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NORTH YORK forms the central part of the northern half of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. As of the 2006 Census, it has a population of 624,610.

Efforts led by former Mayor of North York and Toronto Mel Lastman were made to intensify development in the North York Centre area along Yonge Street between Finch and Sheppard Avenues, coinciding with the path of the Toronto Transit Commission’s Yonge-University Spadina subway line.

Results are many new stores and high-rise office and condominium apartment buildings along this central North York corridor, particularly centred around the old North York City Hall. Directly beside the old City Hall is the Toronto Centre for the Arts. Thanks to a new subway line along Sheppard Avenue, more high-rise condominiums are being built along the Sheppard East corridor.

The central area of North York is resembling a smaller version of Toronto’s downtown. World-renowned corporations have built their own office towers along Yonge Street in central North York, including the Canadian head offices of Procter & Gamble, Nestlé, Cadbury Adams, Lindt, Equifax, and Xerox. McDonald’s of Canada is also located in North York, although not along this corridor. The section of Highway 401 which traverses North York is the busiest section of freeway in North America, exceeding 400,000 vehicles per day.

The Mel Lastman square is the centre piece of Toronto-North York’s downtown To the north and east are two large malls connected by an underground passage with subway access. The northern mall is connected to the North York Central Library, the largest full-service Toronto Public Library building in Toronto (second to Metro Reference in square footage). The library is a part of a much larger facility including a school board work station, swimming pool, snack bar, veterans centre and large hotel, the rooms of which look onto the inside of the mall. The more recently-built eastern mall, called Empress Walk is built around a large multi-story cathedral-like hall and contains an Empire Theatres movie theatre and a Loblaws supermarket.

Major shopping malls in North York include the Yorkdale Shopping Centre and Fairview Mall. A smaller location, but well-known by its upscale and luxurious retailer shops is the prestigious Bayview Mall, calling itself the best thing closest to Paris.

Major health-care facilities, such as North York General Hospital, Humber River Regional Hospital and the massive Sunnybrook Hospital complex which includes a veterans’ residence and regional trauma centre are located in North York.

Within North York we will represent you on carefully selected upscale condominium developments within the neighbourhoods of Bayview Village and Willowdale. Our clients from Iran will be happy to know that a significant part of the Iranian community settled here after immigrating to Canada and establishing their life in Toronto. On Yonge Street nearby one can dine in fine Iranian restaurants or pick-up Barbari, Bamiyeh & Zoolbiya, Doogh and Shish Kebab at one of the many. Persian bakeries, groceries stores and take-out-diners if a feeling of home sickness comes up.