About Keelesdale-Eglinton West
Living in Keelesdale is like living in a multicultural mecca, and residents from all different backgrounds bring a ton of culture, along with some amazing restaurants.
Restaurants range from your typical mom-and-pop pizzeria to ethnic Portugese/Italian/Spanish eateries. Shopping is limited in Keelesdale to the smaller strip plazas on the main roads – but that’s not why you come to this neighbourhood. Known for its proximity to Black Creek and Keelesdale Park; there is a ton of nature for a Toronto ‘hood–almost half of the neighborhood borders on parks or other greenspace.
Not traditionally known for its transit accessibility, Keelesdale will definitely benefit from the completion of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, as the community is slated to have their own station stop. As of writing Keelesdale Station, to be centered at Keele and Eglinton is scheduled for completion in 2022.
Schools in Keelesdale are currently slightly lower ranking based on EQAO averages, but these rankings can and do change all the time. As the community continues to gentrify, typically we see school scores improve.