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Baldwin Village is a commercial enclave in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is located in the west of downtown Toronto, within the Grange Park neighbourhood, one block north of Dundas Street West, between Beverley and McCaul Streets.
The former modestly sized homes on the street have been converted to restaurants and small shops selling arts, crafts and curios.
The street was laid out and named after William Warren Baldwin,who owned much of the area, in the early nineteenth century.
The neighbourhood developed in the early 20th century as the Jewish ghetto moved westward from its original location in
The Ward towards what became the Kensington Market Jewish community, and the strip became home to a number of Jewish stores and restaurants. As the Jewish community moved north from downtown, the area's proximity to Chinatown led it to be populated by Chinese-Canadians.
Sources: https://www.blogto.com/baldwinvillage/, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baldwin_Village