A diverse urban neighbourhood
Grange Park is a neighbourhood in downtown Toronto, Ontario. It is bounded on the west by Spadina Avenue, on the north by College Street, on the east by University Avenue and on the south by Queen Street West. East-west, the main street of the neighbourhood is Dundas Street, a street of commercial buildings. North-south, the main streets are Beverly Street and McCaul Street.
It is within the 'Kensington-Chinatown' City of Toronto planning neighbourhood. The Grange Park has become synonymous with Toronto's Chinatown district.
The Chinatown shopping district, at Spadina Road and Dundas Street, is a treat of fruit and vegetable markets, fish markets, exotic crafts and herbal therapy stores.
The tiny Baldwin Village shopping district, on Baldwin Street between McCaul and Beverley Streets, is one of Toronto's prettiest places to shop. This street is filled with cozy little cafes and restaurants that will delight any palate.
Queen Street West has a recognizable arts flavor with many bookstores, galleries, fashion boutiques, and trendy restaurants along this route.
Grange Park is also home to a large number of artists. The Art Gallery of Ontario, Ontario Crafts Council, and Ontario College of Art, are all located in Grange Park.