The Entertainment District in downtown Toronto, is a bustling neighbourhood best known for it's wide range of entertainment options and it's culinary strip. It's conveniently located south of Queen Street W., east of Spadina Ave, north of the Lakeshore Blvd. and the Gardiner Expressway, and west in part of both University Ave and Bay St. Easily accessible through streetcar and subway, the Entertainment district is best explored by foot, as most venues are a quick stroll away . This district is anything but quiet, and never boring! Not only is it one of the world's largest English speaking live theatre destinations, it is also the home to a select variety of cultural offerings that range from opera, to live concerts, to comedy and film festivals such as the TIFF. Not to mention the nightlife found through the presence of it's countless lounges, restaurants, bars and pubs. A national landmark also dwells here. The CN tower rises +500 meters high, silently watching over Toronto. It shares grounds with the Ripley's Aquarium, the Steam Whistle brewery and the Roger's Center, home of the Toronto Blue Jays. The district's King Street strip, gives it the finishing touch with a culinary corridor enjoyed by tourists, residents and foodies alike. Night clubs also had a redefining role in this area between the 1980s and the 1990s. With their presence they marked an important transition point into the Entertainment District we know today. The Entertainment District will surely honour it's name from sunrise to well after sunset, any day of the week. As a result, a successful crowd of professionals, well established families and entertainment lovers are drawn to live here. In the past few years, many new condominium developments have provided downtown residents with a distinguished address to call their own. They seek to indulge the "upgraded" quality of life, through recently built units filled with high end finishes and well crafted amenities, just a walk away from it all.