Corso Italia is a neighborhood located in Toronto, between Landsdowne Avenue and Westmount Avenue.
The area is well known for its variety of restaurants, clothing stores, cafes, and food markets. Along with this, it is one of the most popular Italian neighborhoods in Toronto, second to only Little Italy.
In addition to a large number of Italian residents, Corso Italia is home to a significant Latin American and Portuguese population.
Corso Italia is the eastern half of a community that was previously known as Earlscourt, which was originally established in 1906.
During the 1950’s, a large number of Italian immigrants made their way to the area and many of these people, as well as their families, still make their home here.
There are many styles of homes located throughout Corso Italia, most of which were developed from the 1950’s forward.
In addition to detached properties, many buyers, especially those who are moving to the area for the first time, focus on semi-detached homes.