All business, all the time! As Toronto’s Financial District, the Bay Corridor is filled with bankers, lawyers, doctors, consultants, and students making this neighbourhood one of the city’s most career-centric areas.
The neighbourhood is comprised of the true essence of Toronto’s hustle and bustle. Glass office towers and stunning luxury hotels catch the eye of many passing by. Though the Bay St. Corridor isn’t a popular dining area, there are still various options tailored to a more corporate outing experience.
Peppered between corporate buildings are residential complexes that house various working professionals and students but not many seniors or young families.
The Bay Corridor is Toronto’s continuous economic push forward.
Noteworthy landmarks include: Toronto Eaton Centre, Ryerson University, The University of Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum, Queen’s Park, the Discovery District, Toronto City Hall, Trump Tower