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Rosedale is well-known as one of Toronto’s oldest and wealthiest suburbs, and is ranked as one of country’s most highly-prized areas to own a home. Located just north of downtown, with its narrow, tree-filled streets, winding lanes and turn-of-the-century mansions, Rosedale is where some of Canada’s richest and most famous citizens, reside. Surrounded by tranquil parkland and ravines it’s also conveniently located and is bordered by one of the most interesting commercial strips of Yonge street. Just a few minutes from Toronto’s major and business and commercial districts, Rosedale combines natural beauty with recreational opportunities. Thanks to the lavish foliage and abundance of trees that seclude the neighbourhood from the city centre, the sound of vehicular traffic is virtually non-existent. No wonder Rosedale has been one of the most fashionable addresses for over a century!
The first Grey Cup was held at the former Toronto Lacrosse Grounds ,now known as Rosedale Park. With 3,800 fans watching on December 4th, 1909, the University of Toronto Varsity Blues beat the Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club 26-6
CPR railway tracks to the north, Bloor Street is the south border. Yonge street to the west and east to the Don Valley. Rosedale is divided into two sections north and south by the Park Drive Ravine.
Home to - Moore Park and Rosedale
Electoral Districts include - St. Paul's, and Toronto Centre-Rosedale
Neighbourhoods - Rosedale-Moore Park
BIA - Rosedale Main Street BIA
Ratepayers' Associations - North Rosedale Ratepayers' Association and South Rosedale Ratepayers' Association