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Rosedale

Rosedale has been one of Toronto’s most fashionable addresses since the late 19th Century. Though just a short [more]
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Summerhill

Situated along Yonge St., with Yorkville on its southern boundary and the Yonge/St. Clair neighbourhood to the [more]
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Moore Park

Moore Park is named for John Thomas Moore, an early resident of the area, who subdivided the land in the late [more]
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Forest Hill

One of Toronto’s most exclusive neighbourhoods, Forest Hill was named after the summer home of John Wickson, b [more]
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Lawrence Park

Although the land for this upscale North Toronto neighbourhood was assembled in 1907, it wasn’t until the 1950 [more]
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The Bridle Path

In 1929, a developer named Hubert Daniel Bull Page constructed the first house in the neighbourhood, at 2 The [more]
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Cabbagetown

The history of this downtown neighbourhood can be traced back to the 1840s, when Irish immigrants, fleeing the [more]
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The Annex

First developed in the last decades of the 19th Century, The Annex became home to such local business titans a [more]
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Yorkville

Yorkville was incorporated as a village in 1853. You can still see the Village coat of arms displayed above th [more]
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North Toronto

Bounded roughly by Eglinton Avenue, Avenue Road, Blythwood Road, and Bayview Avenue, this area was primarily a [more]
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Chaplin Estates

The history of this pretty, midtown neighbourhood dates back to 1913, when William John Chaplin and his son, J [more]
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Teddington Park

This small, exclusive neighbourhood was developed between 1910 and 1935. With Yonge Street as its western boun [more]
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Hogg’s Hollow

This exclusive small enclave is nestled in the treed valley on the banks of the Don River, off the east side o [more]
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Leaside

Created around the time of World War I, Leaside was the first town in Ontario to be completely planned on pape [more]
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Riverdale

This popular and diverse, family neighbourhood lies just east of the Don Valley, and includes Toronto’s vibran [more]
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The Beach

As the name of this east-end neighbourhood implies, it is set along the shore of Lake Ontario. It was first se [more]
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The Kingsway

This fine Etobicoke neighbourhood has been home to wealthy Torontonians since the 1920s, and still retains the [more]
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Bloor West Village

Bloor West Village became part of the City of Toronto in 1909. Its first residents were families of Eastern Eu [more]
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High Park

This west-end neighbourhood is named for the almost 400-acre park that is situated to the south and west of th [more]
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Roncesvalles Village

Roncesvalles Village, also known as Roncy, is a vibrant, family neighbourhood centred on Roncesvalles Avenue, [more]
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