Queensway Avenue West, TorontoOntarioCanada

Queensway Ave has one long BIA section (Business Improvement Area) and also services Sherway Gardens and adjacent shopping malls.

Be certain to visit the BIA website for all of Toronto [The City Of Toronto BIA Office partners with Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas (TABIA) to create the largest number of BIAs of any urban centre in the world.

Historical Information & Photos Of The Queensway

Queensway Ave. At Just West Of Islington Looking East Along The Avenue Including Mimico By The Lake In The South-east During The Daytime Of Summertime In Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Queensway Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Queensway Ave. starts in the east at Roncesvalles Ave. as a continuation of Queen St. W. and continues across south Etobicoke / the west end of Toronto to the Mississauga border where the road becomes Queensway Ave. E. The BUBBLES & SQUEAK Inc.’s concentration of office cleaning services area focuses on cleaning industrial, institutional and commercial spaces in this highly commercial 7.7 km or 4.8 mi stretch of road that is flanked by Lake Shore Blvd. W. to the south and by Bloor St. W. to the north.

While the first stretch up to just past the Humber River is void of commercial activity with only St. Joseph Health Centre, High Park plus a few condos. Once the road crosses into Etobicoke the street becomes very commercial for about 5 km / 3 mi. where it connects with Queensway Ave. E in Mississauga.

Major north-south intersecting streets are, from east to west: Park Lawn Ave., Royal York Rd., Islington Ave., Kipling Ave., The East Mall and The West Mall. The roadway passes through numerous Toronto shopping areas; definitely a main street with lots of commercial spaces and offices to clean.

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