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Property Talk

Stonegate-Queensway is a large community that encompasses a couple smaller neighbourhoods. The area has seen a lot of development since the 1980s, which has transformed it from a primarily industrial sector into a thriving residential community with a diverse housing stock. More than half of all homes are detached, ranging from two-storeys to one-and-a-half storeys to bungalows, though there are fewer of the latter in recent years as homeowners tear them down or ‘pop the top’ to build much larger two-storey homes. The community also has a combination of 1950s era lowrise apartments, newer condominiums and townhomes, providing a variety of price points for those looking to settle in, or move within, the area.

Community Makeup

Just over 25,000 people live in Stonegate-Queensway, which has seen little population growth in recent years. An overwhelming percentage of residents are couples (83%) and nearly half of these have children aged 0-14. Close to 50% of single adults (age 20-34) still live with their parents. The median family income is $112,979. There are more homeowners (65%) than renters (35%) in the area.

The Scoop

A mixture of residential housing, commercial hubs and some industrial land, the community has experienced significant gentrification but there is still more work to be done, particularly along The Queensway. The attention it’s receiving bodes well for the east-west thoroughfare — a number of independent merchants and eateries have moved into the area, which are helping to create a new retail mix, and The House of Lancaster is no more, having been demolished in February 2018. A new condominium building, called Reina, is set to rise on the site of the former ‘gentlemen’s’ club, spearheaded by an all-female development team.

Away from the main strip, the pedestrian-friendly community boasts forest-reminiscent walking trails and spectacular outdoor spaces, including Jeff Healey Park, named after the late Canadian jazz and blues musician that features musical playground equipment, and the 3.1 hectare Queensway Park that boasts two baseball diamonds, two tennis courts, a playground and the newly opened skating trail.

Getting Around

Stonegate-Queensway is within a short commute of downtown Toronto via the Gardiner Expressway and the Go Transit station located in neighbouring Mimico, which provides convenient rail travel as far east as Oshawa, and Hamilton to the west. Commuters can connect to the Bloor-Danforth subway line via several TTC bus routes, including the 66 Prince Edward South (Old Mill station), 80 Queensway (Keele station), 76 Royal York South and 15 Evans (Royal York station), and 110 Islington (Islington station), among others. Stonegate-Queensway has a transit score of 70 out of 100.

Local Schools

Eight elementary schools are located in Stonegate-Queensway, one being the French Catholic Sainte-Marguerite-d’Youville. The community is also home to two high schools (Bishop Allen Academy and the Etobicoke School of the Arts), as well as Karen Kain School of the Arts. Three other schools’ designated attendance boundaries fall within the area.

Castlebar Junior School (JK – Grade 5)*
Étienne Brûlé Junior Middle School
(JK – Grade 5)*
Holy Angels Catholic School (JK – Grade 8)
Lambton-Kingsway Junior Middle School (JK – Grade 8)
Norseman Junior Middle School (JK – Grade 8)*
Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School (JK – Grade 8)
Park Lawn Junior Middle School (JK – Grade 8)*
Sainte-Marguerite-d’Youville Catholic School (JK – Grade 6)*
St. Louis Catholic School (JK – Grade 8)*
St. Mark Catholic School (JK – Grade 8)*
Sunnylea Junior School (JK – Grade 5)*

*Schools located in Stonegate-Queensway.
NOTE: Designated attendance boundaries for 2021/2022 school year.



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    Average home prices are based on sold prices for Q1 2024. Freehold prices are for all home types. Townhouse price is for three-storey homes. Two-storey price is for detached homes. Community information based on data collected by Statistics Canada for its 2016 census study. Accuracy is of upmost importance and every effort is made to verify the information displayed. However, it should be used for reference only as details are subject to change without notice.