This landmark area was one of the earliest settlements in Toronto, and not surprisingly, an industrial emporium. Today, old industrial buildings converted into trendy condos and lofts are all the rage and Corktown is now a builder’s paradise. Despite slow development over the past few decades, this neighbourhood has big plans. A spruced up waterfront to the south is breathing in new life and PanAmerican prep is underway to the north. With that, supporting infrastructure such as a new streetcar lines and merchants are in the works. Three cheers for Corktown.

Boundaries (N-E-S-W)

Queen St

Don River

Front St

Jarvis St

Property types

Victorian and Edwardian style homes constructed in the 1800s

Old and new semi-detached and row homes

Condos and lofts


Inglenook Community High School

St Paul Catholic School

Tara Audio Recording Academy

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