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    It depends where you will be working. Toronto traffic and commute times are terrible. I suggest you optimize for your daily commute. over 7 years ago

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    Toronto does have bad traffic, but it's also a big city made up of little neighborhoods - the danforth, the annex, Chinatown, yorkville, queen's quay, little india, little Italy... You could decide where to live based on what you like to eat, if you want to! Good luck w the move, and wherever you end up, I hope you get a chance to enjoy all the city has to offer! over 7 years ago

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    It really depends on what you like to do, where you work, your lifestyle. Personally I love the king west area. Iam a realtor and if you're looking to lease I can help. You can get in touch with me by visiting www.breehoney.com. over 7 years ago

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    I loved living in The Beach area off Queen Street East. My best friend lives right downtown. It depends what you want. over 7 years ago

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    I agree that it really depends on where you'll be working because you don't want to spend an hour or so commuting, although we do have a good subway system. I also love the King West area because you can walk downtown and it's so close to bars and restaurants. If you want to read more about what's going on in Toronto, check out my website, http://www.torontonicity.com over 7 years ago

    Answered by Lori Bosworth via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    The annex area, high park, Leslieville about 7 years ago

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    On the Yonge St subway line. Major intersections: Yonge & St Clair; Yonge & Davisville; Yonge & Eglinton. These are all Mid to up-town and are more residential areas with walking to all services and retail on Yonge St. about 7 years ago

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    Check out viewit.ca for apts for rent. You should be able to search based on above answers to see what is available in each area. Note: closer to subway = more $ about 7 years ago

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    Broadview and danforth. Tons of resturant about 7 years ago

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    I agree with dragonflyblue and R, it's best if you are on the subway line (Yonge-University or Bloor-Danforth). Adding the buses to the commute could make you crazy, specially in the winter. almost 7 years ago

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