Life In Trinity Bellwoods

Just west of downtown and surrounded by neighbourhoods like Kensington Market, Little Portugal, Little Italy, and West Queen West, Trinity Bellwoods is a trendy enclave centred around the park of the same name.

What it’s like to live in Trinity Bellwoods

This is a highly sought-after neighbourhood that caters to lifestyles of all kinds, thanks to its great location and diversity of amenities and events. Trinity Bellwoods Park serves as a welcome oasis in the middle of the city, giving the neighbourhood a unique, laid-back feel. The weekly farmers market is a favourite occurrence among locals and visitors. The community also hosts an annual pumpkin toss, and scheduled movie nights during the summer months. 

For those who enjoy shopping, Trinity Bellwoods is home to wonderful locally-owned businesses along Queen Street West. There are hundreds of boutiques, artisan stores, and countless amenities. Along College Street, you’ll find some of the city’s best cuisine, from Mediterranean and East Asian, to classic Canadian fare.

Feeding the creative soul of this community, Artscape Youngplace is a community hub home to several creative studios and non-profits. It’s not only a place of work, but an inviting neighbourhood hangout where all residents can enjoy the space–which is inside of a 100-year-old building.

With several bike lanes along the streets, this area is great for those who like to explore while cycling. You’ll also get a great feel for the neighbourhood walking down the bustling avenues. Residents can access both Bathurst and Ossington streetcars which connect to the Bloor-Danforth subway line. Lakeshore Boulevard and the Gardiner Expressway are each five minutes from Trinity Bellwoods.

Your neighbours in Trinity Bellwoods

Home to many young couples and single professionals, Trinity Bellwoods is a top choice for some of Toronto’s hippest residents. You’ll also see a number of young families who’ve made this idyllic neighbourhood their home.

Homes in Trinity Bellwoods

Most houses were built between 1880 and 1905, with typical Victorian architecture seen in Toronto’s core. Many of the homes either back on to the expansive park, or are close to it. There are also a few condos in converted loft buildings, adding to the unique character of this community.

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