A mix-used residential and industrial neighbourhood in transition to more residential character, increasing te desirability of the neighbourhood. Homes here were built in the later 1800's and early 1900's, with a mix of detached and semi-detached houses

The Wallace-Emerson neighbourhood is bounded by Bloor Street W on the South, Dufferin Street on the East, Dupont Street on the North, and the CPR railway lines on the West.

Notable Amenities at Wallace-Emerson:

1. School and Education: Pauline Junior Public School, Bloor Collegiate Institute, St. Sebastian Catholic Elementary

2. Food and Restaurants: Karelia Kitchen (Scandinavian), Wallace EspressoCantanhede O Bairradino (Portuguese), Brock SandwichThree Speed (Bar), Haven Espresso Bar,  Cafe NeonHoly Oak CafePho Jade (Vietnamese)

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: The Bloordale Village Business Improvement Area, The Dufferin Mall at Bloor and Dufferin Streets, Galleria Shopping Centre located on the south-east corner of Dufferin and Dupont Streets, Street shopping at the intersections of Wallace and Landsdowne Avenues, The Wallace Emerson Community Centre located off Dufferin Street, Wallace Emerson Park located next to the community centre, The Bloor/Gladstone Public Library on Bloor Street east of Dufferin Street

Getting to Wallace-Emerson by Public Transit:

Dufferin Station and Lansdown Station on the Bloor Danforth Subway Line - 26 on Dupont Street - 29 and 329 on Dufferin Street - 300 on Bloor Street West - 47 on Lansdown Avenue