Niagara is bordered by Queen Street to the north, the Canadian National railway corridor to the south, Atlantic Street to the west and Bathurst Street to the east. Niagara was formerly a working-class neighborhood, with many employees of the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific railway companies residing in the area. Niagara was part of the ‘New Town’ extension of Toronto, which underwent construction beginning in 1834. It became home to working class and new immigrant housing, mostly from Italy and Portugal, for much of the 19th and 20th centuries. Today, the neighborhood is undergoing an explosion of condominium and row house development.
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