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At Furnished Apartments Toronto, we want to introduce you to arguably the most important city in Canada. Toronto draws millions of people from around the world to Canada, making it a very culturally diverse city. This is shown heavily in the city's neighborhoods, which showcase just how diverse the city of Toronto is.

Downtown Yonge
Those looking for furnished apartments in Toronto are going to want to give Downtown Yonge a look. Yonge Street is considered to be the longest street in the world, full of restaurants, shops, and entertainment hotspots. At the heart is Yonge-Dundas Square, a popular place for community events, theatre presentations, and concerts. There are also plenty of bars and pubs for those looking to take a night out on the town.

Bloor-Yorkville
If you are looking for short term rentals Toronto, Yorkville is a neighborhood you might try. A popular place for upscale dinning and shopping, Yorkville is geared more towards those with higher incomes. This area is sometimes known as the "Mink Mile" for housing high-end designers such as Tiffany, Chanel, D&G, and Hermès. Yorkville also has some of the most expensive and lavish condominium buildings in the city.

Harbourfront
Situated along Lake Ontario, in this neighborhood you'll find a mix of residential, recreational, cultural, and commercial opportunities. This is also a popular neighborhood for boating, art, and shopping, which in turn makes it one of the city's most popular destinations for tourists. There's been development here in recent years, not the least of which is the Toronto Harbourfront Centre, which has become the heart of the revitalized waterfront area. Harbourfront is one area to consider for those seeking furnished apartments in Toronto.

Financial District
The Financial District is the center of business in Toronto. Banks, corporate headquarters, and law firms are just some of the places you find in this neighborhood. Perhaps its most striking feature, however, is Toronto's PATH underground walkway. It's a virtual city featuring hundreds of shops, cafés, and restaurants. The PATH walkway runs for over 16 miles and connects to 48 buildings and subway stations.

Queen Street West
Anyone looking for short term rentals in Toronto might want to give Queen West a try. An extremely popular neighborhood for fashion shopping, Queen West also offers a lively night life and plenty of live musical performances. The neighborhood is also rich in culture, making for a unique blend of commerce and culture. As a result of years of influx by the creative community which was triggered by rising rents in other areas of town, Queens West has ended up with the largest concentration of art galleries in the Toronto, and is now considered to be the city's art and design district.

The Annex
Home of the University of Toronto, The Annex is a neighborhood with a young, preppy vibe to it. This makes for a lively night scene, with restaurants, bars, and patios drawing in people from all over the city. There are also art galleries, theatres, and coffee shops to entertain the younger crowd. In addition, you will find plenty of bookstores and discount stores in the neighborhood.

Theatre District
This part of downtown Toronto (also called the "Entertainment District") is packed with trendy restaurants and one of the city's liveliest nightlife scenes. It's centered around King Street West, where you can walk down the sidewalk area known as Canada's Walk of Fame, which contains the names of many of Canada's most famous icons. The Theatre District is also the new home of the Toronto International Film Festival, The Bell Lightbox, and it's here in this area you'll also find the CN Tower and Rogers Centre.

North York
Another place you might want to look for a short term rental in Toronto is North York. In North York, you will find a huge contrast in terms of financial standings. The neighborhood is home to some of the richest areas in the entire city, but also home to some of the poorest. It is also one of the most multicultural neighborhoods in the city. It is one of the municipalities amalgamated into Toronto in 1998.

Yonge & Eglinton
Also considered to be part of North York, this area can almost be viewed as a "city within a city." It is home to many shopping areas, commercial buildings, and residential buildings. There are also a number of fine dining establishments for people who are looking to dine out. The neighborhood's popularity among young professionals has earned it the nickname "Young & Eligible."

Richmond Hill
Those looking for a Toronto furnished apartment might want to give Richmond Hill a try. Another highly multicultural area, Richmond Hill is also home to many large employers, including Compaq Canada., Epson Canada, and Levi Strauss. In addition, Richmond Hill is home to the David Dunlap Observatory telescope, the largest telescope in Canada. The neighborhood has seen a lot of development in recent years, as well as a large increase in population. It was the fastest-growing community in all of Canada during the 1990's.

Etobicoke
Another neighborhood those looking for Toronto short term rentals can check out is Etobicoke. Of all the neighborhoods in Toronto, Etobicoke has the lowest population density. There are several major freeways in the neighborhood, making it popular among drivers. There are also a number of public parks for people looking to spend a day with the family. On the other hand, there are a number of areas in Etobicoke that have been neglected, with development in the areas having come to a complete halt. Etobicoke, too, is one of the municipalities amalgamated into Toronto in 1998.

Scarborough
Scarborough is one of the most popular places in Toronto for new immigrants entering Canada, which has resulted in a neighborhood with highly diverse cultures, religions, and traditions. This diversity has earned it several nicknames, such as "Scarberia" and "Scarlem," which are plays on Siberia and Harlem. It is one of the amalgamated into the city in 1998. It has been declared the greenest part of the entire city.

Old Town Toronto
Old Town Toronto is home to some of the most historic areas in the city of Toronto, including the pedestrian-only Distillery District. Old Town's arts and culture scene is flourishing, making it a popular destination for both younger and older visitors. It is also a popular area for people looking to catch a glimpse into Toronto's past, with echoes of the city's beginnings still present throughout the neighborhood.

Mississauga
Mississauga ranks as Canada's sixth largest city. It's a very diverse and progressive municipality, known for its culturally rich and diverse communities. It's been recognized as Canada's "safest city" for the last ten years running, and it offers many housing choices, great schools, and two top notch healthcare centers, along more than 450 parks and trails. It's one of the most popular suburban areas for family living in Toronto, and for good reason.

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