Also known as The Queensway-Humber Bay, this neighbourhood is composed of two areas: The Queensway and Sunnylea/Stongate. Real estate in this community is mainly made up of 1950's era low rise apartment buildings. Real estate at The Queensway is affordable and offers convenient access to downtown Toronto. Real estate at Sunnylea is highly sought after and is especially popular with young families given it's country charm as well as it's excellent schools.

The borders of this combined neighbourhood are The Gardener Expressway-Mimico Creek-Lake Ontario on the South, The Humber River-Glenaden Avenue E-Prince Edward Drive E on the East, Bloor Street W on the North, and a series of smaller streets, Islington Avenue and Kipling Avenue on the West.

Notable Amenities in this Neighbourhood:

1. Schools: To name a few - Sunnylea Junior School, Park Lawn Junior and Middle School, Holy Angels Separate Elementary School, École Sainte-Marguerite d'Youville

2. Food and Restaurants: popular eateries in the area are - Sushi Kaji RestaurantThe Pie CommissionCheese BoutiqueTom’s Dairy FreezeSweet Flour Bake ShopBryden’s (pub & sandwiches), Sanremo BakeryEverest Hakka House (Indian Cuisine), Falafel World

3. Leisure and Recreation: The Kingsway Village shopping district on Bloor Street West and The Queensway is a shopping lover's delight. The Norseman Community School and the Park Lawn Community School offer a large variety of recreational programs for children, teens, adults and seniors. Sunnylea Park and Laura Hill Park each have two tennis courts and a children's playground. Queensway residents can access South Humber Park which features a mix of open spaces and wooded areas that overlook the Humber Marshes.

Getting Here by Public Transportation:

The area is accessible by the Bloor-Danforth Subway line. Bus and streetcarroutes that also pass through this area include: 66 along Prince Edward and Park Lawn - 80 along Lake Shore then The Queensway - 501 along The Queensway then Lakes Shore Blvd.