Places to stay in Downsview, Ontario
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Downsview is an area in the north end of Toronto, Ontario located in the district of North York. Downsview was originally a farm located in the 1870s near the present-day intersection of Keele Street and Wilson Avenue. It now extends beyond the intersection of Sheppard Avenue and Dufferin Street. The area includes several large post-WWII subdivisions. Within the area is Downsview Airport, the former site of Canadian Forces Base Downsview, which has since been largely converted following the end of the Cold War into an urban park known as Downsview Park. However, the airport is still used as a manufacturing and testing facility for Bombardier Aerospace. Places to eat in the region include Mang Mar’s Chicharon, Amigos Latin Flavour, Costa Verde Bbq Chicken, and Best Istanbul Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the region. If you are travelling in the area, Downsview is located close to Ash, Mary Fix Creek, Eastern Beaches, Black Creek Conservation Area and Duncan Woods Creek.
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Other local Downsview information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -79°29'36.186
- Latitude: 43°43'56.121
Things to see and do
H&R Property Management
Located at 41 Antrim Crescent. Swimming Pools - Public
Pine Point Pool
Located at 10 Grierson. Serving the Toronto Area
The Bike Joint
Located at 290a Harbord Street. The Bike Joint is “the people’s bike shop.”
Wheel Excitement Inc
Located at 249 Queens Quay West, Unit 110. We are located in Toronto' s Central Waterfront on the South side of the Radisson Admiral Hotel on Robertson Crescent.
Toronto Island Bicycle Rental
Located at Centre Island. Strap on your helmet and cruise the open pathways as you take in the sites of Toronto's islands and get a bit of exercise.
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