Welcome to Mimico
With a waterfront location and an abundance of new real estate developments, it’s easy to see why Mimico has gained so much popularity. The neighbourhood is on its way to becoming completely walkable, with many new amenities such as grocery stores, banks, restaurants and coffee shops popping up regularly.
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What to Do
Take a walk along the lakeside trail on Marine Parade Drive, and be sure to stop for dinner on the patio at Eden Trattoria. Afterwards, make your way to the Humber River Bridge for a great view of the Toronto skyline at sunset.
Who Lives Here
The convenient location, laid-back atmosphere, and multitude of schools attracts everyone from new families and couples to singles.
How to Get Around
Mimico has proven to be a great neighbourhood for commuters and travellers, with easy access to the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard. Public transit users can hop on a bus or train at the nearby Go Transit station, catch the Lakeshore streetcar, or take the Park Lawn bus to the Queensway streetcar.
The Mimico real estate landscape changes by location, with condos near Park Lawn and bungalows and two-store homes further west.
- George R. Gauld Junior School David Hornell Junior School
- John English Junior Middle School
- Second Street Junior Middle School
- St.Leo Elementary
- James S. Bell Junior Middle School
- Seventh Street Junior School
- High Park Centennial Montessori School
- Humber College – Lakeshore Campus
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