Niagara is a mixed residential and industrial neighbourhood though it is now in transition however as the trend is towards more residential accomodations and less industry.

It is bounded by Lake Ontario on the South, Bathurst Street on the East, Queen Street W on the North, and Atlantic Avenue - Gardener Expressway - Marilyn Bell Park on the West. 

Notable Amenities at Niagara:

1. School and Education: Niagara Street Junior Public School and St. Mary Elementary

2. Food and Restaurants: Jacobs & Co. Steakhouse, Grand Electric (Bar, Mexican), Mother IndiaNadège PatisserieReposado Bar & Lounge

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: Niagara residents enjoy a diverse mix of antique shops, art galleries, bookstores, fashion stores, natural food markets and restaurants on Queen Street West as well as stores serving day-to-day needs on King Street.

Other sites for activities in this neighbourhood include the Stanley Park - a neighbourhood favorite meeting place, Fort York - a Toronto landmark serving as a museum for the Battle of York, and the local community centre.

Getting to Niagara by Public Transit:

Exhibition Station Go Rail - 511, 310, and 509 at the Exhibition Loop - 29 and 329 at Manitoba Drive - 145 on Bathurst Street - 509 and 511 on Fleet Street - 504 and 508 on King Street - 63, 316, 301 and 501 on Queens Street. 

Niagara Real Estate

Current Homes for Sale on Toronto MLS at the Niagara Neighbourhood

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