Corktown is an ideal area to invest in. Once a blue-collar enclave, the neighbourhood is shaping into an artistic hotspot and now attracts a mix of students, artists, and young families. The east end is widely considered the heart of Toronto’s brunch scene. Enjoy a sizzling plate of bacon and eggs on one of the many café patios and admire the eclectic streetscape, where vintage furniture stores nestle against some of the city’s best coffee shops, bars and quirky, live music venues. In this tight-knit neighbourhood, you’re sure to bump into a few friendly faces.
Home. Power + Adelaide is just north of the new West Don Lands development, a master-planned community that features 23 acres of public greenspace along the Don River, a brand-new YMCA and biking and walking trails that connect to both the waterfront and downtown core. Ryerson University, George Brown College and the financial district are a short streetcar ride away, making the neighbourhood attractive for a diverse tenant base. You’re also within walking distance to both the Distillery District and the St. Lawrence Market. And of course, the 24-hour streetcar is at your door, connecting you to the entire city.