A Boundless Source of Inspiration

The New Dupont begins right here in the Annex: a unique enclave with well-preserved historic homes, a wealth of cultural and entertainment landmarks, unlimited connectivity and wonderfully eclectic stores, pubs, restaurants and boutiques.

It’s a place that captures the imagination and serves up truly memorable experiences. When you live at ANX, you live in one of Toronto’s most sought-after neighbourhoods.

Dupont & Spadina is home to the soon-to-be revamped Dupont station on the Yonge-University line. You can get to either Union Station or Yorkdale Shopping Centre in under fifteen minutes. With the Bloor-Danforth subway line also ready to whisk you east or west, and the Spadina streetcar travelling all the way to Harbourfront, you’re in a very convenient location.

Artisanal flair is never ending. From alehouses, rooftop patios and live music to chic bars and bohemian lounges, the Annex is fast becoming the destination for entertainment experiences. Given the array of green spaces, cycling trails and the pure vibrancy of Bloor street, it’s no wonder that the Annex is home to many of the city’s architects, professors, artists and inventors.

Known both for its exclusive shopping and exquisite dining, Yorkville’s narrow lanes and tree-lined streets invite you to discover your favourite bistro or boutique, tucked away just steps from Yonge & Bloor and the bustling city beyond.

Discover hundreds of cultural events of every kind along this incredible mile-long corridor, which includes a stunning array of museums, galleries, the Royal Conservatory of Music, concert auditoriums and the Miles Nadal JCC. You’ll also find the legendary Hot Docs Cinema, Lee’s Palace and over 500 buildings in the Annex protected by the Historical Board of Canada.