Originally built in the late 19th century as a working class and lower middle class community, the Harbord Village neighbourhood has become heavily populated by students and young professionals affiliated to the university, considering its close proximity to the University of Toronto.

This neighbourhood is bounded by College Street on the South, Spadina Avenue on the East, Bloor Street West on the North, and Bathurst Street on the West.

Notable Amenities at the Harbord Village Neighbourhoods

1. Schools and Educational Facilities: Central Technical School (9-12), Lord Lansdowne Junior and Senior Public School (JK-8), King Edward Junior and Senior Public School (JK-8), Horizon Alternative Senior School (7-8), University of Toronto Schools (7-12), Taddle Creek Montessori School

2. Food and Restaurants: Seven Lives Tacos Y Mariscos (Mexican, Seafood), The Harbord Room (Canadian), Splendido Restaurant (Modern European), Fresco’s Fish & ChipsHibiscus (Vegan, Vegetarian), Guu SakaBar (Japanese)

Getting to Harbord Village by Public Transit:

Bathurst Station and Spadina Station at the Bloor Danforth Subway Lines - 511 and 310 on Bathurst Street - 510 on Spadina Avenue - 306 and 306 on College Street