Exploring Queen Church’s Incredible Downtown Toronto Neighbourhood

June 24th, 2022

Escape from routine in a community that connects you to the best Toronto has to offer. From shopping at Nordstrom and Saks, to sampling gourmet food at St. Lawrence Market, to taking in a concert at Dundas Square or catching a film at the Cineplex, everything is right around the corner from Queen Church.

Rising at the northwest corner of Queen and Church, BAZIS and Tridel’s striking new Queen Church condominium is ideally situated right in the heart of Toronto’s most historic district. Just steps from the Yonge subway line, Queen Church offers a direct route to any destination in the city.

And Toronto has so much to offer. Enjoy upscale shopping at Brookfield Place, which is worth checking out just for the spectacular architecture of its 6-storey glass ceiling. Pull out your little black dress and go watch a ballet or an opera at the globally-acclaimed Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can do the Edge Walk on the CN Tower. Otherwise, just enjoy the fantastic views.

In bad weather, taking the covered walkway from the Eaton Centre over to the Saks in the Hudson’s Bay building makes shopping easier. The St. Lawrence Market is foodie central, chock full of fresh produce, gourmet cheese, divine cuts of meat, and seafood fresh from the sea. This emporium hosts weekend farmers’ markets for just-picked berries and farm eggs laid just minutes ago.

Over time, popular spots for music, food, and architecture in downtown Toronto have become embedded in the collective consciousness of the city – creating a unique urban destination where memories are made.

For a succulent Porterhouse, New York strip, bone-in or fillet steak dinner, Hy’s is the real deal – with traditional and modern takes on this favourite classic.

Two of the most famous buildings in Old Toronto are The Gooderham Building (left), built in 1891, which is an excellent example of the era’s Flat Iron style, and Massey Hall (right), built in 1894, which was recently renovated and is once again hosting live performances.

With so many first-class venues around Queen Church, entertainment abounds, and the pursuit of fun and pleasure is easily achieved every day.

Explore some of the area’s highlights on our amenities map:

If you’re interested in Queen Church condos, register now. For more info about Queen Church, please connect with BAZIS on social media (FacebookTwitter or Instagram) or email us at info@BAZIS.ca.