Always evolving, East Toronto is a great place to live with its eclectic mix of neighbourhoods. See why East Side Toronto is your next place to call home.
Welcome to East Side Toronto!
Cross over the Don Valley River and into the historic area of East Side Toronto! Parks along the waterfront, rapid East End real estate development, and easily accessible trails have made this a popular choice for all types of residents, especially young families. You’ll find a ton of charm in the historic Cabbagetown, fantastic food in Greektown, new condos rising up all around Corktown, and so much more.
Our Favourite Spots
St Lawrence Market
93 Front Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
Distillery District Art Galleries
55 Mill Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
980 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
696 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
Gio Rana’s Really Really Nice Restaurant
1220 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
106 Broadview Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada
1675 Lake Shore Boulevard East, Toronto, ON, Canada
Tommy Thompson Park
1 Leslie Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
Donald D. Summerville Olympic Pool
1867 Lake Shore Boulevard East, Toronto, ON, Canada
Ashbridges Bay Park
1561 Lake Shore Boulevard East, Toronto, ON, Canada
983 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
Rooster Coffee House
479 Broadview Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada
Dark Horse Espresso Bar
630 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
East Side Toronto Neighbourhoods
With a lakefront location, highly-rated schools, and a genuinely unique community, the Beaches neighbourhood feels like a world unto itself.
Cabbagetown, named after the cabbage that Irish immigrants grew in their yards here in the 1840s, holds onto its history while boasting great restaurants and charming attractions like Riverdale Farm.
This neighbourhood is a perfect representation of East Side Toronto’s future. You’ll find modern developments and rec centres, as well as easy access to the highway and waterfront.
No neighbourhood in Toronto’s East End does culture or food quite like the Danforth’s Greektown! Add in the convenient Bloor-Danforth subway line access and it’s easy to see why so many love it here.
East York is a fantastic option for Toronto’s first-time buyers. It’s more affordable than a lot of the city, plus it has easily accessible transit and new restaurants opening constantly.
A funky vibe and majorly creative population have Leslieville pinned as one of the East End’s coolest neighbourhoods. Take some time to explore Queen Street East and you’ll see all of its one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants.
Parks with picture-worthy views of the city, highly-rated schools, and a strong community feel make Riverdale one of the most sought-after East End neighbourhoods.
The St. Lawrence neighbourhood is home to some of the city’s most stunning architecture, like the St. Lawrence Market Complex and Gooderham Building. It’s just on the cusp of Downtown, but has the laidback feel of an East End community.
This quaint and village-like neighbourhood has seen many changes over last few years – and it’s not slowing down! Keep your eye out for new developments on Kingston Road and the surrounding area if you’re looking to call Upper Beaches home.