Which Toronto Neighbourhood Should You Actually Live In?

Let us help you figure out where your next home should be

Maya Paz
Created By Maya Paz
On Mar 23, 2014

How do you take your coffee?

Pick a Toronto landmark

Which Drake song best describes you?

Your festival of choice is...

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What makes your weekend perfect?

Which do you hate the most?

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Leslieville

Leslieville

You're trendy and probably into art, yet not a fan of the downtown core. You live for brunch, fashion and vintage shopping, but secretly, you're just dying to live on De Grassi Street

Kensington Market

Kensington Market

You love being the center of attention, and so does your housing solution. Large crowds is where you stand out and excessive noise keeps you up. Kensington Market is where you can get those, plus all the weird shopping you can think of

The Annex

The Annex

You're either broke or just a student, yet you are most likely to be both. Reasonably priced food and booze? Just get a pen and sign a lease and live off Bloor with your three or four roommates

Queen West

Queen West

Everyone loves Queen West, with its friendly cafes, classy shops and trendy bars. You just happen to afford it, so congratulations

Church and Wellesley Village

Church and Wellesley Village

The Gay Village, home to the greatest, most amazing LGBTQ community on the planet. If you should live there, you probably already are

The Junction

The Junction

You're currently working on an album, preparing for your underground art show or writing a screenplay or a book of short stories. Either way, you don't have a real job, but that's fine. The coolest neighborhood in Toronto is still quite affordable