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Parkdale’s eclectic mix of real estate options ranges from grand Victorian mansions to high-rise low rent apartment buildings.
This plethora of housing options has resulted in Parkdale having one of the most diverse demographics of any Toronto neighbourhood.
This community Watch recently received an award as the best neighbourhood watch group.
This award was presented by the International Society of Crime Prevention.
Parkdale was founded as an independent settlement within York County in the 1850s.
It was incorporated as a village in 1879 and amalgamated with Toronto in 1889.
It was an upper-income residential area for the first half of the 20th century, with several notable mansions.
The area changed dramatically with the building of the Gardiner Expressway in 1955, which resulted in the demolition of the southern section of the neighbourhood and the Sunnyside Amusement Park, and the creation of a barrier between the neighbourhood and the north shore of Lake Ontario. A boom in apartment building construction followed, replacing whole blocks of homes with blocks of apartment buildings.