At Auberge, you are surrounded by nature. Across the street, Sunnybrook Park is a 150-acre park, offering gardens within gardens, Nordic skiing and equestrian trails – a tranquil oasis to unwind and self-reflect.
The new Metrolinx Ontario Line is underway, meaning downtown Toronto will be closer than ever. From the nearby Ontario Science Centre stop, through the heart of the city, ending at Exhibition Place, this new route connects you to the core in under 30 mins.
The Eglinton Crosstown LRT
The Eglinton Crosstown LRT will stretch from Mount Dennis in Toronto’s west end, all the way to Kennedy Station in Scarborough – a 19km corridor. With 25 stations and stops, The Crosstown LRT will link to 54 bus routes, three subway stations and various GO Transit lines.**
Less than a 5-minute walk from Auberge is the Sunnybrook Park stop, an accessible, surface-level stop at Leslie and Eglinton. From here, passengers will be whisked across the city in dedicated right-of-way transit lanes.**
A Gift to The City
In 1928, Joseph and Alice Kilgour gifted their 150-acre property at Leslie and Eglinton to the City of Toronto. Today, Sunnybrook Park is home to the city’s bike trails, dog parks and sprawling fields.
A Park Alive with Energy
Across the street from Auberge, you can hike and ski at E.T. Seton Park. There is also an archery range, a disc golf course, three fire pits and a couple of ponds.