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What is there NOT to say about the mighty city of Toronto? A sprawling metropolis that spreads far in every direction save the lake, more shopping than you could POSSIBLY know what to do with, and more parks and recreational activities than anywhere else in southern Ontario. To live in any of the Toronto condos for sale will give you access to the highest-quality lifestyle you can have; downtown, you have luxury condominiums that are so glamorous and "in" that you'd be left wondering if everything in them was gold, diamond, and purest platinum in disguise. Uptown, you have condominiums that are still quite luxurious and lavish but are better-priced for those not looking for the skyscrapers of downtown. Regardless of which of these condos you take up residence in, you will have an insane amount of shopping that can be done within an extremely short distance of your home (as well as lots of recreational activities); quite literally, you could probably walk to the amenities instead of drive to them and realize you've only walked for a couple of minutes (almost all of Toronto's condominiums sit in that close of proximity to some form of quality shopping plazas/boutiques/malls/other storefronts).
When it comes to accessibility, Toronto is unmatched. From virtually any of the Toronto condos for sale, there are dozens of major roadways that pass in every direction possible, most of which lead to either the edges of the city or even beyond. Yonge Street is considered one of the most vital roadways in Toronto (not only thanks to it being the longest road in the world with all of its extensions), and a large portion of Toronto's shopping amenities and other attractions are housed on this street (particularly downtown). At the intersection of Yonge Street and Dundas Street, you have the CF Toronto Eaton Centre, the largest shopping mall in the city and absolutely FILLED with lavish boutiques and high-end stores truly befitting of Toronto. Further north, at the intersection of the Highway 401 (Macdonald-Cartier Freeway) and the W.R Allen Road, you can also find the Yorkdale Shopping Centre, which is also sizable and contains lots of high-end stores for you to be able to enjoy. Literally everywhere else around the city, you can find loads of grocery stores, a massive number of restaurants and fast food places, LOTS of coffee shops, several pharmacies/medical clinics, lots of pubs/bars, as well as banks, public libraries, post offices, and plenty more different storefronts.
For the roadways that run through Toronto like the fine grids of a plastic canvas, there are almost more major roadways than anyone could list in this city. From any of the Toronto condos for sale, you have such north-south roads as Keele Street, Bathurst Street, Dufferin Street, Yonge Street, Bayview Avenue, Leslie Street, Don Mills Road, and Jane Street, along with plenty more that can get you to the shores of Lake Ontario or out towards places like Vaughan and Richmond Hill or even beyond that. Then you have the huge number of west-east roadways that can take you literally anywhere in and beyond Toronto, with such roadways including Bloor Street, Lawrence Avenue, Wilson Avenue, Eglinton Avenue, St. Clair Avenue, Dundas Street, Queen Street, King Street, and Lake Shore Boulevard, as well as the Gardiner Expressway (which runs above Lake Shore Boulevard like an umbrella for the most part and makes downtown even more accessible). Even better, you have the Highway 401 running through the city, as well as Black Creek Drive, which turns into the Highway 400. Between all of these roadways and highways that run through Toronto, getting access to the cities beyond Toronto is actually incredibly easy.
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