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The centre of Toronto’s west end: the vibrant section between Dundas and Queen. Cultural cachet, park vibes, shopping and eating. This street has become a global destination.
The Junction is a neighbourhood in Toronto that has retained it’s small town charm. It is near the West Toronto Diamond, a junction of four railway lines in the area. The main intersection of the area is Dundas Street West and Keele Street. The area of the Stockyards is the northwestern quadrant of the neighbourhood.
Toronto’s Little Poland, Roncesvalles Village is a popular place to raise a family and sports dozens of restaurants, cafes and the Revue Cinema. It is a neighbourhood centred on Roncesvalles Avenue, a north-south street leading from the intersection of King and Queen Streets to the south and to Dundas Street West to the north.
Parkdale is a neighbourhood west of downtown. It is bounded on the west by Roncesvalles Avenue and on the north by the CP Rail line where it crosses Queen Street and Dundas Street. This diverse community is home to Tibetan, North African and West Indian enclaves mixed in with some great bars, restaurants, vintage fashion, furniture and fabric stores.
The focal point of this inner-city neighbourhood is the very picturesque Trinity-Bellwoods Park, which spans the entire length of the neighbourhood. This park features a paved walking path that is highlighted by distinguished cast iron lamp poles and a lush greenery. It is bounded on the east by Bathurst Street, on the north by College Street, on the south by Queen Street West, and by Dovercourt Road on the west.
Liberty Village is a 43-acre master-planned community, combining residential,
commercial and retail uses.This neighbourhood is attracting young professionals in media, high-tech and design businesses who live and work in the urban core. It is bordered to the north by King Street West, to the west by Dufferin Street, to the south by the Gardiner Expressway, to the east by Strachan Avenue and to the northeast by the CP railway.
King Street West Village
Known as Toronto’s premiere entertainment district, King West is home to a cluster of advertising agencies, historic theaters, eclectic shops, swanky restaurants and clubs.
Set against a backdrop of historic buildings, Queen Street West has one of the trendiest shopping scenes in Toronto. Toronto’s Art and Design District boasts an extensive array of fashion retailers, vintage stores, craft and sewing supply outlets. The neighbourhood offers patios and bars and a variety of live music from internationally-renowned venues like the Cameron House, the Horseshoe and the Rex.
The Annex is a neighbourhood in Downtown Toronto. The traditional boundaries of the neighbourhood are north to Dupont Street, south to Bloor Street, west to Bathurst Street and east to Avenue Road. The City of Toronto recognizes a broader neighbourhood definition that includes the adjacent Seaton Village and Yorkville areas.
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The Distillery District is a national historic commercial and residential site and walking district located southeast of downtown Toronto. It contains numerous art galleries, cafés, restaurants and unique artistic shops housed within heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery.
East End – Leslieville
This family friendly neighbourhood was once hailed by the NY Times as the next Williamsburg (neighbourhood in Brooklyn,NYC). Its coffee shops, restaurants and indie shops serve as background for numerous film and TV productions. It is east of the Don River bounded by the Canadian National railway line and Gerrard Street to the north, Empire Avenue to the west, Eastern Avenue to south, and Coxwell Avenue to the east.
The Bay Street Corridor is a major corridor and one of Toronto’s most densely populated neighbourhoods. It has the advantage of being located within walking distance of the Financial District, the Discovery District, the Hospital District, Toronto City Hall, Ryerson University, the University of Toronto and downtown Yonge Street. The nearby Bloor-Yorkville and Yonge Street shopping district as well as many amenities along Bay Street add a lot of jump and vitality to this newly gentrified downtown neighbourhood.
Midtown Toronto is a central business district located in the north of Old Toronto, its borders are roughly defined by Bloor Street to the south and Lawrence Avenue to the north, Bayview Avenue to the east and Marlee Avenue/Oakwood Avenue/Ossington Avenue to the west. The central neighbourhood is Yonge–Eglinton. It has a unique blend of vintage and upscale retail stores as well as some of the best chocolate and pastry shops in the city.
Toronto has so many unique and wonderful neighbourhoods, it’s hard to list them all! If you’re looking for a specific neighbourhood or area of Toronto, be sure to browse our directory below or click here to view more listings.
|Cabbagetown||Labour of Love|
|Midtown, Downtown Core||Nutbar|
|Ossington Village, Bloorcourt||Glassbox Barbershop|
|Ossington Village, Bloorcourt||Grateful Head Collective Hair Salon|
|Parkdale||The Tempered Room Parisian Patisserie|
|Roncesvalles Village||Glassbox Barbershop|
|Trinity Bellwoods, Queen Street West||Locks and Mane|
|University of Toronto||WonderWorks|