One University Avenue is located at the gateway to Toronto’s Downtown. It provides a great exposure of Toronto’s busiest corners. Very near to hub for major public transportation that is Union station. The people living in this building enjoy close proximity to all major arteries to the city. Many of Torontos institutions are located along the eight-lane wide street such as Osgoode Hall and other legal institutions, the Four Seasons Centre, major hospitals conducting research and teaching etc. At its north end, the Ontario Legislative Building serves as a prominent land mark.
A boulevard, with several memorials, statues, gardens, and fountains lay in between the Queen Street West and College Street makes the people not to move their concentration away from the street. University Avenue begins at the intersection of Front and York streets near Union Station and heads northwest for a short distance before turning north. At Adelaide Street West, leaving space for a median of greenery and sculptures between the north and southbound lanes. The avnue end leads to northbound Queens Park Crescent East and Queens Park Crescent West southbound. At the center of these 2 roads lies Queen’s park. The university surrounds the legislature building.
The Yonge Street is the emotional heart of the city and Bay Street the financial hub, University Avenue is Torontos most ceremonial thoroughfare. The northernmost street is covered with series of Hospitals.
The following is the list of scholars from One University Ave who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences