Being the gateway to Toronto’s west-end waterfront neighbourhoods, Mimico has a feel of a small lake town in a big city. This well-established neighbourhood is well known for its scenic lakefront parks and extensive recreational facilities. Mimico has experienced a change in demographic in recent years thanks to high real estate activity.

Its boundaries include Lake Ontario to the south, a line midway between Fleeceline Road and Louisa Street to the east, Evans Avenue, Algoma Street and Manitoba Street to the north and Dwight Avenue (south of the railway) and St. George Street to the west.

Mimico Amenities

Schools: George R. Gauld Junior School, David Hornell Public School,  John English Junior Middle School, and St. Louis Catholic Elementary School are some of the best Mimico schools.

Restaurants: Some of the neighbourhood eateries that residents flock to are Birds & Beans, Fair Grounds, CakeStar, Tatsu’s Bread, and The Empanada Company. 

Recreation: With recreational facilities such as Mimico Arena or the Drummond Bowl, Mimico Tennis Club, Mimico Yacht Club, Amos Waites Park, and Vimy Memorial Park, there is never a dull moment in the Mimico neighbourhood. 

Getting to Mimico by transit

Mimico is accessible by the 15 Evans and 73 Royal York TTC buses and the 508 Lakeshore/ Queen Street car. Residents can access downtown Toronto by using the Mimico GO Transit station or the Gardiner Expressway.

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