Bay Street Corridor

One of Toronto’s One of Toronto’s most densely populated communities.

Overview for Bay Street Corridor, Ontario

30,479 people live in Bay Street Corridor, where the median age is 33 and the average individual income is $95,459. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

30,479

Total Population

Medium

Population Density

33

Median Age

$95,459

Average Individual Income

Bay Street Corridor Real Estate

BAY STREET CORRIDOR REAL ESTATE


Bustling urban community filled with outstanding restaurants and beautiful high rise condominiums


Nestled in the vibrant core of Toronto, Bay Street Corridor stands out as one of the city's most densely populated communities. Just a stone's throw away from the Financial District, Discovery District, and Hospital District, it's a coveted haven for young professionals, business moguls, and urban enthusiasts. Adjacent to the University of Toronto, this lively neighborhood boasts an array of stunning luxury condominiums, tastefully renovated apartments, and quaint single-family townhomes hidden along the narrow city streets.

Distinguished by buildings erected or significantly refurbished in the past two decades, residents can relish the assurance of contemporary living spaces adorned with top-notch finishes. The majority of residential structures offer 24-hour concierge service and access to recreational amenities, ensuring an elevated quality of life.


UNIQUE FEATURES OF BAY STREET CORRIDOR

  • Vibrant and energetic atmosphere 
  • Prime location in the city's heart 
  • Chic new condominiums and apartments


IMMERSED IN LOCAL LIVING

Tailored to the lifestyle of Toronto's business elite, Bay Street Corridor radiates sophistication and refinement. Every street exudes modernity with clean lines and contemporary aesthetics, where residents seamlessly weave in and out of grocery runs and quick bites in the straightforward urban atmosphere. The neighborhood caters to professionals seeking an uncomplicated urban experience, with parks and green spaces providing a sanctuary from the city's hustle and bustle.


DINING, ENTERTAINMENT & SHOPPING

Bay Street Corridor boasts a top-tier dining scene with highly-rated restaurants and exceptional eateries at every corner. Kickstarting many residents' days, Dineen Coffee Company, a world-class café, offers the finest coffees, baked goods, and breakfast pastries.

Momofuku Toronto, housing Kojin and The Noodle Bar is a cherished high-end culinary destination featuring outstanding noodles, steamed buns, and rice cakes. Richmond Station, co-owned by Top Chef Canada winner Carl Heinrich, distinguishes itself with an exquisite New American-style menu, featuring dishes like scallop crudo and braised grass-fed beef.


THINGS TO EXPLORE

While predominantly a residential and business hub, Bay Street Corridor provides residents with various leisure activities. Established in 1860, Queen's Park offers a green retreat with old trees, stone paths, and statues—a fairytale-like setting to escape the urban buzz.

Hart House Theatre, among Canada's oldest live theaters, hosts high-quality theatrical performances, events, and showcases year-round. It's a doorstep experience for residents to immerse themselves in some of Toronto's finest shows.

 

Demographics and employment data for Bay Street Corridor, Ontario

30,479 people live in Bay Street Corridor, where the median age is 33 and the average individual income is $95,459. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

30,479

Total Population

Medium

Population Density

33

Median Age

Population by age group
(0-9 years)
(10-19 years)
(20-24 years)
(25-64 years)
(66-74 years)
(75+ years)
Education Level
High School Degree
1475 (5%)
Associate Degree
16425 (55%)
Bachelor Degree
7160 (24%)
Graduate Degree
4535 (15%)
Bay Street Corridor has 18,045 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by Statistics Canada.

18,045

Total Households

2

Average Household Size

$95,459

Average Individual Income

Households With Children
With Children: 1,305 (7%)
Without Children: 16,740 (93%)
Marital Status
Married
71%
Single
27%
Divorced
2%
Separated
0%
Here’s what the people living in Bay Street Corridor do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by Statistics Canada.
Blue vs White Collar workers
Blue Collar: 640 (4%)
White Collar: 17425 (96%)

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