About Little Portugal
Little Portugal is a dynamic urban neighbourhood in Toronto's downtown West End, spreading along Dundas Street West from Shaw Street to Rusholme Road. Here Old World traditions meet 21st-century styles: you'll find charming European bakeries, sophisticated art galleries, colourful boutiques, and exciting restaurants and nightspots. Many Portuguese immigrants settled between the 1950s and early 1970s in this area of Toronto and although the neighbourhood is changing in demographic and style a little more every year you can still walk the streets and hear people speaking Portuguese and you can still get rotisserie chicken in churrasqueiras, traditional Portuguese barbecue-grill restaurants. Today, the neighbourhood has become a great opportunity to those wanting to live in the west end of the city and buy something a little different. The lots are smaller but there are many townhomes that have been renovated or offer the opportunity to do so. There are victorian era detached homes as well. Tonnes of culture in this neighbourhood and there is no doubt it will only grow and increase in popularity over time.
Shirley Street Public School - Junior Elementary
Alexander Muir/Gladstone Avenue Public - Junior And Senior Elementary
St.Helen's Catholic School- Catholic Elementary School
Ossington/Old Orchard Junior Public School
The area is well-served by the TTC. There are the 505 and 506 streetcar lines along Dundas and College. There are north-south bus lines on Lansdowne, Dufferin, and Ossington.
Walk Score - 88 - Very Walkable
Transit Score - 97 - Riders Paradise
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