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Queen Broadview Village




Step into Queen Broadview Village and it's not hard to imagine what Riverdale was like a century ago.

Running along Queen Street East, between Don River and Empire Avenue, Queen Broadway Village is the oldest part of Riverdale.

Though the merchandise has changed, many of attractive storefronts have remained the same through the years, with their oversized display windows and ornate detailing.

Stunningly restored turn-of-the-century buildings now house antique and collectible stores, cafes and restaurants, with treats from around the world, high-tech components for home entertainment and business needs and growing wave of art galleries.

Queen Broadway Village is also home to compelling outdoor art installation starting at Queen Street Bridge (over Don River).

"Tine and Clock" theme located there is echoed with "Reflections of Time" sidewalks inlays at Queen and Broadview and completed with steel banners further along Queen at Empire Avenue.

Summertime Festival brings out all ages to enjoy concerts, book and bake sales, displays, street dancing and sidewalk sales.




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