line to Toronto’s financial and entertainment districts.

In the last few years, a rail path beside the CNR line has been opened up, creating a wonderful path for walking, jogging or cycling, running from the west end of the neighbourhood all the way to the base of Sterling, with plans to extend it all the way to the waterfront in the future.

With the Bloor GO station nearby, residents will also be able to take advantage of Toronto’s new Air Rail Link which is now under construction. When complete, this modern express rail service will provide direct high speed transportation between Union Station and Pearson International Airport.