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The Woodbine Corridor is south of Milverton Boulevard, west of Woodbine Avenue, north of Kingston Road and Queen Street East, and east of Coxwell Avenue.
This neighbourhood was originally known as Norway, named after the Norway pines that populated the area. At the intersection of Kingston Road and Woodbine Avenue, there was a tollgate on the road from Toronto to Kingston. Thanks to that tollgate, a small town sprang up. The City of Toronto annexed Norway in 1909. Today, there are still places in the community that bear the old name.
Today, the Woodbine Corridor is home to families and commuters who want tree-lined streets and green space with proximity to Toronto’s downtown as well as the Beaches neighbourhood. Nearby parks (such as Fairmount and East Lynn) are great for kids. And if you’re looking for a buzzing nightlife scene, there’s plenty to do in the Beaches. There’s easy access to public transit, and if you’ve got a car, you can hop onto Lake Shore Boulevard East, the Gardiner Expressway, and the Don Valley Expressway.
Another selling point is the ethnic diversity of the Woodbine Corridor. You’ll hear Greek, Hungarian, Czech, Japanese, and Aboriginal languages. The Woodbine Corridor is close to Little India and the Greek shops and restaurants of the Danforth.
This area of Toronto real estate has become popular because it allows residents to feel like they live in a small town with the amenities of a big city. If you’re interested in purchasing a condo in the Woodbine Corridor, contact a realtor from the Propertia. Our site is updated more frequently than MLS Toronto, so you can find the right condo faster!