Central London Real Estate Listings and Information
Central London is framed by Oxford on the north, Adelaide on the east, the Thames River on the west and Dundas on the south.
Central London is home to a number of notable city landmarks in the area: the John Labatt Centre; now known as Budweiser Gardens, Covent Garden Market, the Central Library, the YMCA, Citi Plaza and the Convention Centre.
Central London encompasses Richmond Row which houses many fashion shops, boutiques and restaurants. This area also provides entertainment with the Grand Theatre, Victoria Park, the London Regional Art Gallery and Museum, City Hall, Centennial Hall, The Dominion Building and the Woodfield Historical District as well as many of the largest commercial high rises.