Another popular inner-city neighbourhood in Toronto, bordered by Dovercourt to the west, College to the north, Bathurst to the east, and Queen St to the south, whose residents range from young professionals and young families, to generational lineages who lived in the area for a period of time.

Anchoring the heart of the community is Trinity Bellwoods Park. A 37-acre park that comes complete with a small community centre, a children's playground, a soccer field, tennis courts, a bike path, an off-leash dog park called the “Dog Bowl”, and ample green space for picnics and other social gatherings.

The neighbourhood’s borders - being major city streets - possesses a commanding commercial atmosphere, therefore attracting heavy foot traffic that shares the sidewalks and streets with cyclists, and motorists on the road.

In 2014, Vogue ranked Queen St W (Niagara’s southern border), second place in the world’s top 15 most hippest neighbourhoods to live in. Also being home to the Eaton Centre, and the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD), this neighbourhood boasts a crowd of eclectic and dynamic visitors and residents alike, drawn to fashion and the vibe unique to the area.

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