see midtown in a new light
Living at CityLights, you are at the hub of a new renaissance that’s transforming Yonge & Eglinton into the city’s most exciting and connected community.
Ranked by Toronto Life Magazine as the city’s best neighbourhood, Yonge & Eglinton has it all. An outstanding Walk Score of 89 and an amazing Transit Score of 93 means everything you’ll want or need is literally steps away from your condo. A bustling economic home, Yonge & Eglinton is also ranked as the second largest employment centre in Toronto.
light up the night
Just a few blocks north of Yonge & Eglinton, Grazie Ristorante is a popular Italian restaurant. East on Eglinton is another local favourite, CopaCabana Brazilian Steakhouse. Offering upscale, innovative Continental cuisine to celebrities and locals alike for over twenty years, North 44 on Yonge is the flagship restaurant of internationally acclaimed Canadian chef Mark McEwan. For decadent sweets, desserts and ice creams, walk south on Yonge Street to Gelato Simply Italian. From casual bistros and cafes to elegant fine dining with topnotch service and ambience, Yonge & Eglinton has it all.
parks and shopping
As Toronto’s main north-south artery, Yonge Street has everything going for it. From Indigo, Roots and Starbucks to other iconic names like Sporting Life, Mercer and Prince, Bella and Carbon, you are just steps from an eclectic array of shopping choices. A 40,000 sq. ft. Loblaws is slated to open its doors on Eglinton, just two blocks east of Yonge, mere steps from CityLights. Greenspace in the area include Eglinton Park, one of Toronto’s largest athletic fields with four tennis courts, two baseball diamonds, soccer pitches, a splash pool, a kids’ playground and two artificial ice rinks. The North Toronto Memorial Community Centre offers indoor and outdoor pools, water slides, gymnasium, walking track and exercise rooms.
the new Yonge-Eglinton Centre
The Yonge Eglinton Centre currently has 75 shops and services that span from the Cineplex/SilverCity Theatre, Pickle Barrel and a Metro, to Indigo and Urban Outfitters. The proposed expansion will add a further 40,000 sq. ft. to midtown’s premiere destination to shop, dine, entertain and conduct business. With all this, the neighbourhood is certainly one of the coolest destinations in the city.