Bayview Village, Toronto
Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Bayview Village is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is part of the federal Don Valley North riding and the provincial Willowdale electoral district, and Toronto electoral Wards 24: Willowdale (East) and 33: Don Valley North (East). In 2006, it had a population of 15,370.The area is bordered on the north by Finch Avenue East, on the west by Bayview Avenue, on the east by Leslie Street, and on the south by Highway 401, and also including the grounds of North York General Hospital, east of Leslie in the neighbourhood's southeast corner, according to the City of Toronto's definition. The Bayview Village Association regards the east boundary as the Don River (east branch) and the south boundary as Sheppard Avenue East, thereby excluding land between the Don River and Leslie, Sheppard and Highway 401.Put Bayview Village into our Toronto itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Beautiful stores ...enjoyed Indigo Great variety of books And magazines Pusateris is just wonderful ...huge selection of appealing foods from around the world. unfortunately it needs to be larger, wid... read more »
Nice mall to walk It is on the smaller siZe lots of walkers and window shoppers Seems very neighbourhood Few restaurants
This upscale mall is not for all budgets for sure. It's quite expensive but is very clean, not crowded & a nice atmosphere. I love spending some time there. If you can afford the upscale stores, go fo... read more »
Bayview Village is one of Canada’s most prestigious shopping centres. Catering to discerning, affluent customers seeking unique merchandise in an inviting, upscale environment, the 440,000 square foot Centre located at Bayview and Sheppard Avenues in Toronto, is home to over 110 one-of-a-kind and luxury retailers carrying the latest fashion designs and trends UpScale mall with many restaurants Free Parking Free WiFi Near Subway station
Very nice! But nothing too affordable. Great for walking around and high end cafés and shops
At least half the stores are expensive fashion shops that tend to last about 6 months before shutting down and being replaced by another shop trying to cater to the people with too much money. There are a few longer lasting stores that are worth visiting along with the main stores like Loblaws, Chapters, and the LCBO.
It's a nice place to shop but the employees here are just rude and crappy. Just because they work in a fancy store doesn't mean they're fancy too. I bet they can't afford any crap. This is just a mall for old people that has too much money. Honestly do you see teens shopping here? No, because they're overpriced and rude.
Fancy, upscale and clean. Not too many stores I would shop at though. The mall is geared towards the local demographics (Multi-million dollar homes if that's your forté). If going for a speed walk indoors, it's great! But I rather visit Yorkdale or Fairview which has something for everyone. Promenade mall is also much better.
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