The defining feature of the Briar Hill-Belgravia, also know as Fairbank, neighbourhood is its topography. Demographics in this neighbourhood include a large number of families of Italian, Portuguese, and the West Indian heritage living in modestly priced homes with convenient access to transit and highways.

This neighbourhood is bounded by Rogers Road -Dufferin Street - Eglinton Avenue West on the South, Marlee Avenue and Allen Road on the East, Briar Hill Avenue on the North, and the CPR Railway Line on the West. 

Notable Amenities at Briar Hill - Belgravia

1. Schools and Education:  F H Miller Junior Public School, Fairbank Memorial Community School, Fairbank Middle School, Briar Hill Junior Public School, Joyce Public School, Regina Mundi Elementary, Dante Alighieri Academy Secondary, St. Charles Elementary, Sts. Cosmas & Damian Elementary, St. John Bosco Elementary, Lycée Français de Toronto Nursery (Coed). 

2. Food and Restaurants: La Paloma Gelateria & CafeRandy’s Take-Out (Caribbean), Emma’s Country Kitchen (Breakfast & Brunch), Agio (Italian), Raps Authentic JamaicanTre Mari BakeryPho Ga Banh Cuon (Vietnamese), King’s Tacos(Mexican). 

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation:  Eglinton Avenue West is a multi-cultural shopping strip that has been coined "the Avenue to the world", local shops on Dufferin Street, the Castlefield Design and Decor district along Castlefield Road at Caledonia, and the Fairbank Memorial Community Centre at 2213 Dufferin Street.

Getting to Briar Hill - Belgravia by Public Transit:

Eglinton Avenue West Station on the YUS Subway Line - 32 on Eglinton Avenue W - 29 and 329 on Dufferin Street - 161 Rogers Road -