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The Kingsway Neighbourhood

The original parkland that was planned for area residents to revel in 100 years ago still graces The Kingsway neighbourhoods. In part, this is because it follows the Humber River. Designated as a Canadian Heritage River, the Humber is protected and conserved for everyone to enjoy in its natural state, creating an immense greenbelt along its banks. You can walk, run or cycle for hours passing through some of the most picturesque scenery in the GTA.

Exceptional parks along the Humber River:

James Gardens

Scarlett Mills Park

Lambton Woods

Magwood Park

Home Smith Park

King’s Mill Park

TASTE THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

In The Kingsway, your only dilemma is how to find enough time to see and do everything the area has to offer. It is one of the city’s top destinations for food and drinks, with more than 30 pubs and restaurants – From steakhouses, to Japanese cafés, to Italian cuisine and gourmet burgers, locavore bistros and classic diners, your choices abound on this stretch of Bloor Street

Anatolia- Completely authentic Turkish cuisine

Henry VIII Ale House- Comfortable pub with a brunch & pub food

The Crooked Cue- A billiards hall with an upscale ambiance & pub fare

Casa Barcelona- The flavours of Spain without the expensive airfare

Harry’s Steak House- The west end’s take on upscale steak dinners

Azarias- Eclectic cuisine and an elegant wine list

GETTING AROUND

HIGHWAYS

To connect to major Highways, simply drive to Islington and travel south to the Gardiner Expressway. Or drive west on Dundas Street West and you’ll arrive at Highway 427, which will quickly take you to Highway 401 and all points west, north, and east

WALKABLE CONVENIENCE

Humbertown Shopping Centre is right outside your door, providing effortless convenience for your quick errands and shopping needs.

FOR DRIVERS, CYCLISTS AND TTC RIDERS,
EDENBRIDGE IS VERY EASY TO TRAVEL TO AND FROM.

SUBWAY

Right outside your door on Royal York Road, there’s a TTC stop where you can catch a bus that will quickly take you south to Royal York subway station. You can get on the subway there or transfer onto the southbound bus that travels to the waterfront. The Dundas Street West. number 30 bus is an alternate route, just south of Edenbridge.

SUBWAY

Right outside your door on Royal York Road, there’s a TTC stop where you can catch a bus that will quickly take you south to Royal York subway station. You can get on the subway there or transfer onto the southbound bus that travels to the waterfront. The Dundas Street West. number 30 bus is an alternate route, just south of Edenbridge.

AIRPORT

There are two different ways to easily get to Pearson Airport by public transportation. Take the subway to Kipling and board the 900 Airport Express bus. Or take the subway to Dundas West station and walk five minutes to the UP Express Bloor station.

AIRPORT

There are two different ways to easily get to Pearson Airport by public transportation. Take the subway to Kipling and board the 900 Airport Express bus. Or take the subway to Dundas West station and walk five minutes to the UP Express Bloor station.

CYCLING

If you’re a cyclist, you’ll love how Edenbridge gives you immediate access to an immense cycling network. You’re literally surrounded on all four sides by streets with bike lanes that enable you to experience safer cycling: Royal York Road, Ashley Road, The Kingsway, and Lambeth Road. As well, the Humber River Recreational Trail is a perfect route for cycling along through natural riverside environments

CYCLING

If you’re a cyclist, you’ll love how Edenbridge gives you immediate access to an immense cycling network. You’re literally surrounded on all four sides by streets with bike lanes that enable you to experience safer cycling: Royal York Road, Ashley Road, The Kingsway, and Lambeth Road. As well, the Humber River Recreational Trail is a perfect route for cycling along through natural riverside environments

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