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This Neighbourhood is Made For You

With over 4 billion dollars coming to this master-planned neighborhood from more than 15 buildings, the area around Bathurst and St. Clair West will be buzzing with city life. For residents of Raglan House, it’s sure to become an important hub in their day-to-day lives. It’s a neighbourhood made for people.

Partnering with the city of Toronto, Camrost has been able to continue their mission as a city builders to carefully help shape this master-planned neighborhood in this coveted area.

St. Clair West · Cedarvale · Wychwood · Humewood · Forest Hill

One house,
five neighbourhoods

01. Bathurst
& St. Clair West

This bustling intersection stands as a neighbourhood in its own right. A connector hub for the whole city, and the go-to destination for daily necessities for residents of Raglan House. St. Clair West Subway Station brings transit to your door with subway and surface routes easily taking you wherever you want to go. Major grocery and pharmacy chains are present, and shopping options from independent retailers are almost endless. Fresh produce, home design and furnishings, food options from around the world, hidden fashion finds…anything you can think of is here.

02. Cedarvale

Anchored at St. Clair West Subway Station, the big draw of the Cedarvale neighbourhood for Toronto residents is Cedarvale Park. A massive urban park with an arena and large open green spaces for sports, dog walks and kite flying, as well as a popular toboggan hill in the winter. Cedarvale Park connects with the city’s extensive network of nature trails through the Beltline Trail at the North end of the park, and Nordheimer Ravine to the South.

03. Wychwood

This is a dynamic, evolving neighbourhood in the St. Clair West area of Toronto. Residents enjoy the main commercial strip along St. Clair West, packed with cafés, bakeries, family restaurants, indie shopkeepers, and a lot of coffee. Artscape Wychwood Barns, located in Wychwood Park, is the pulse of the area—once a stable for TTC streetcars, now transformed into a complex of artist studios, public spaces and art exhibitions, with a popular weekly farmer’s market and a community skating rink in winter.

04. Humewood

Often referred to as “The Woods”, this green-dappled neighbourhood is covered with lush trees growing amongst a mix
of old Toronto homes and new exciting developments. Humewood residents enjoy a mix of eclectic shopping and neighbourhood amenities along St. Clair and Eglinton Avenue West.

05. Forest Hill

Forest Hill is a storied neighbourhood of manicured lawns, aspirational schools & homes. Forest Hill residents enjoy some of the best boutique shopping in the city on St. Clair West and the Forest Hill Village strip. Once an independent village, Forest Hill is now one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the city of Toronto.