High Park, Roncesvalles & Parkdale
As one of the most dynamic and tight-knit places to live in Toronto, High Park was once part of Sunnyside Farm, which was owned by one of Toronto’s greatest architects. A large chunk of the land was donated which is what we know today as High Park. It is the largest park entirely within Toronto. During the summer, you can attend the annual Shakespearean play in the park’s amphitheatre called, “Dream in High Park”. The park also boasts a designated off-leash area for dogs and several paths where dogs are allowed to run free. It is also a diverse and lively community with new parents pushing strollers, joggers and seniors enjoying a nice walk in the park.
Just east of High Park is Roncesvalles, a neighbourhood predominantly residential, with a commercial strip the full length of Roncesvalles Avenue, composed with authentic Polish butchers, restaurants and bakeries to thrive among a growing spate of unique cafes. Parkdale is seeing increasing signs of gentrification, as Queen Street West’s sphere of influence extends further westward. “Hipster” cafés, lounges, restaurants, condominiums, shops, and art galleries are cropping up, as well as trendy hotels such as the Drake and the Gladstone. The neighbourhood is one of the most vibrant and diverse in the city and has some of the best loft conversions in Toronto.
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