Queen West Vogue/Courtesy of Carolyn Huang / @carolynhuang1 Mural by Uber5000 / Via vogue.com Vogue naming it the second coolest place IN THE WORLD is kinda reason enough for BuzzFeed Canada to plant itself among the "verifiable artery of indie patisseries, homegrown labels, and hidden-from-view galleries." Also, because hipsters make for fascinating neighbours. Leslieville New York Times / Via graphics8.nytimes.com By grounding its home on the east end, Leslieville could be statement-making for BuzzFeed, given the Toronto-west-ender superiority complex (ahem, see above). Plus, the F Word (with Daniel Radcliffe), was basically an ode to the east side which made us all want to move there. The Village Torontoist / Via torontoist.com If being a major cultural community hub wasn't enough, there are rainbow roads. Rainbow roads, people! The Annex Via torontolife.com Ah, the Annex. The history, the charm, the UofT students aka walking BuzzFeed targets. Plus, staffers could have meetings on the Victory patio. #You'reWelcome Kensington Market Butterfly Diary / Via butterflydiary.com Hands down the most unique 'hood in Toronto, Kensington Market is defiantly independent and progressive - ideals clearly close to BuzzFeed's heart. Not to mention the brilliant people watching would serve as the perfect cure for writer's block. What do you think - where should BuzzFeed Canada set up shop?!