Toronto Neighbourhoods

West Toronto Neighbourhoods

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The Village of Parkdale was settled in 1812 when a great parcel of land was granted to James Brock, the cousin of Sir Isaac Brock. More

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High Park

High Park is a neighbourhood of natural beauty. The neighbourhood is named after the park itself, which is the largest and the most popular in Toronto. More

Central Toronto Neighbourhoods

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Few TO neighborhoods have undergone such change as Cabbagetown. The area now known as Cabbagetown bears only little resemblance to the old one. More

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Seaton Village

Seaton Village is bordered by Bloor Street to the south, the train tracks to the north, Christie Street to the west, and Bathurst Street to the east. More

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Corktown is the first community of its kind to be conceived in the heart of Toronto and one of its most historic neighbourhoods. More

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St. Lawrence Market

Known as the historical heart of Old York, St. Lawrence served as a vital industrial centre. In the late 1940’s industrial base began moving outside of the city More

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Distillery District

The Distillery District is a national Historic Site with rich history, east of downtown Toronto. More

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Davisville is a major commercial community in Toronto and an attractive area to live for many Torontonians. Although densely populated, it is famously green. More

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Lytton Park

You don’t know what you’re missing if you haven’t lived in Lytton Park – an upscale and classy neighbourhood of Toronto. More

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Lawrence Park

Are you after style, glamour, and comfort? Then Lawrence Park is the place for you, and it’s as good as it gets! More

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Nothing adds more prestige to this neighbourhood than its history. The great tribal huts were on the site of the present Allenby Public School. More

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Centred on one of the most iconic parks in the city, the Cedarvale neighbourhood provides access to a breathtaking park in the Cedarvale Ravine. More

East Toronto Neighbourhoods

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The Beaches

Located on the east side of the Old City of Toronto, The Beaches is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ontario (Canada) More

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Leslieville is a quiet east-end neighbourhood in Toronto and a part of the broader area of South Riverdale. It is considered the ‘Toronto’s Brooklyn’. More

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Today Riverdale attracts young affluent professionals looking for quaint Victorian homes close to downtown with colourful shopping districts! More

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Riverside, formerly known as the Queen Broadview Village, is a small multicultural and mixed income neighbourhood located within the larger South Riverdale. More

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Victorian Architecture of Cabbagetown and Toronto

The Cabbagetown neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada has one of the largest areas of continuous, preserved Victorian housing in all of North America … More

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