East Bloor/Village is the unofficial home to Toronto’s Lesbian, queer, bi-sexual, transgendered community.  It’s where the Pride Week celebrations centre around, culminating with the Pride Parade, which is one of the largest pride parades in the world. For those wanting a vibrant street life, the Church st corridor is home to an electrifying array of shops, restaurants and bars. Development Potential: Medium Development will mainly occur on the East-West Streets (Bloor, Charles, Wellesley) and on Church from Bloor to Charles in the Village. These buildings 15-35 storey towers, taller as you get closer to Bloor. Along Jarvis will be higher density as developers can build up to a 35 Storey tower on most of Jarvis going south almost to Adelaide.  

Demographic Indicators

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Market Information

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Neighbourhood Vibrancy Factors

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East Bloor Village has a lot to offer especially if you are looking to find great places to dine. Below you will find a table compiling all of the nearby restaurants you can expect to find while living in East Bloor Village [table id=60 /] Sources   

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