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The midtown enclave is a old community charm. Along the commercial section of Mt Pleasant Ave are numerous boutiques and quiet restaurants. It is also a good place for antique hunting.

Central to the area is Mount Pleasant Cemetery, home to the burial site of prominent Canadians such as Timothy Eaton, and William Lyon Mackenzie King.

Mount Pleasant Village

The Mount Pleasant Business Improvement Area (BIA) was established in 2008. It is the association of local business owners, on Mount Pleasant Road between Eglinton and Davisville. It has well over 200 vibrant shops, services and restaurants in the heart of uptown Toronto located along Mount Pleasant Road. The BIA strives to ensure the local business flourish and grow together while revitalizing our local community. Official association with the City of Toronto makes BIAs like us eligible for amazing incentive opportunities such as the Streetscape Improvement, Building Facade Improvement and Mural Programs to name a few. The goal of the Mount Pleasant BIA is to unify and beautify our community while continuing to offer the best in services, shopping, dining and much, much more. Since its humble beginnings the BIA has succeeded in publishing the first-ever Mount Pleasant Business Directory and in setting up of a website for the BIA. The street beautification project that is now underway is gradually transforming the landscape of the Mount Pleasant Village to a more eye catching one.

Mount Pleasant BIA has some of Toronto’s finest restaurants and cafes, wonderful food shops that are ready to entice patrons with anything from fresh produce to delicious baked goods. A diverse and eclectic assortment of boutique stores is sure to have virtually everything that customers would need for their own consumption, for their children or to be presented to their friends and family. There are plenty of magnificent spas and salons to enjoy, and the many knowledgeable health care professionals are ready to provide their expert advice to clients of all walks of life. Whether it is to see a movie, take a course, go to the library or drop off your dry cleaning Mount Pleasant Village is the right place to be. A number of public and privately owned car parks with the metered parking slots on the street ands limited parking facilities in the by-lanes are ensuring the convenience of motorists visiting the Mount Pleasant Village. The area is also easily accessible by TTC.

To learn more about the Mount Pleasant Village please visit [1].

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