The Grid names Weston one of Toronto’s most underrated neighbourhoods

The Grid, Toronto’s other alt-weekly, says that Weston would be a great place for yuppies to colonize. I couldn’t agree more.

In the historic Village of Weston, you’ll find similar raw material [to the Junction]. On Weston Road around Lawrence Avenue, you can feel the history contained in the stone and brick prewar architecture and the old-school penny-farthing bicycle sculptures hanging from lampposts. Landmark libraries, churches and a host of local history and community groups trumpet the area’s legacy as a strong, independent industrial town.

 

Thanks to Chris for the tip.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

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