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The Kingsway is an affluent residential neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is located in the former City of Etobicoke, an area that became the west end of Toronto upon amalgamation in 1998.
It is bounded by Bloor Street to the south, Dundas Street to the north, the Mimico Creek to the west and the Humber River to the east. While the area was first known as "Kingsway Park", popular usage drifted to "
The Kingsway", that being the name of the main road which winds through the heart of the area.
For planning purposes the neighbourhood is known officially by the City of Toronto as "Kingsway South" to differentiate it from a more recent extension of
The Kingsway north of Dundas Street. "Kingsway South" does not enjoy popular usage owing to confusion with the South Kingsway, a busy street located east of the Humber River and extending south from Bloor Street.
The neighbourhood is predominantly residential with a mixed-use (commercial and residential) area along Bloor and Dundas Streets.
The majority of the housing stock is single-family detached homes.
There are apartment and condominium buildings near the Old Mill subway station, as well as in mixed-use buildings along Bloor and Dundas Streets.
Two public school boards operate schools in
The Kingsway, the Toronto District School Board (TDSB), and the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB).
The TDSB operates one secondary school in the neighbourhood, Etobicoke Collegiate Institute.
The secondary school was established in the fall of 1928 and is the first and traditionally central school for Etobicoke.