Finch Subway Station

Inside Finch Subway
The Finch Subway station is on the Yonge-University Spadina Line of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). It opened March 1974 to the public. It is located at the corners of Yonge and Finch in North York. I grew up in North York and remained here for most of my life and in that time, things had changed dramatically since yester years. Although I grudgingly accepted the change at first due to the fact it was tampering with my childhood memories, I must admit every time I see the section from Sheppard to Finch on Yonge Street, I am awestruck with its beauty.

Thanks to the vision of our past Mayor, Mel Lastman, we saw first the Ford Centre for the Performing Arts , the North York Civic Centre (Mel Lastman Square) and of course the Sheppard Subway line which travels east from Don Mills Station to Sheppard / Yonge. The Finch subway is an extremely busy station as it is also a gateway to Brampton, York Region as well as a GO Station terminal. As the busiest station on the system as far as bus routes go, it serves over 95,000 people a day.
Yonge and Finch

The luxurious and corporate feel surround both the interior and exterior of the Finch station.On the lower level is the North American Building. The Xerox Tower is also near by.  Gorgeous condominiums loom the skyscape and plenty of karaoke night clubs and pubs along the Yonge strip. A 24 hour Shoppers Drug Mart in sight and what more could a girl ask for? A great place to work and live; accessible and professional.


North American Building