CDI College's Toronto campus is located at 2 Bloor Street East, in the heart of midtown Toronto. The campus sits on the intersection of Yonge and Bloor, on the tip of the historic Yorkville region. It is also minutes from the University of Toronto and other diverse neighbourhoods including the Annex, Koreatown and Dufferin Grove.
With the campus situated at the crossroads of Toronto's most prominent streets, students have much to see and do. There are numerous gardens to explore in the Yorkville region. The area is also home to several art galleries, such as Gallery One, the Drabinsky Gallery, Feheley Fine Arts and Maslack McLeod. The nearby U of T campus contains some of the most beautiful examples of Romanesque and Gothic architecture in Toronto. Also close by, the Bata Shoe Museum offers an always fascinating and educational approach to history.
Shopping fanatics will love that the campus sits on one of the most posh shopping streets in North America. Dubbed the "Fashion Mile," the area of Bloor between Yonge Street and Avenue Road is often compared to Fifth Avenue in New York, Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles and Chicago's Magnificent Mile. The area is home to several high-end exclusive designer retailers, jewelers and automotive showrooms. There are also several mid-priced shops and ample stops to grab a coffee or a bite to eat along the way. The Toronto campus is directly accessible by the Bloor-Yonge subway station.
CDI College in Ontario is also a WSIB-approved provider.
1600 - 2 Bloor Street East