Long Branch

Overview

  • Bounded by the lake north to railway tracks, Kipling Ave west to the Etobicoke Creek
  • Primarily a residential district, composed mostly of single-family, detached homes. Along Lake Shore Blvd W, numerous business are located in a low-rise commercial strip with single-family homes extending south of here to the lakefront. In 1931, north–south street names were standardized by continuing the ordinal numbers of New Toronto’s streets, picking-up at Twenty-Third Street in the east through to Forty-Third Street in the west.
  • The neighbourhoods tree lined streets and lovely parks really sets the tone for this up-and-coming community
  • The community has a handful of upcoming condos and posh mansions along the waterfront
  • Long Branch was once considered Toronto’s cottage country and its easy going vibe can still be felt today, along with family-friendly atmosphere
  • Along Lakeshore Blvd. older businesses are shutting their doors to make way for hip, happening, restaurants, cafes and stores!
  • Long Branch is the perfect spot for commuter’s, with easy access to several major highways, a GO Transit train station, the TTC streetcar and bus routes.
  • Walk to transit on Kipling and Lakeshore with access to the Long Branch loop & GO, Humber College and Long Branch & Marie Curtis Parks with all the nature along the waterfront trails. Shops, cafes, bars and restaurants include Thrive Organic, Woody’s Organic Burgers, Starbucks, to name a few.