Leslieville is a neighbourhood perfect for anyone and everyone. Filled with history, Leslieville has all of the benefits of a quiet and serene small neighbourhood, while being in downtown Toronto. We love the feel of this revitalized neighbourhood, which is why the Gluzberg team has a strong presence in Leslieville for years.
This historic east end neighbourhood started as a small village back in the 1850s. Today, Leslieville has a beating urban heart, but still retains its small community appeal within the big city. Charming old houses and shiny new condos within walking distance to a bevy of interesting shops, restaurants and businesses make this neighbourhood a thriving and vibrant place to live and work.
Urban meets village in this pedestrian-friendly ‘hood. Tree-lined residential streets, quaint renovated homes, green space, and a palpable sense of pride in the community. Families and artists make Leslieville home. It’s a foodie’s paradise, with authentic Indian and Pakistani dining on Gerrard in Little India, and a variety of funky cafes, upscale restos, and gourmet food shops along Queen. The area also boasts a ton of unique shops and businesses, and there’s nothing cookie-cutter about them. There’s a salon where you can bring your dog and enjoy a glass of wine, and many cool independent boutiques that sell everything from locally made art and fashion, to vintage wares, to Indian silk and Sari shops.
Since the 1980s, Leslieville has been undergoing a strong and steady revitalization. Today, many of the older houses from the 1800/1900s have been updated or thoughtfully renovated. Brick detached and semi-detached Victorians, modest cottages and bungalows, repurposed warehouse spaces and brand new condominium complexes provide a wide range of housing options for the singles, couples and families that call Leslieville home. This is a neighbourhood with a lot to offer residents, and with continuing gentrification, property values will continue to climb.
Average household income
Overall age of housing (pre-1980)
Top 3 languages
English, Cantonese, Mandarin
With nearby access to Lake Shore Boulevard, the Gardiner Expressway, and the Don Valley Parkway, residents can get in and out of the city with ease.
Leslieville also has great public transit options with bus or streetcar routes on Queen, Gerrard, Dundas, Carlaw, Jones, Greenwood, Coxwell and Eastern Avenue. Most buses link to the Bloor-Danforth subway line.
Gerrard to the north, Eastern Avenue to the south, Carlaw Avenue to the west, Coxwell Avenue to the east.
Our Gluzberg Property Management knows Leslieville is the hip area of Toronto, and we have identified many opportunities for property owners to expand their portfolios. Despite the fact that our primary focus is a premier property management, we are always watching for investment opportunities that suit our clients. We are your eyes and ears in the community, and if a property becomes available that aligns with your portfolio, we will contact you will all the necessary information.
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