South Kingsway - Toronto Life
To someone driving through it, the Kingsway looks understatedly affluent in a decorous olde English way. Residents are drawn by the beauty of the neighbourhood, with its calm streets lined with stately oak and maple trees. The lucky few have kitchen windows with an eternally protected view of the Humber River (roaring in spring and trickling in August). Many of the first residents were northern Ontario mining executives and Toronto businessmen who were personally acquainted with the developer, Robert Home Smith. Those original houses feature a design element rarely seen in modern developments: discreetly placed garages. Despite its usual quiet charm, the area explodes at Christmastime with some of the most flamboyant, competitive lighting displays seen anywhere in the city.
New plans for condo at Price Edward and Dundas. The Strand is a 7 1/2 storey planned building on a quiet corner. Kingsway residents take on plans for nearby condo
Kingsway demographics as complied by the City of Toronto
Kingsway BIA Business Improvement Association
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