At 75 St Nicholas Street, Nicholas Residences sits in a lovely quiet historic neighbourhood between Bay and Yonge, a block south of Bloor-Yorkville, famous for its world class haute couture shopping, lovely restaurants and celebrity residents. With everything within walking distance, residents of Nicholas Residences will never run out of things to enjoy.
Just down the street to the east is Mirvish’s Panasonic Theatre, while the Royal Ontario Museum, Gardiner Museum, Bata Shoe Museum and Royal Conservatory all lie just one block to the west. Directly to the north lies the Manulife Centre, home to the Canada’s largest Indigo Books, the Varsity Cinema and the 180 Panorama Restaurant. Other delightful eateries in the area include Adega, Bar Volo, Fire on the East Side, Bumpkins’ and Okonomi House.
Despite being in the centre of the city, Nicholas Residences is surrounded by green space, with the small, yet winsome, James Canning Gardens right next door. In addition to being easily accessible by car, Nicholas Residences is served by the 6 Bay St Bus and the Yonge-University-Spadina and Bloor-Danforth subway lines via Bloor-Yonge Station.