Roncesvalles Avenue, TorontoOntarioCanada

Roncesvalles Avenue. passes through several neighbourhoods / BIAs (Business Improvement Area) as identified in the websites below:

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.

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Just under 2 kilometres or just over a mile of primarily shops and office space on the ground floor with residences and more offices atop, the street starts in the south where both Queen St. W. and King St. W. venture eastwards, The Queensway westwards, and Roncesvalles Ave. north to Dundas St. W.; a four-way intersection from where one can gaze out past the Boulevard Club and Sunnyside Pavilions to across Lake Ontario and where on a clear day when looking to the south-west one can see the mist rising from Niagara Falls. High Park Blvd. and Howard Park Ave. intersect enroute north to Dundas St. W.

The east side of Roncesvalles Ave. the street has mixed residential and commercial land use while the west side extending westwards to Parkside Ave. / Keele St. is mainly residential and includes several churches.

Looking South On Roncesvalles Ave. In Toronto, Ontario, Canada From South Of High Park Blvd. During The Daytime Of Winter 2024
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Looking North On Roncesvalles Ave. In Toronto, Ontario, Canada From North Of Queen St. W. During The Daytime Of Winter 2024
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