Church and Wellesley is an LGBT-oriented enclave of Toronto, commonly simplified as "Church Street", along which are many rainbow coloured arts and designs. In addition, this neighbourhood is also a historic community with Victorian houses and apartments dating back to the late 19th century. 

There is an annual pride parade event that occurs on the last weekend of June, which runs southward along Yonge Street.

This neighbourhood is bordered by just south of Gerard Street on the South, Jarvis Street on the East, Just north of Isabella Street on the North, and Yonge Street on the West. 

Notable Amenities in the Church and Wellesley Neighbourhood

1. School and Educational Facilities: Jarvis Collegiate Institute (9-12), Church Street Junior Public School (JK-6), Toronto New Private School (9-12 & AP), YMCA Academy (9-12)

2. Food and Restaurants: Fabarnak Restaurant & Catering (Soup and Sandwiches), Papaya Hut/Island (Juice Bars & Smoothies), Capitano Burgers & Gelato (Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt), barVolo (Bars, Brasseries), Yogurt SpoonHair Of The Dog (Pubs and Comfort Food), Como En Casa (Mexican), Lola’s Kitchen (Breakfast & Brunch)

Getting to Church and Wellesley by Public Transit:

Wellesley Station, College Station, and Dundas Station on the Yonge University Subway Lines - 97 and 320 on Yonge Street - 306 and 506 on College Street - 141 on Jarvis Street - 94 on Wellesley Street East - 

Church and Wellesley Real Estate

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