The neighbourhoods of Sunnylea and The Queensway are the fastest-growing neighbourhoods in the Toronto area. Sunnylea and The Queensway are an urban oasis completely self-sufficient with storefronts, shopping, dining, and a beautiful blend of new builds and older architecture. The new condominiums and rebuilt homes across Sunnylea and The Queensway brought in a wave of professionals and families who now call this area home. You’ll find a unique mix of 1950’s style brownstone buildings between new construction, and turn-of-the-century market garden homes.
Sunnylea and The Queensway are bustling areas of new homes and great schools. It’s also close to green spaces, despite the urban environment. Thanks to the recent remodelling and growth, Sunnylea and The Queensway are full of exciting changes. You can find a slice of beautiful scenery within the urban jungle as Sunnylea is home to parks and festivals that excite and delight. The Jeff Healey Park is an expansive area where you can wander in nature, enjoy a picnic, or spend time in the nice weather. There is also plenty of space for your furry friend as the Kings-Mill Off-Leash Dog Park is one of the most beautiful dog parks in the area. Residents in the Sunnylea and The Queensway also enjoy local festivals, like the Queensway Butter Tart Festival. Overall, Sunnylea & The Queensway offers the perfect mix of new homes and a budding community with the bustle of urban living.
The recent expansion in the area has shown that Sunnylea & The Queensway have their own local lifestyle. You can find delicious eats at every corner of the neighbourhood. The big box stores have been stripped away and replaced with local fare. As expansion continues in the area there is an opportunity to invest back in the community.
Most everything is within a walking distance or accessible by public transport including delicious desserts like Tom’s Dairy Freeze. When you taste their original soft-serve ice cream, you will understand why they have been a staple in the community since 1969. They also have homemade souvlaki and fresh-cut French fries.
If you want to expand your palate you can also enjoy a night out at Bua Thai restaurant or Posticino Ristorante. Bua Thai is a traditional Thai restaurant serving authentic dishes with fresh ingredients for 20 years. Posticino puts a modern twist on classic Italian dishes, such as the veal chop with pistachios and a creamy gorgonzola sauce.
For a family-style experience, Mamma Martino’s Restaurant is another local favourite. It’s been family-operated since 1983 and serves traditional Italian pizza, pasta, and sandwiches.
Although Sunnylea and The Queensway are being redeveloped, they have a rich history as an early settled farming community. There are small reminders throughout the community of the storied past, but each day, as new construction continues, the neighbourhood merges its past with a bright future.
Sunnylea and The Queensway have become shopping hubs in recent years. The Kipling Queensway Mall is the anchor of the community's shopping hub with restaurants, retailers, and entertainment all in one location.
There is also quick access to waterfront walking trails via Goodman Trail and South Humber Park. Queensway Park also offers state-of-the-art tennis and baseball spaces as well as engaging playgrounds. In the winter, it is the home of the neighbourhood ice skating rink.
Sunnylea and The Queensway have a school system serving both French- and English-speaking students at all levels. The district is helmed by three school boards.
From the moment you meet, to the time your purchase or sale finally closes, Fred is there for you every step of the way. He meticulously handles every task and will follow through until completion. This type of commitment is a testament to his honest nature and his unparalleled work ethic.