One of the neighbourhoods that has seen the most development and increase in real estate prices in recent years is Parkdale. Being one of the most culturally diverse neighbourhoods in Toronto, Parkdale has seen dramatic developments both in commercial and residential real estate.

Parkdale is bounded by Lake Ontario in the South, Dufferin St/Queen St West on the East, CP Railways/Queen St West on the North and Roncesvalles Avenue on the West. 

Notable Amenities in Parkdale are: 

1. Schools - Parkdale Collegiate Institute, Parkdale Junior & Senior Public School, 

2. Parks & Recreation -Parkdale Community Recreation Centre and the Masaryk-Cowan Community Centre are two of the main recreational centres in available to the residents of Parkdale. Albert Crosland Parkette, Masaryk Park, Dunn Avenue Parkette and Close Springhurst Parkettes are the parks situtated in Parkdale.

3. Restaurants - Parkdale is home to some of Toronto's most popular restaurants. Grand Electric, Parts & Labour, Local Kitchen & Wine Bar and Electric Mud BBQ are few of the restaurants that are regularly featured in the papers!

4. Shopping - What sets Parkdale's shopping apart are the amount of vintage stores avaiable in the neighbourhood. In addition to the vintage stores, its also home to unique gifting stores.  

Getting to Parkdale by Public Transport:  

Parkdale is accessible by the 501 Queen Street & 504 King Street streetcars and 47 Lansdowne and 402 Parkdale buses.