The commercial district of Queen Street East lies at the heart of The Beaches neighbourhood. It is characterized by a large number of independent speciality stores. The Beaches also offers parks such as Kew Gardens, a medium-sized park in the neighbourhood running from Queen Street to Lake Ontario, and includes a bandstand for concerts. Every July, the neighbourhood celebrates the Beaches International Jazz Festival, drawing thousands of tourists to the area. The one thing that has remained the same is it’s laid back small town feeling with a lively vibe. The side streets are mostly lined with semi-detached and large-scale Victorian, Edwardian and new-style houses. There are also low-rise apartment buildings and a few row-houses. Developers are chomping at the bit to bring their boutique loft and condo projects to this neighbourhood. This is one neighbourhood to keep on the radar when searching for your new home.
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