Entertainment District is Nestled squarely within the hum of the Financial District, the waterfront, Union Station, Spadina Ave and historic Queen Street West you’ll find the buzzing hub of the Toronto Entertainment District. Exactly as the name implies, there are theaters, restaurants, bars and galleries a plenty to be found in the District. Also home to all four of Toronto’s major sports arenas, the CN Tower and several Canadian TV stations, the Entertainment District is the spot for work and play.
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The Entertainment District is an area in Downtown Toronto which is concentrated around King Street West between University Avenue and Spadina Avenue. It is home to theaters and performing arts centers, Toronto’s four major-league sports teams, and an array of cultural and family attractions.
Toronto has emerged as the world’s third-largest center for English-language theater, behind only London and New York.
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With a number of hotel brands it is an urban neighborhood packed with an array of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. The area also has a vibrant business community located in modern office towers as well as transformed and preserved historic manufacturing warehouses, office lofts and artists’ studios.