Located at the heart of Etobicoke, Islington Village is also known as Toronto’s Village of Murals. With fabulous views of 25 mural masterpieces enhancing the walls of the historic shopping district on Dundas Street West, boutique style shopping, quaint dining locales, abundance of greenery, and convenient access to the TTC, Go Transit, and expressways, Islington Village is a great downtown lifestyle alternative.

This neighbourhood is bounded on the south by the Gardiner Expressway, on the east by Kipling Avenue, Mimico Creek and Islington Avenue, on the north by Rathburn Road, and on the west by Etobicoke Creek and Highway 427.

Islington Village Amenities

Schools: Etobicoke Collegiate Institute, Islington Junior Middle School, Our Lady of Peace Catholic Elementary School, Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Elementary School, Michael Power High School (all boys) and St. Joseph High School (all girls) are a few of the neighbourhood’s best schools.

Restaurants: Lenny’s Panini & Pizza, Milano’s Pizza, Spoon and Fork, Burrito Boyz, and The Musket are some of the neighbourhood favourite dining spots.

Recreation: Montgomery Inn Community Museum, Islington Golf Club, Rosethorn Park, and Islington Baseball League are a few family-friendly activities available to Islington residents.

Getting to Islington Village by transit  

Islington Village is accessible via the Kipling Station on the Bloor-Danforth TTC line as well as the Kipling Go Station Rail. Bus routes running along Bloor Street and Dundas Street through this neighbourhood are 1,11,35,57,70,76 and the bus route 80 runs along The Queensway along the southern boundary.

More About Where We Work

Become An Educated Buyer

Find your dream home quicker when equipped with the right market knowledge from our team of experts.