Home of Toronto’s annual pride parade, Cabbagetown is one of the most diverse and welcoming neighbourhoods in Toronto.
Cabbagetown is commonly known for its extremely large and welcoming neighbourhood. It is primarily comprised semi-detached houses, condominiums buildings, and townhouses. It is located in close proximity to Winchester Junior and Senior Public School, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts, and Montrest School, making it very easy for students to commute every day. Further, the Castle Frank and Sherbourne Subway Stations allow for easy transportation around Toronto.
The neighbourhood of Cabbagetown Riverdale is within walking distance to Riverdale Park, where residents can enjoy sports such as tennis and hockey, and children can play on a beautifully maintained playground. Cabbagetown Riverdale also includes Riverdale farm, which features a number of vegetable and herb gardens in addition to an exciting barn where residents can play with various farm animals. Further, the neighbourhood is within walking distance to grocery stores such as Food Basics and Metro in addition to restaurants including the Keg Mansion and 7 West Café.