Palmerston-Little Italy


While there is still a strong Italian community in this neighbourhood, as well as a large Portuguese population, Little Italy’s residents’ welcome new neighbours from around the world to what is now considered one of Toronto’s most multi-cultural neighbourhoods!

Most Little Italy’s row houses and attached Victorian homes were built between 1880-1910 and feature rear laneway parking. The area also features new townhome and condominium developments.
(P) Charles G. Fraser Jr. | (P) Givins/Shaw Jr. & Sr. | (PH) Central High School of Commerce | (PH) Harbord Collegiate Institute | (C) St. David | (C) St. Lucy
Little Italy is well served by regular bus routes on Ossington Avenue, and streetcar service on College Street, Dundas Street, and Bathurst Street. Drivers are within 10-minutes of the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard.

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