Located in southern Ontario. Toronto, the fifth largest city in North America, is commonly referred to as the world’s most multi-cultural city. One hundred and forty million people live and work within a day’s drive to Toronto, including one hundred and twenty- five million Americans, or roughly 40% of the US population.
Huron for “meeting place”, Toronto is the cultural, entertainment and financial capital of Canada. With a diverse population one can visit neighborhoods like, Little Italy, Greektown, Chinatown, Little India, The Gay Village and the Fashion District. Toronto offers everything you can possibly think of and more.
The third largest financial centre in North America, Toronto is home to more nationally and internationally top ranked companies than any other Canadian city. It is headquarters for six of Canada’s top insurers and Canada’s five largest banks. It has the third largest stock exchange in North America and one of the world’s most highly skilled, educated and multi-lingual workforces.
There are 2.6 million people in the City of Toronto and 4.5 million in the Greater Toronto Area. Unlike many large cities, Toronto is known for its cleanliness. Crime rate is low and the city is user-friendly, with a fantastic public transportation system. Toronto is a melting pot of culture, business and the arts, museums, six professional sports teams, art galleries, Ontario Place, The Canadian National Exhibition, live theatre, fine dining and over 1,000 festivals a year.
Sotheby’s International Realty Canada opened its first Toronto office in February of 2007. Centrally located near Casa Loma, one of Toronto's most popular and renowned landmarks, Sotheby’s International Realty Canada proudly represents homes and clients in the unique neighbourhoods of Rosedale, Yorkville, Harbourfront, Forest Hill, North Toronto, and Oakville as well as unique recreation properties throughout Ontario. Our clients rely on our experience and professionalism to make sound and informed decisions.