Located in South Parkdale, just west of downtown Toronto, Jameson is perfect for young professionals and families looking for spacious apartments for less. This colourful neighbourhood is a mix of century homes, rentals, and rebuilds all tucked away on quiet streets lined with beautiful, mature trees.
Found only a few blocks away are endless dining options, boutique retail and antique shops, and winding pathways with gorgeous views of Lake Ontario.
A little west of Liberty Village and a little east of Roncesvalles – this is exactly where you want to be.
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This classic pet-friendly building offers a range of rental suite sizes to best suit your lifestyle and your budget. Only minutes from the Gardiner Expressway and a 24-hour streetcar route, you’re sure to find yourself anywhere in the city, anytime you want.
Parkdale is one of Toronto’s up and coming neighborhoods, and now you can live in this vibrant community by choosing an affordable suite at Jameson Avenue! These rental apartments in Toronto are conveniently located in Toronto’s West end, with world-famous Queen Street West just around the corner.
Queen Street West has the most unique selection of amenities the city has to offer; independent grocery stores, trendy restaurants and unique bars are just a short walk from your front door and you’ll never get bored of the options. Young professionals will be able commute into the downtown core by hopping on a streetcar or catching a train from Exhibition Station, letting you access the larger city in less than 20 minutes.
Young professionals that want to go out in the area are spoiled with options; grab a bite at Electric Mud BBQ, have a drink at The Drake Hotel or wander up Ossington Avenue to check out the latest trendy spots.
Living in the West end means that it’s only a short walk down to the lakeshore where you can enjoy the cycling paths at Marilyn Bell Park, TFC games at BMO Field or whatever event has taken over the Canadian National Exhibition grounds. When you need to travel into the city, you can take a streetcar along King or Queen Street or take the train from Exhibition GO station.
Transit scores at this Toronto rental apartment are fantastic due to the number of bus and streetcar routes that are available on King and Queen Street. If you don’t feel like using public transit, then grab your bike and ride one of the scenic routes along the Lakeshore that can take you to the Humber River or High Park.
If you own a car then you’ll love being a block away from the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard, which are the fastest ways to reach downtown. The absolute best way to experience Queen Street West is on foot; finish your errands at the nearby Metro or Sobeys Urban Fresh before grabbing a bite at one of many international restaurants.
Living between King Street and Queen Street means you’ll have your pick of streetcar routes. You’re only a short walk to the 301 and 501 streetcars on Queen Street, and if you want to travel North you can hop on bus route 47 up Landsdowne Avenue. Along King you’ll be able to take the 304 and 504 streetcars to head into the heart of Liberty Village.
Walking along Queen Street West offers the best way to sort through the dizzying collection of cool restaurants, bars and stores that give the community it’s character. Daily errands are a breeze with Vi’s No Frills only a 2-minute walk around the corner.
In the spring and summer you’ll love cycling along the Lakeshore to reach the heart of the city. A number of trails also lead over to the Humber River and High Park, some of Toronto’s best green spaces.
It’s only a 3-minute drive down to the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard, the ideal routes for car-owners to get to the downtown core or out into the suburbs.