Bloor West Village

Built in the late 1920s, Runnymede Public Library is a popular architectural landmark in the city with a heritage designation. The library has undergone several renovations and an addition over the years, but the architect’s original design has never been compromised.

About Bloor West Village

The epitome of family-friendly neighbourhoods, some of the best fruit stands in Toronto’s west end, historic homes with inviting front porches on mature tree-lined streets, a truly walkable community next to High Park, the Humber River, and historic Old Mill.

The very family-friendly vibe. When you walk through Bloor West Village, it won’t take you long to realize that this neighbourhood is home to many families. Young kids, dogs, strollers, and expectant parents are a frequent sight. Families make use of Beresford Park’s playground, wading pool, and outdoor ice skating rink. Close to some of the west end’s most reputable daycares (and doggie daycare at Dogtopia) and highly regarded public schools, Bloor West Village, is the kind of neighbourhood many families dream about putting down roots in.

The fruit stands of Bloor West Village are some of the best in the city and offer way more than just fruit. Their perfectly stacked tables of produce flow onto the sidewalk, offering pantry staples, fresh flowers, and various produce. The proximity to the Ontario Food Terminal ensures that the food is extra fresh! It’s almost impossible not to buy a bottle of fresh-squeezed orange juice from Fresh and Wild when the amazing citrus scent hits you when you walk in the door.

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