There are a lot of nice little shops and coffee stalls here. The old houses here are interesting. The area is not very well maintained everywhere so be aware of where you are and when you are wandering around. It is interesting to find out the changes that have been made with the changing times here.
This neighbourhood is the hardship of life, because the house is special, so there will be tourists to visit. I feel that their foreign school districts are really mature and the green buildings are very beautiful. Each house is different and has its own characteristics.
The cabbage area was originally an area where cabbage was grown. The residents were middle and lower working class. Therefore, the buildings here did not have the luxury and magnificence of the rich areas. It formed a niche architectural style with Victorian characteristics. Now the streets here are gradually Evolved into a dense commercial street.
A very distinctive area, all of which are short brick houses. It is said that during the Industrial Revolution, Irish immigrants moved here because they could not afford to live in the urban area. Housewives planted cabbage and potatoes, so it was called the cabbage area. After 1950 After reconstruction, the slums became characteristic streets, and now many restaurants and shops are here, making it a very popular attraction in Toronto.
The cabbage area is a relatively unaffordable place in the local area. It is densely populated and most things are very cheap.
The poor housing estates of the time have been developed completely differently now. The townhouse block, surrounded by green trees in front of the house, is very suitable for strolling.