With beautiful parks, shops and dining spots, this 6-storey apartment building offers the best of the city life experience. Located at the edge of downtown Toronto and the metropolitan Danforth area, and sitting right on Broadview TTC station, Nahid on Broadview provides exceptional accessibility and makes car-free living possible and ideal. This lively neighbourhood is rich in culture and is the best place for those who like walking, shopping, taking part in art festivals and enjoying street cafes and restaurants.
Just outside your front door is the vibrant commercial street of Danforth Avenue, lined with must-visit indie boutiques and convenient shops and services. Chic baby gear, colourful Canadian-made housewares, men’s specialty grooming products, high-end lingerie, or a new bicycle – your local retail truly has it all.
Eco-minded residents will delight in this worker-owned natural grocery market being mere steps away from Nahid on Broadview. Shop for local, organic, non-GMO and sustainable food and products, or treat yourself to the deli counter’s all-vegetarian dishes.
THE BIG CARROT
This area is also called “Greektown”, and long-standing local restaurants like Messini and Mezes serve mouthwatering dishes to match. Every August, the Taste of the Danforth – Canada’s largest street festival – brings this delicious cuisine onto the streets, alongside live music, dance, and all-ages events.
More than an intersection: Yonge & Bloor, the unofficial dividing line between downtown and midtown, is one of Toronto’s busiest hubs. From the affluent Yorkville shopping district to the country’s largest public reference library, a myriad of bustling restaurants, shops, and services are all just blocks away from Broadview.
YONGE & BLOOR
Though it’s only 20 minutes east of downtown Toronto, this relaxed neighbourhood feels more like a vintage lakeside resort town. Enjoy this top summer destination, home to sandy beaches, bike and rollerblade paths, a 3-kilometre boardwalk, and Kew Gardens (home to many events including the Beaches International Jazz Festival).
Hop on the Broadview bus to visit Leslieville, once hailed by the New York Times as the “next Williamsburg”. Quirky restaurants and bars, vintage stores favoured by local set designers, and a family-friendly community all await you in this hip East End neighbourhood.
Harbourfront Centre provides internationally renowned programming in arts, culture, education, and recreation, presenting more than 4,000 events annually on its 10-acre site. This cornerstone cultural organization on the scenic waterfront of Toronto is a subway ride away.
Just a few minutes away from Nahid on Broadview, the historical Danforth Music Hall boasts a beautifully renovated interior and is now a major concert venue, hosting countless international and local acts.
DANFORTH MUSIC HALL
Come for the galleries and stage shows; stay for the one-of-a-kind restaurants and boutiques. This pedestrian-only collection of Victorian Industrial buildings draws crowds year-round with its theatres, dining, shopping, and popular outdoor markets.
Be one of this world-class institution’s one million annual visitors – the largest museum in Canada is just four subway stops or a 10-minute drive away from Nahid on Broadview. The ROM hosts extensive collections and special exhibitions of art, culture, and natural history.
ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM
The Eaton Centre is the city’s premier urban shopping centre and busiest tourist attraction. Easily accessible by all forms of transit and housing over 250 international retailers, restaurants, and services in its striking glass galleria, there’s something for every shopper.
TORONTO EATON CENTRE
Take in the CN Tower any time you wish – it’s in sight of Nahid on Broadview. But if you’d like to see it up close, one bus ride will take you directly to the world-famous Canadian landmark and its various attractions, including the rotating 360 restaurant, EdgeWalk attraction, and SkyPod observation deck.
Enjoy exceptional accessibility to the surrounding beauty and activity of the city of Toronto with ease. Nahid on Broadview is centrally-located and in close proximity to public transportation (including Broadview TTC Station and Danforth GO Station) and major highways (including the DVP, 401, and the Gardiner Expressway).
Wherever you need to go and however you want to get there, the trip is simple and convenient. And no doubt, you’ll look forward to coming home.