Three distinct neighbourhoods: Riverdale, Leslieville and The Beach. Each one offers a decidedly Queen Street East Ambience, but each retains it's own individual personality.
Home to a hip arts community, Riverdale is gallery and studio central. From the myriad art galleries that line Queen St. East, to the Studio District along the waterfront, this neighbourhood is a haven for unique design and creative expression.
From its roots as a historic blue collar Toronto community, Leslieville has evolved into a fun and fresh neighbourhood. Artsy, free-spirited and bursting with trendy cafes, one-of-a-kind shops and cappuccino bars. Cool boutiques, trend-setting restaurants, vintage furniture shops and unique art galleries dot the landscape. Whether you're looking for a trendy brunch or a stylish broach, you're sure to find it all in this exceptional neighbourhood.
Best known for its beachside trails, parks and quaint commercial area on Queen St. E., a visit to The Beach is like stepping back in time. Ice cream along the boardwalk; pizza on a patio; The Jazz festival — a charming urban lifestyle awaits in this classic community setting.