QUEEN WEST

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LISTINGS OF HOMES & CONDOS IN QUEEN WEST

Queen West Neighbourhood of Toronto

According to Vogue magazine, Toronto’s Queen West is the second coolest neighbourhood in the world. Set against a backdrop of historic buildings, Queen West has one of the trendiest shopping scenes in Toronto. The Art and Design District boasts an extensive array of menswear, vintage, shoe stores, and craft and sewing supply stores. It’s a goldmine for the fashion-hungry! At night the neighbourhood offers lively patios and bars and a variety of live music ranging from roots to rock at internationally renowned venues like the Cameron House, the Horseshoe and the Rex. Residents recharge with food from around the world at unique restaurants and cafes that are often open late.

AVERAGE CONDO

$691,600

AVERAGE HOUSE

$2,300,500

AVG DAYS ON MARKET

22

Housing and Accommodations

Once run down or completely abandoned, former warehouses in this neighbourhood are now some of the cooler loft spaces to live in the city. The transformation of West Queen West into an vibrant residential condo market has made this area one of the city’s most treasured masterpieces.

Chocolate Lofts in Queen West Toronto
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ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

ALPHA Alternative Junior School
St Mary Elementary School
Niagara Street Junior Public School
Ogden Junior Public School
Givins/Shaw Junior Public School
Alexander Muir/Gladstone Ave Junior/Senior Public School
Charles G Fraser Junior Public School

 

SENIOR SCHOOLS

Oasis Alternative Secondary School
Alexander Muir/Gladstone Ave Junior/Senior Public School

 

DEMOGRAPHICS

location icon with text 3 km approx area
13% 0-14 years, 13% 15-24 years, 62% 25-64 years, 12% 65+ years
$67,734 average income
65% post secondary, 17% high school
population 16,802 51% women and 49% men
49% Rent, 51% Own
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HISTORY

In the late 1800s, Queen West was the area around the Canadian Pacific Railway Hub on the outskirts of the Village of Parkdale, beyond Toronto’s city limits. The Drake Hotel, which opened in 1890 followed shortly thereafter by the Gladstone Hotel, are two of the oldest landmarks in this charming working class neighbourhood that have been dramatically restored and refurbished. Today both hotels are prominent pillars in the revitalized West Queen West neighbourhood.