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St Lawrence Market

The area has Toronto’s largest concentration of historic architecture including the Flatiron Building, St. Lawrence Hall, St. James Cathedral and the original 10 blocks of the Town of York.

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The Michener Institute of Education
222 Saint Patrick Street, Toronto
Oxford International / Toronto IELTS Test Centre
111 Peter Street #220, Toronto
Connect International School (CIS)
487 Adelaide Street West Suite 204, Toronto
Avola College Of Hairstyling And Esthetics
282 Dundas Street East, Toronto
St. Joseph's College School
74 Wellesley Street West, Toronto
Cornerstone Montessori Prep School
177 Beverley Street, Toronto
University Settlement
23 Grange Road, Toronto
Sears & Switzer
626 King Street West, Toronto
IAM YOGA - Yonge & Bloor
680 Yonge Street 2nd Floor, Toronto
Toronto Institute of Bartending
16 Trinity Street, Toronto
Jarvis Collegiate Institute
495 Jarvis Street, Toronto
Collège français
100 Carlton Street, Toronto
JINGBAO™ Mandarin Bilingual Children's Center - Toronto Downtown
96 Denison Avenue, Toronto
The YMCA Academy
15 Breadalbane Street, Toronto
Nelson Mandela Park Public School
440 Shuter Street, Toronto
U23 inc. (U23 Toronto)
192 Spadina Avenue, Toronto
Blue Butterfly Montessori School
300 Richmond Street West, Toronto
Afzal Academy
204-224 Parliament Street, Toronto
Church Street Junior Public School
83 Alexander Street, Toronto
Braemar College
229 College Street, Toronto

St Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market is one of the oldest yet most lively neighbourhoods in Toronto. Stunning architectural aesthetic is the backdrop for urban convenience and lifestyle, making the area a chic, novelty space for a mix of home buyers including professionals, retirees, artists and families.