Welcome to premium senior living at Amica On The Avenue. At this boutique retirement home in a desirable mid-town Toronto neighbourhood, residents enjoy their independence with support as needed, easy access to world-class city services and amenities, and stunning views of the Toronto skyline from the penthouse lounge.
What type of care is available at Amica On The Avenue? We combine excellent hospitality, activities and amenities with flexible professional care services. Our nursing and wellness team is available 24/7, and care can be delivered in any suite in the residence. You can choose the option that best fits your needs.
For seniors with Alzheimer’s or another type of dementia, you will have personalized support to meet your unique needs, even as those needs change. Our team looks forward to helping you find the right fit within Amica’s range of care options, including a dedicated Memory Care program.
What’s unique at Amica On The Avenue
Perfectly located on a quiet, tree-lined street bordering the Forest Hill neighbourhood, our thoughtfully designed seven-storey residence is an urban oasis with just 65 suites. Each private suite features a unique layout with floor plans up to 1,340 square feet. The striking architecture includes the façade of the St. James-Bond Church, the original building on the site (rumoured to have inspired the author Ian Fleming himself). On our private patio, you can visit with friends and neighbours or relax with a cup of coffee. We are also pleased to offer a town car service to our residents.
Exploring the neighbourhood
Amica On The Avenue is just steps from the upscale shops, boutiques and eateries of Forest Hill Village, as well as banking and pharmacy services. Stroll through the beautiful residential neighbourhoods on quiet side streets. Nearby green spaces include Eglinton Park and Cedarvale Park, while attractions like Casa Loma and Evergreen Brick Works are just a short drive away. Top-quality medical care is available at the city’s hospitals and health care facilities. Many of our residents join us from local neighbourhoods including Forest Hill, Bayview Village and York Mills, as well as Winnipeg and Montreal.
Things to do around Amica On The Avenue
Come aboard our new shuttle for scheduled outings in and around the GTA. Scenic drives include historical tours of The Kingsway and Port Credit, fall colours in Rouge Park and the Don Valley, viewing seasonal décor in Forest Hill and the Bridle Path, and of course the Lake Ontario shore. Enjoy a bite to eat at Olde Yorke Fish and Chips, the Gardiner Cafe or Snug Harbour. See the beautifully tended gardens at Toronto Botanical Garden or High Park. Catch the latest exhibit at venues like the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, the Toronto Reference Library, the Bata Shoe Museum, Little Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum.