The Star's Toronto neighbourhood map: complete
|BORIS SPREMO/TORONTO STAR|
The Toronto neighbourhood map is done, or as done as these things ever can be. There may be some tweaks.
Discussions of neighbourhood maps of the 905 have begun. We will probably start with Mississauga.
Here are the final changes to the Toronto map:
1. Added O’Connor Hills, bounded by Beveridge Dr., Victoria Park, Lawrence Ave. and the Don Valley Parkway.
2. Added Glen Andrew, bounded by Ellesmere, Thompson Park, Brimley Rd. and McCowan.
3. Sliced “Cabbagetown South” out of Cabbagetown., bounded by Shuter, Sherbourne, Carleton and Parliament.
4. Added Hunt Club, bounded by Gerrard/Clonmore in the north and the lake in the south, between Warden and Victoria Park, but without altering the borders of Fallingbroke.
5. Added Curran Hall, bounded by Lawrence, Ellesmere, Highland Creek and Markham Rd. (Golfdale Gardens remains in the south.)
6. Added Upper Jarvis, bounded by Bloor, Jarvis, Wellesley and Sherbourne.
7. Added Fenside, bounded by the 401, Don Valley Pkwy., York Mills and Victoria Park.
8. Altered named of Hillcrest to become Hillcrest-Bracondale.
9. Added Denlow, bounded by York Mills, Leslie, Lawrence in the south and the ravine in the west.
10. Added Garden District, bounded by Carlton, Yonge, Sherbourne and Queen, but excluded areas already marked Moss Park and Ryerson.
11. Added Heathbridge Park, which is south of Moore Ave., north of Heath St., west of Bayview and east of Lumley.
12. Added Rosehill, bounded by Yonge, St. Clair in the north, Avoca and the ravine in the end, south to a line between Jackes Ave., and Woodlawn Ave.
13. Added Maple Leaf, covering the area north Amesbury between Keele, Jane and the 401.