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The gem of Trinity Bellwoods is, as you may have guessed, the park of the same name that sits at the centre of this charming neighbourhood. It’s a little bit of everything: a green oasis, a hiding place for the area’s elusive white squirrels, a dog park, a hipster hangout, and a scenic shortcut to either Dundas West or Queen West. Not only do residents here live right downtown; they also live in one of the city’s coolest areas.
In Trinity Bellwoods, you can choose between century homes and condos, lofts and townhouses. Older lofts, like those in the Candy Factory building, have been converted to accommodate its residents’ downtown lifestyles.
The Portugal Village shopping district on Dundas Street between Grace and Markham Streets, caters to the large Portuguese community in the Trinity-Bellwoods neighbourhood. Queen Street is known for its arts flavour and culinary delights. This part of Queen Street includes galleries, antique shops, bookstores, vegetarian restaurants, natural food markets, fashion and accessory stores and a variety of cafes and restaurants. Ossington Avenue has one of the highest concentrations of bars and restaurants in Toronto reflecting the youthful demographic in this neighbourhood. Cafes, coffee shops, art galleries and hip clothing stores complete the picture on Ossington Avenue.
Trinity-Bellwoods Park is located in the centre of this neighbourhood. The park’s facilities include a children’s playground, a wading pool, sports fields, a baseball diamond, and four tennis courts. There is also an artificial ice rink that is used for pleasure skating, permit hockey, shinny hockey, women’s and girl’s ice hockey, and a hockey school. The Trinity Community Recreation Centre at 155 Crawford Street, has an indoor pool, a gymnasium, a track, and a weight room.
No matter which side of the park you’re on, you’re close to a major streetcar route––you have your choice of either the 501 Queen car or the 505 Dundas car. The Ossington Avenue bus route is a convenient commute both north to Bloor Street or south to Liberty Village and Lake Ontario.