Located in the heart of Leslieville, this intimate residence features 80 suites and eight modern towns. Named for George Leslie, a famous horticulturalist and one of the founders of this historic community, George is built for design-conscious urbanites with an eye for the outdoors.
Leslie founded Toronto Nurseries in 1845, supplying trees and shrubs to some of the city’s most gracious places including Mount Pleasant Cemetery and Allan Gardens. George is a nod to that legacy. Boasting large outdoor spaces, a beautiful courtyard, immaculate landscaping and leafy park views, it’s a place that would have made George Leslie proud.
LIVING IN LESLIEVILLE
The green and white Leslieville street signs that run along Queen Street were installed in 1987. These historic markers are symbolic of a renewed interest and pride in Leslieville among the residents of this quiet east end neighbourhood. Leslieville, still feels very much like a small village. It’s cozy houses, quaint stores, and tree lined streets, seem surprisingly serene and peaceful considering Leslieville’s close proximity to downtown Toronto.
This development is located in park heaven, with 3 parks and 7 recreation facilities within a 15 min walk.
Facilities within a 15 min walk