Boutique Condos are situated right at the edge of Toronto’s Entertainment District. This popular Toronto neighbourhood has gone through many changes – from housing the Parliament Buildings of Upper Canada in the 19th century, to a manufacturing district for working class families the following century. The area has altered once more to become a picture of economic growth and community vibrancy, complete with a number of hot night spots and delicious restaurants.
Boutique’s location is also ideal due to its proximity to multiple public transportation lines. These condos are but a 5 minute walk to either Osgoode Station at Queen and University, or St. Andrew Station at King and University, both on the Yonge-University line. Residents of Boutique can also choose from two streetcar lines to travel East or West, along either Queen or King Streets.
Boutique’s occupants have many entertainment options in the area – indeed, the neighbourhood is called the Entertainment District for that very reason. From seeing performances at the nearby Royal Alexandra or Princess of Wales Theatres, to catching some amazing jazz music at The Rex Hotel Jazz & Blues Bar on Queen Street, there’s always something to do. If residents of Boutique are eager to dine out, there’s a vast variety of restaurants to choose from, including Japanese restaurant Fune and Greek food at Estiatorio Volos.
Boutique offers its residents so much to choose from and truly connects them to the best the city has to offer.