About Yonge Lawrence Village BIA

About Yonge & Lawrence

Yonge Lawrence Village located in North Toronto, is an established, safe family community, conveniently located on the Toronto Transit subway line.  The Village is home to some of the best public and private schools in Toronto and features some of the citys finest restaurants, cafes, unique retail stores and services.  

With many neighbourhood parks and access to Toronto’s ravine trail system Yonge Lawrence Village is the perfect place in which to live, work and explore.

Getting Here:

Centrally located on Yonge Street in the heart of North Toronto, Yonge Lawrence Village is just a few short minutes south of highway 401, making it accessible to anyone from anywhere. Visit us soon and discover old-time shopping and modern day living right here, in our wonderful community.

From the North

Drive south on Yonge Street, go up the hill south of YorkMiils Rd. / Wilson Ave. and you’ve arrived at the north end of Yonge Lawrence Village BIA.

 

From the Northeast

Take Highway 404 South to Highway 401 West, then continue to Yonge Street (exit # 369). Drive south on Yonge Street, go up the hill south of YorkMiils Rd. / Wilson Ave. and you’ve arrived at the north end of Yonge Lawrence Village BIA.

From the Northwest

Take Highway 400 South to Highway 401 East, then continue to Yonge Street (exit # 369). Drive south on Yonge Street, go up the hill south of YorkMiils/Wilson Ave and you’ve arrived at the north end of The Yonge Lawrence Village.

From the East

Take Highway 401 West to Yonge Street (exit # 369). Drive south on Yonge Street, go up the hill south of YorkMiils/Wilson Ave and you’ve arrived at the north end of Yonge Lawrence Village.

From the South

Take Yonge Street North to Lawrence Avenue and you’ve arrived at the south end of Yonge Lawrence Village

From the West

Take Highway 401 East to Yonge Street (exit # 369). Drive south on Yonge Street, go up the hill south of YorkMills/Wilson Ave and you’ve arrived at the north end of Yonge Lawrence Village.

From the Southwest

Take the Queen Elizabeth Way East, then merge onto the Gardiner Expressway East and exit to Yonge Street. Drive north on Yonge Street to Lawrence Avenue and you’ve arrived at the south end of Yonge Lawrence Village

By Transit
Located directly on the Yonge subway line and serviced by Yonge Street buses running 24 hours, Yonge Lawrence Village is easy to get to by public transit. For up to date transit information, visit the Toronto Transit Commission website.

Subway

Take the Yonge subway ( line 1 ) to Lawrence station which is located at the south end of Yonge Lawrence Village. Exit the station and walk one block north on Yonge Street for shopping and services.

Bus

From the north or south, take the 97 Yonge bus to Yonge Boulevard (on the north end) and walk south, or Lawrence Avenue (on the south end) and walk north.


About The BIA

A BIA is an association of local business people and commercial property owners within a defined area who join together in partnership with their local municipality to develop a stronger business community. Self managed and self funded, BIAs enable a community with the means to raise funding to support the promotion and beautification of the neighbourhood business through improvements of streetscapes, staging festivals and special events. The BIA board of management is comprised of members from within the BIA who are elected to the board by the membership and includes at least one municipal ward councillor.

Your Voluntary Board

  • Bev Don

    Chair | Ardith One Canadian Pottery and Crafts

  • Maria Nenadovich

    Vice-Chair | Shoppers Drug Mart

  • Matthew Cole

    Treasurer - Property Owner

  • David Waugh

    Branch Manager | RBC Royal Bank

  • Clifford Waxman

    Property Owner

Your BIA Coordinator