Harbord Village


The Harbord Village neighbourhood, also called the South Annex, consists of two parts: the University of Toronto St. George campus and Harbord Village, making it a very desirable area in the heart of the downtown.

According to the city of Toronto, the neighbourhood is called “University” for administrative purposes. However, “University” isn’t really on the radar for Torontonians and tourists: realtors, politicians and residents have been calling the area “Harbord village” and “South Annex” for a long time. The houses in the area range from tall Victorian and Edwardian style houses to townhouses. Moreover, with the walk score of 97 and transit score of 100, Harbord Village is 4th most walkable neighbourhood in Toronto.




Why do we love Harbord Village?

There are so many reasons to love Harbord Village!  U of T, Kensington Market, Chinatown, Royal Ontario Museum, some of the best schools in the city, as well as cafes, restaurants and patios that attract the most interesting and creative professionals from all over the world. 

Our perfect day in Harbord Village

To charge ourselves with positive vibes for the rest of the day, we always start our morning drifting through the Kensington Market. Do you like to start your morning with coffee? You can find best sorts of coffee here, from Jamaican to Ethiopian and beyond. Do you want to pair it to a fresh bun or croissant? No problem — do you want one that’s Icelandic or Ukrainian?  How about some churros or local artisan cheese? Kensington Market has all this and more. Then, we head to University of Toronto to meet awesome young professionals and students from the tech community (yes, our team stays on the verge of innovation and attends tech meetups!) to talk about the latest trends in tech industry and enjoy the beauty of the St. George Campus. For lunch, we will visit Cafe Reznikoff to enjoy a mouth-watering slushie and live music. Then, we will stroll to Harbord Village to meet some of our friends that live there and have fun while walking around. At the end of the day, our friendly crowd will get to Guu Sakabar to become real samurais and connect with Japanese culture for an hour. For a perfect finish, we will roll in the ROM for Friday Night Live: A cover charge of just $5 for access to the museum in a whole new light, with drinks and DJs in the galleries.  Talk about nightlife!   

One thing everyone looking to live in Harbord Village should know

Energy. Day or night, “energy” is the best word to describe the daily dynamics of this offbeat neighbourhood!


King Edward Junior and Senior Public School,

School Rank by Fraser Institute,

112 Lippincott St.,

(416) 393-1320


Lord Landsdowne Junior and Senior Public School,

School Rank by Fraser Institute,

33 Robert St.,

(416) 393-1350


Central Technical School,

School Rank by Fraser Institute,

725 Bathurst St.,

(416) 393-0060


Kensington Community School,

401 College St.,

(416) 393-1290



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