Apartments to rent in Toronto

Apartment Rentals in Toronto: Experience Life in Canada's Largest City

There's no doubt about it-living in Toronto is an incredible experience. Did you know that Toronto has over 1600 named parks, 70 annual film festivals, and boasts 9,520 streets (the longest being Lawrence Avenue East and the renowned Yonge Street)?

There's no better way to experience the Torontonian lifestyle than by finding a fantastic apartment rental. Toronto is an exciting place to live, and H & R Communities offers the perfect experience for city dwellers who want to be close to it all. We know that there's a knack to finding appropriate apartment rentals; Toronto budgets and lifestyles are as varied as its residents-but we're up to the task!

Diversity and Livability in Neighbouring Communities

It's great to know that the 5th largest city in North America is still the 4th most livable city in the world-and for good reason. We experience an average of 301 days of measurable sunshine a year, our business community ranks as the 2nd most competitive in the world, and our residents are still some of the friendliest people in North America!

Toronto boasts 140 diverse neighbourhoods, from West Humber - Clairville in the west to Rouge in the eastern part of the city. Over the years, H & R has come to know each community closely, allowing us to better serve your real estate and property needs.

Top Reasons to Live in Toronto

There are many reasons to choose Toronto living-probably too many to list! Here are some of the most compelling reasons to find an apartment rental in Toronto:
Enjoy a big-city feel without the high crime rates of a New York or Los Angeles
-Travel on a convenient, wide-ranging transit system
-Thrive in the local art scene and other expressive pursuits
-Work in one of the world's most economically powerful cities
-Take advantage of Toronto's prestigious educational opportunities

For exciting options in Toronto apartment living, speak to a helpful H & R Property Management representative today!

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