Historically Toronto’s “Film District,” the streets of this east end neighbourhood are populated by quaint shops, including a number of vintage furniture stores. Leslieville is a family friendly neighbourhood and was once hailed by the NY Times as the next Williamsburg. Its coffee shops, restaurants serve as background for numerous film and TV productions. Leslieville is a favourite of Torontonians and tourists alike for some of the hippest places to dine, drink, shop and live. An infusion of superb bistros has created a vibrant restaurant scene known as the place to go for brunch or imaginative cuisine. There is no shortage of culture here and you can even find the Gerrard Bazzarr in Little India located on the northeast corner of the neighbourhood.
This family friendly neighbourhood offers detached, semi detached and townhouses. Several industrial buildings in the immediate area, including north along Carlaw, have been re-developed into condominiums. There are also numerous loft developments happening in the area. "East Harbour" which is a 60 acre re-development project in the works completely re shape the area. This project is being billed as a "growth and transit hub that will unlock redevelopment of the entire area just north of the waterfront" For more information on this project visit www.eastharbour.ca
Streetcar and bus routes on Eastern Avenue, as well as Queen and Gerrard Street connect riders to the downtown core in minutes. There are Carlaw, Jones, Greenwood and Coxwell routes for riders wishing to get the Bloor-Danforth subway line to the north.
Walk Score 92 - Walkers Paradise
Transit Score 88- Excellent Transit
Bike Score 75 - Very Bikeable
Commute to Downtown Toronto
Car - 11mins
Bus - 28mins
Bike - 18mins
Walk - 58mins
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