Rosedale Main Street BIA
Created in 2000, Rosedale Main Street Business Improvement Area comprises Yonge Street from Woodlawn Avenue (north) to Crescent Road (south) and has a wide variety of merchant and service members from high-end antique and decor stores to wonderful neighbourhood restaurants, to gourmet shops, to beauty and hairdressing salons, to travel specialists to the newly restored and renovated historic North Toronto Station, centrepiece of the community.
Rosedale Main Street is a vibrant, active neighbourhood with numerous sidewalk cafés, bustling markets and a feeling of a village in the city. A great place to visit anytime of the year.
Rosedale is known for its annual Calvacade of Lights event in November. A 15 metre-tall Christmas tree with blue lights is placed on the CP Bridge at Scrivener Square near the restored North Toronto Station, which is the centerpiece of this neighbourhood.
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