Toronto's West End
The West End is a district of the City of that has seen a lot of gentrification over the last three decades and today, it is one of the hippest and hottest areas of the City of Toronto. The West End starts at Ossington Avenue and runs west until it hits the Humber River. It stretches from its southern border along Lake Ontario all the way up to St. Clair Avenue.
The West End is a lively part of Toronto that, like many of the other districts in Toronto, has seen a lot of immigration over the last century. This ethnic diversity has shaped the West End and it has become a very vibrant and unique part of Toronto. It is a district full of many great neighbourhoods that more and more people move to the West End every year. There are twenty-five distinct neighbourhoods in the West End including Little Italy, Little Portugal, Roncesvalles Village, West Queen West, Parkdale, The Junction, Bloor West Village and High Park. Each West End neighbourhood has its own distinct flare and each area is a delight to explore. Come and visit some of the quaint shops, colourful grocery shops, lively restaurants and beautiful homes that this area has to offer.