New Toronto


  • Bounded by New Toronto St south to the lake shore, Dwight ave west to 17th St/Samuel Smith Park Dr
  • Community that was formed in the late 1800’s as Toronto’s growth pushed west along the shores of Lake Ontario. In 1916, the opening of Canada’s first paved highway known as Lake Shore Road coupled with the supply demands of the first World War would begin a period of unprecedented growth for the community, bringing with it new schools, businesses and expanded public services
  • Style of homes is semis, detached with new construction housing bringing record sales to the neighbourhood for its proximity to Lakeshore
  • Selling features of this neighbourhood are the bicycle trail, convenient TTC and Go Transit service, affordable homes and quick access to downtown Toronto via Lake Shore Blvd.
  • Walk to parks, waterfront trails, library, transit along Islington and Lakeshore, cafes, shops, bars & restaurants including Cellar Door, Huevos Gourmet, Sushi, Fish & Chips etc