Lifestyle in Bay Street CorridorBay Street has many convenience type stores and restaurants where you can get all your household needs and grab a quick bite to eat. For more eclectic shopping you can walk out to the Downtown Yonge shopping district or if you prefer upscale the newly dressed up Bloor-Yorkville shopping district features international clothing and fashion stores, home furnishing stores, and a variety of both casual and upscale restaurants.
On those blustery winter days Bay Street Corridor residents can quickly duck inside to the Atrium on Bay, College Park Shopping Mall, Eaton’s Centre and the Manulife Centre. Many of these shopping destinations are connected by Toronto’s underground PATH retail concourse.
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