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The Beaches (also known as "
The Beach") is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is so named because of its four beaches situated on Lake Ontario.
It is located east of downtown within the "Old" City of Toronto.
The approximate boundaries of the neighbourhood are from Victoria Park Avenue on the east to Kingston Road on the north, to Coxwell Avenue on the west, south to Lake Ontario.
The Beaches is part of the east-central district of Toronto.
The commercial district of Queen Street East lies at the heart of
The Beaches community.
It is characterized by a large number of independent speciality stores.
The stores along Queen are known to change tenants quite often causing the streetscape to change from year to year, sometimes drastically.
The neighbourhood is located to the East of Toronto's downtown, from Coxwell east to Victoria Park.
The lakefront is divided into four sections; Woodbine Beach to the west, Kew Beach and Scarboro Beach in the centre, and Balmy Beach to the east.
It is four beaches which give the neighbourhood its name and defining principal characteristic. Until Lake Shore Boulevard was extended to Woodbine Avenue in the 1950s, Woodbine Beach was not a bathing beach, but rather a desolate wooded area known as
Sources: https://www.narcity.com/ca/on/toronto/lifestyle/10-struggles-of-living-in-the-toronto-beaches, https://www.seetorontonow.com/explore-toronto/neighbourhoods/the-beaches/