Greenwich Village is a closely knit community of 153 towns and stacked towns. Vibrant and energetic, the west side of the city is undergoing an exciting transformation.
Inspired by the classic architecture in New York’s iconic Greenwich Village, these gracious residences feature old-world brick with modern black detailing. Columns and other architectural features define the space, creating an urban haven.
A neighbourhood where transit is king
Sheppard West Subway station (Downsview) Within five minutes walk.
A bus stop right at your doorstep, and you can catch the GO train & Go Go busses at Downsview station.
The Allen Expressway & Highway 401 are both a short distance away.
York U the campus is three stops away from Downsview station.
Parks & Recreation within few minutes drive
G. Ross Lord Park
Earl Bales Park
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Aga Khan Museum
Excellent schools in the area
Cardinal Carter, an arts-focused high school with top EQAO scores
William Lyon Mackenzie
Loretto Abbey, a girls’ Catholic school
Northview, which is known for its science program.
Variety of private schools like girls Havergal College, Tanenbaum CHAT, Blyth Academy, an athletics-focused school, AVRO Academy, as well as schools catering to the area’s large Jewish community.
Superb shopping & Entertainment
Yorkdale, Toronto’s most popular mall, is in the neighborhood, just a short drive or a single subway stop away. It has hundreds of stores, a movie theater, restaurants and a truly great food court.
Costco close by for bigger grocery runs, just a few blocks away at Wilson and the Allen Expressway.