Find a Residence in Toronto
Toronto is Canada's largest city and home to a diverse population. It is the financial centre of the country. Beyond the downtown core, Toronto is home to suburban residential neighbourhoods and city centres. It is known for its beautiful landscapes and iconic symbols, including the magnificent CN Tower and beautiful lake Ontario. This multicultural city has some of the finest restaurants that offer wide culinary choices.
Greater Toronto Area retirement homes offer you several options. Whether you want to live in a big city or small town, it offers convenience, coupled with the care and security of a retirement residence you need. Whether you already live in the city or are planning to move to it, Toronto is a great place to retire. With manicured walking paths, bike lanes, and easily accessible public transportation, you will find our retirement homes are not only accessible but located in the heart of it all.
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54 Foxbar Rd
Bradgate Arms retirement home is located in the heart of Toronto’s Rosedale neighbourhood. Blending the charm of a boutique hotel with modern luxuries and sophisticated suites, Bradgate Arms is a retirement residence in a calibre of its own.
645 Castlefield Ave
Forest Hill Place retirement home has the largest private lush garden space from midtown to downtown Toronto. Here you can live independently in our seniors’ apartments, enjoy a traditional Jewish lifestyle, and experience a continuum of care should your needs change.
305 Balliol St
Boutique-style elegance and luxury awaits at The Claremont retirement home, in the heart of one of Toronto’s most admired neighbourhoods. We’re warm and welcoming, with so many city resources close by, so you can connect with our community of active seniors.
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Every day, the culinary teams at our retirement homes prepare delicious, well-balanced meals, made fresh to resident preferences.
Care for Every Need
Our range of senior living options and support systems.
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