The old adage " Toronto is a great city , it will be nice when they are done" certainly applies to our neighbourhood.Nestled between Harbourfront and the Financial District is one of the most action packed places to live, and we love living here. Where else could you sit on your balcony and watch Jays fans, subdued from another loss, heading back to Union Station, while the ramped up fans of Britney Spears fill the air with screams and giggles on their way to her concert at the ACC. You can walk to Longos (one of the best grocery stores in the city) get some great food, walk half a block and pick up some fresh beer from the Steam Whistle brewery, then head home to have a quick meal and a few drinks before going to a Jays, Leafs, or Raptors game; the best part is you can leave the car at home and walk and be in your seat in 10 minutes! We have 11, Aria, The Real Sports Bar, Hoops, and St Louis Bar and Grill to name a few of the restaurants, and Hotel Le Germain, and the Radisson at the Rogers Centre for guest and family to stay at. Our neibourhood is a gateway to the rest of the city to the north and Harbourfront is just one block south. When all is said and done in this great neighbourhood there will be a few more luxury buildings to live in and a Ripleys Aquarium to add to the already action pack excitment of living on Bremner St in Toronto. We love being in the middle of all the action from sports, concerts, conventions, and a lot of the things that make Toronto a great place happen right here in our neibourhood.I have posted the tour online so you can play around with it just go to http://surroundings.hostoi.com/RoyalLePage. Enjoy the tour.
The McCauley neighbourhood in Edmonton Alberta has the old Victorian vintage charm mixed with modern day design. The area is as diverse in culture as it is in ethnicity. The LRT is central for easy access to the city or residents can simply enjoy the walking distance to parks, the river valley, the stadium and the annual summer fair grounds. The neighbourhood is only minutes away from schools, university's , new medical centres, the upgraded Royal Alexander Hospital and the popularly busy Kingway Garden Mall. Major renovations at the Commonwealth Stadium welcomes a state of the art Community Recreation center set to open early 2012. Of course for the football and concert fans, parking will never be an issue with the LRT so close to the stadium. If you are looking for a quiet neighbourhood, rich is diversity and culture from all "neighbourhoods of the world" then you will love your home in McCauley, an affordable, comfortable neighbourhood that is community spirit minded.