Live In One Of Toronto’s Most
Coveted Neighbourhoods

Nestled in an exclusive neighbourhood that’s distinctly Forest Hill, 101 St. Clair is located at the corner of Avenue Road and St. Clair, within Toronto’s master-planned Imperial Village community. Overlooking the stunning Forest Hill escarpment, 101 St. Clair offers the convenience and connectivity of a desirable location that’s at the centre of Toronto’s most coveted communities: Forest Hill, Yorkville, Rosedale and Summerhill.

With the streetcar at your doorstep and subway station within easy walking distance, the area is a commuter’s dream. A few short blocks from the vibrant Yonge and St. Clair corridor, with a wide variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options, and a mere moments away form the renowned Bloor-Yorkville area, with its designer boutiques, art galleries and celebrated culture, 101 St. Clair is enhanced by the ambiance of sophistication, style, and privilege. Residents will enjoy living in close proximity to an exquisite enclave of specialty retailers, desirable restaurants and services, beautiful parks and trails, and the refined splendour of a community that enjoys the perfect balance of well-connected access and serene tranquility.

Enjoy High-End, Hassle-Free Living

Welcome to Imperial Village at Avenue Road and St. Clair, distinctly Forest Hill, a unique master-planned community that offers a connected lifestyle of unprecedented ease and access.

Surrounded by luxury residences, with a carefully preserved historical church façade and stunning courtyard with street-level retail, Imperial Village is a short walk to transit, close to several abundant parks and trails, and in close proximity to Toronto’s finest public schools, private schools and post-secondary institutions.

Imperial Village is proud to host the following retailers on-site:
• The Market by Longos
• Starbucks

Heritage, Culture & Convenience

Paying tribute to the timeless history of the iconic location, the former Deer Park United Church, which opened its doors in 1913, has been carefully restored and the interior transformed into an open courtyard with an exciting and welcoming piazza for the community.
As a designated heritage monument, the Church conversion has been thoughtfully designed to incorporate park benches, beautiful landscaping, and public art, creating an inviting and enjoyable outdoor space for residents, while enhancing the streetscape with vibrancy and activity.

Recipient of Heritage Toronto’s Award of Merit for outstanding conversion and craftsmanship