2731 Danforth Avenue, toronto, Ontario.
Conveniently located on Danforth Avenue, just east of Main Street, this three storey walk-up is conveniently located minutes to the Danforth Go Train Station, as well as the Bloor-Danforth TTC Line. In close proximity to Grocery, Schools and Restaurants, you will find almost every amenity is within walking distance from the building.
Informally also known as the Danforth, is home to Toronto’s Greek community, also known as Greektown. The Bloor-Danforth line of the Toronto subway runs just north of Danforth Avenue from the Don River as far as Main Street Station. Danforth Road was named for contractor Asa Danforth Jr., who built portions of what would become Queen Street and Kingston Road.
He started work in 1799 on Danforth’s Road as (originally) a hundred-mile route from Scarborough to the Trent River. That road was completed in 1801 but soon fell into disrepair and was largely replaced by the 1817 Kingston Road stagecoach route. Danforth Avenue, named because it was created to connect Toronto to Danforth Road, was officially built by the Don and Danforth Plank Road Company in 1851 to Broadview Avenue, as well as connecting to Kingston Road.