Lambton Baby Point is the 96th most walkable neighborhood in Toronto, with 7,975 residents. They have excellent public transportation and are somewhat bikeable. Nearby neighborhoods: Runnymede-Bloor West Village, Kingsway South, Rockcliffe-Smythe, Stonegate-Queensway, Junction Area, Edenbridge-Humber Valley, and High Park North.
Lambton Baby Point is a wealthy residential neighbourhood in the York district of Toronto. It was part of the former City of York before the amalgamation of Toronto in 1998.
The area began as two independent municipalities. It is within the city-defined neighbourhood of ‘Lambton-Baby Point.’ In 2010, local merchants formed the Baby Point Gates Business Improvement Area, which runs along Jane Street from Montye Avenue in the north, to Lessard Avenue in the south and along Annette Street from Jane Street in the west to Windermere Avenue in the east.
In the 1600s, it was the Iroquois village Teiaiagon, occupied by the Seneca and Mohawk, before the Marquis de Denonville led its destruction.