Old Town

Old Town is bounded by Queen Street to the north, Front Street to the south, Church Street to the west and Parliament Street to the east. Along the main streets of Queen, King and Front there are many restaurants and shops. Landmarks in the neighborhood include George Brown College and the historic St. James Anglican Cathedral. Old Town is called as such because it is the original site of the Town of York – as laid out in 1793 – the first settlement of the modern-day City of Toronto. There is also a large concentration of early-19th century heritage buildings within this historic neighborhood.

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9 Scollard St. 

Toronto, ON,

M4W 2J1

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