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Broadview, Dundas & Wellesley

Closest Subway Station

The Vibe

There remains a strong sense of pride for the struggles that this once transitional neighbourhood has seen, to become one of the top places to live in Toronto. The sense of community is so strong that this will be the catalyst to change and push forward to a better tomorrow. This is Regent Park and what makes this area of Toronto so amazing.

The Story

Regent Park real estate is a diamond in the rough. Regent Park was once known as the southside of Cabbagetown that included government housing. In the 1930s, it was considered one of the worst slums in Toronto. Some say that the lack of transportation in that area lead to crime-filled days and equally dangerous nights. A promising new chapter awaits Regent Park as a reconstruction project worth 1 billion dollars will be underway in the upcoming years. In 2005, the Daniels Corporation and Toronto Community Housing Corp began this project to reconstruct Regent Park into an urban model that encompasses housing from private to public spaces. The mission is to mix different income level families and blend together a community made up of many nationalities and ethnicities. Since renovations, there is a wonderful sense of community pride. The shift to a positive, well kept, multinational community on the rise can be felt in the neighbourhood.

The Convenience

Many low to mid-rise walk-up apartment buildings, commercial space, townhouses and row houses can be found in Regent Park. As the area is still in its transitional stage and reconstruction is underway, there is a limited amount of stores and services along Gerrard, River and Parliament Street with a few convenience stores located in the centre of Regent Park. The newly built Regent Park Community Centre has amenities such as a lap pool, leisure pool, therapy pool, a gym, a library, baseball diamond and meeting room. Outside you can enjoy the outdoor rink where skating and hockey games can be seen during the winter. Easily accessible from the Bloor Danforth subway, you can hop on a streetcar or take a bus. The QEW and Don Valley Expressway are located just minutes away, making this area very easy to travel to and from. In the summer, you can partake in summer camps on the 6 acres of land located in the central areas of Regent Park. In the summer, farmers markets are guaranteed to pop up on the weekends. Most of the farmer's markets produce locally grown products from private backyards and rooftops.

The Residents

Regent Park residents come from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds. According to census 2011, there are more than 6 different languages spoken here, making Regent Park real estate one of the most diverse neighbourhoods in Toronto.

The Best Part

A once-notorious neighbourhood that continues to evolve into one of Toronto’s top places to live!

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