About this community:
Located in the heart of Yorkville, just north of Bloor Street, Hazelton Place offers independent and assisted living. One or two bedroom apartment-style suites with kitchenette. Services include three meals a day, housekeeping, entertainment, recreational/fitness programs and group outings. 24-hour registered nursing staff, and emergency response system. 3 dining rooms, spacious lounges with fireplaces, library, gym, hair salon, therapeutic spa and gardens. Resident parking underground.
Year Founded: 2000
Ownership Type: profit
Languages Spoken: English
Care options available:
We all have a different vision of how to enjoy life day-to-day. Hazelton Place provides the variety of activities that many individuals seek, with the independence of personal choice. Our facility offers fine dining, a private dining room, spacious lounges with fireplaces, games room, garden patio, and hair salon, library with computer, therapeutic spa, and underground parking. A lifestyle as quiet or as active as you wish. With a premier location in the reinvigorated Yorkville area, there are many activities outside of Hazelton Place all within walking distance. A few steps to the east are the exclusive shops, restaurants and galleries of Hazelton Lanes. Browse at the bookstores, catch a matinee at the cinemas, or perhaps spend a leisurely afternoon viewing the galleries in the area, the more historical U of T buildings or the Royal Ontario Museum. For those who feel like being active, join our exercise or physiotherapy class, or visit our fully equipped gym. Attend a concert or listen to one of our guest speakers. Gather for a friendly game of bridge or billiards. For those who love to socialize, enjoy the company of new friends while sipping a cocktail in the bar.
|Designated dining area||Yes|
|Meals||Included (3x/day )|
|Daily tidy||Extra fee|
|Housekeeping||Included (1x/week )|
|Bathing assistance||Extra fee|
|Medication administration||Extra fee|
Ideal for residents of all ages with some limitations in physical/cognitive health, assisted living communities provide onsite help with personal care, mobility, medication management and support.
|Designated dining area||Yes|
|Cancer care||Extra fee|
|Huntington's Disease||Extra fee|
|Multiple Sclerosis||Extra fee|
|Stroke care||Extra fee|
|Meals||Included (3x/day )|
|Housekeeping||Included (1x/week )|
|Bathing assistance||Included (7x/week )|
|Incontinence care||Extra fee|
|Transfer assistance||Extra fee|
Residence Amenities & Services
Programs & Activities
Number of care staff:
|Registered Nurses||24 hrs/day|
|Registered Practical Nurses||24 hrs/day|
|Personal Support Workers||24 hrs/day|
|Massage Therapist||visiting 1x/month|
|Mobility Specialist||visiting 2x/month|
|Foot care specialist||visiting 1x/month|
|Type||Care Type||Ownership||Cost from||Size||Companion fee||Amenities||Contact|
|Independent Living||Rent||$4,595 - $4,725||415sq/ft||+$915|
|1-bedroom||Independent Living||Rent||$4,725 - $5,500||550sq/ft||+$915|
|1-bedroom||Independent Living||Rent||$5,975 - $6,960||691sq/ft||+$915|
|1-bedroom||Independent Living||Rent||$7,695 - $8,540||895sq/ft||+$915|
|2-bedroom||Independent Living||Rent||$8,995 - $9,150||800sq/ft||+$915|
Hazelton Place is situated in the heart of the Yorkville neighbourhood of downtown Toronto. Yorkville is one of the city’s most celebrated areas, offering unique designer boutiques, an array of fine restaurants and picturesque town homes lining historical streets. Hazelton Place is ideally located on Avenue Road, just north of Bloor Street, allowing our residents to walk to the exclusive fashion stores at Hazelton Lanes, pick up fresh organic groceries at Whole Foods Market, explore the bustling Bay & Bloor shopping neighbourhood or see the latest exhibits at the Royal Ontario Museum. Location is key and Hazelton Place is known for its proximity to Toronto’s downtown Hospitals, but also the various downtown Theatres, Galleries and Shopping Malls. Hospitlas in close proximity include Mount Sinai, Toronto General, Toronto Western, St Michael’s, Toronto Rehab. Shopping offerings include Hazelton Lanes, Whole Foods Market, Bay Bloor Radio, Manulife Centre, Pusateris. Restaurant to name a few are Sotto Sotto, NAO, Coco Lezzone, L’Unita, Sassafraz, Morton’s, Dimmi Trattoria, The Oxley. Our local Cafes are Seven Grams, Whole Hearth Café, Starbucks, Zaza Espresso, Nespresso Boutique. The local museums: Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario and many local art galleries.
|Hazelton Fine Arts Galleries|
|University of Toronto|
|Toronto Public Library Yorkville Branch|
|Mt Sinai Hospital|
|Women's College Hospital|
|Toronto General Hospital|
|Bay Subway Station|
|Royal Ontario Museum|
November 18, 2019: Time Magazine - Person of the Year Presentation
Hazelton Place Retirement Residence, 111 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario
Join us Monday, November 18 from 04:00 pm to - 05:00 pm
Bill Anderson, the "Flagman", examines notable figures from the past century, who are Persons of the Year, and have apperared on the cover of Time Magazine. Flags are used to associate with the characters and they tell us a great story. A brilliantly entertaining presentation!
Hazelton Place Retirement Residence is proud to congratulate our resident, Lou Hollander, on completing his bachelor’s degree with Majors in History and Political Science from the University of Toronto. He is believed to be the oldest University of Toronto graduate in 2019 at the age of 84. After a successful career in Business, Lou decided to go back to school and in 1995 he enrolled at the University of Toronto to pursue yet another degree.
Lou’s early career started with a factory cleaning job after which he moved on to research and then administration and the commercial side of the business. Lou received his first university degree in Chemical Engineering from McGill University in 1956. After working for a few years and saving money, he enrolled at Western University and successfully completed Master of Business Administration Degree in 1959. While initially being successful in the Chemical Engineering field, Lou’s interest was neither chemistry nor engineering, his whole life was in numbers, as he has always loved mathematics.
Lou’s decision to pursue a B.A. degree was largely influenced by the desire to step away from numbers, analysis and business. He was determined to gain a new perspective on the world. Nevertheless, his decision to combine courses in History and Political Science can, in fact, be called a strategic move. According to Lou, such combination gave him the ability to explore the world around us and materials on a much deeper and more advanced level.
During his studies, Lou travelled around the globe to explore continents and countries he was studying. Thus, he spent a month in China, three weeks in India, as well as visiting different places in Western Europe. While not related to his areas of study, subjects of interest for Lou also included courses in Astronomy, Sociology and Philosophy.
While Lou’s family may use him as a role model for his grandchildren, he does not believe himself to be one: “Some people believe that being older means being smarter, I do not agree with that at all. In fact, people get stuck because they think that being older, so they know everything. Actually by doing so, they are showing the opposite.”
Lou’s ability to get along with his classmates, who were the age of his grandchildren, comes from his easy-going personality and outstanding listening skills. He enjoys going out for lunch or grabbing a cup of tea with his fellow classmates and with his grandchildren: “I do a lot of listening and I never talk down to them. I think this is why I get along with them so well”.
The most rewarding moments of his recent University education for Lou have been going to school, walking down the street from Hazelton Place, being in the midst of the buildings, the architecture, lecture halls, and enjoying chats in the University cafeterias.
Lou is looking forward to continuing his studies in the upcoming years. He is currently most interested in courses offered by the English Department. Lou’s passion for lifelong learning is a reminder for everyone that there is always room for working on yourself and challenging your perspectives. Lou’s story is both exciting and inspirational to residents and staff at Hazelton Place Retirement Residence.
Spectacular retirement home in the heart of Yorkville, not far from the Royal Ontario Museum and a host of other Toronto attractions, including shopping, restaurants, bookstores, galleries, etc. Care ranges from independent to assisted living, with bathing assistance and dressing assistance included for those requiring this help; health services include catheter care and other more personal needs.
One of the most notable features of this residence is the spaciousness of the lounges and three dining rooms. Hazelton Place focuses on offering a variety of activities and attractions to bring residents together and facilitate a lifestyle that is as active (or as quiet) as you might want. The area is rife with history including U of T buildings, and it has been recently reinvigorated, with many new shops and outdoor cafes, etc.read full review
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