Midtown is an eclectic mix of neighbourhoods, from the University of Toronto’s scholastic vibes through to cultural havens in Korea-town and designer boutiques in Yorkville. The tree-lined streets will have you stopping for a photo on almost every block. It spans several neighbourhoods, a bustling district north of Downtown featuring a melting pot of restaurants, bars, shops, and nightlife, especially along Yonge Street. True midtown would be St. Clair and Yonge to Eglinton and Yonge. It’s home to the majestic 18th-century Casa Loma and borders the prestigious Royal Ontario Museum. There’s a farmers’ market at Evergreen Brick Works, plus walking paths in Sherwood Park and along the Kay Gardner Beltline Trail. Transit is easily accessible and a quick ride into the cities core. Homes range from 100 year old semis and detached to condos and condo townhomes. Prices tend to be higher here because its more of a central part of the city.