The arrival of the streetcar to this area of the city in the 1900’s is what initially generated development of the land that is now known as Roncesvalles. After World War II, many Eastern Europeans moved to the area of Roncesvalles. These same immigrants played a big part in building Toronto’s roads and railways and the development of the surrounding area.
Today, Roncesvalles is a family friendly community with a European vibe. The neighbourhood is conveniently located near the water front, bike trails, High Park and more. It is a popular neighbourhood amongst young families and those who prefer to live close to the downtown core.
Many of the homes in Roncesvalles are attached and semi-detached homes with a smaller portion of detached homes.
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Below are some of the most prominent businesses within Roncesvalles and the surrounding area.
Lit Espresso Bar – Roncesvalles
221 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto
231A Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto
Roncy Village Veterinary Clinic
215 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto
195 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto
Ed’s Real Scoop – Roncesvalles
189 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto
Hot Oven Bakery
177 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto
145 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto
131 Roncessvalles Ave, Toronto