1908, 2019

Leslieville Beer Fest 2019

Leslieville Beer Fest

Saturday, August 24, 2019

1:00 – 8:00 pm

The Leslieville Beer Festival returns to Dundas Street East on Saturday, August 24th 2019.

Leslieville will be shutting down Dundas Street East from Logan Ave to Carlaw Ave for a good old fashion street party! Expect local breweries, food venues and artisans.

Your $25 ticket includes a commemorative sampling mug and three beer sample tokens.

Buy tickets here

2019 Brewers

2019 Exhibitors


Can I buy tickets at the door?

  • Yes! There will be tickets available for sale at the front gate

Can I bring my children with me? How about my dog?

  • Of course! We welcome all children complimentary to the festival when accompanied by an adult. Your pups are also welcomed to the event

I lost my tickets, what do I do?

  • Please contact info@leslievillebeerfestival and we will be able to sort you out

What happens if it rains?

  • We are rocking this block party rain or shine! Grab your umbrella and a pair of boots and come join us for some tasty brews!

Can I leave the festival and come back later?

  • Please make sure to see our event staff on exiting the festival to get a wrist band to let you back in.

I need to talk to somebody at the festival!

  • Hit us up at and we’ll get back to you.

Leslieville Beer Festival website

1508, 2019

This is Leslieville

Here’s a look at a few of our favourite places in Leslieville.

Special thanks to Bobbette & Belle, Tiny Record Shop, Good Neighbour, Completo, Hastings Barber Shop & Left Field Brewery for their participation and helping to make Leslieville a great place to call home.


1308, 2019

Leslieville leading home price increase in GTA

“The bounce-back in single-detached home sales is contributing to an uptick in average price, with more than 50 per cent of neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area reporting an increase in detached housing values the first half of 2019, according to a new report released by RE/MAX of Ontario-Atlantic Canada.

Leslieville, Toronto home price increase

RE/MAX examined trends and developments in 65 Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) districts, finding that detached home sales were up in almost 88 per cent of markets, while prices were up in 51 per cent of markets between January and June 2019, compared to the same period one year ago. The 905 area saw the greatest increase in home-buying activity, with all 30/30 areas reporting rising detached home sales, and 43 per cent of 905 communities experiencing price appreciation. Meanwhile in the 416, just 20 of the 35 districts experienced an uptick in sales, while detached home prices increased in 57 per cent of neighbourhoods.

Detached housing is finally back on track, with year-to-date sales almost 17 per cent ahead of last year’s levels, signaling a return to more normal levels of home-buying activity,” says Christopher Alexander, Executive Vice President and Regional Director, RE/MAX of Ontario-Atlantic Canada. “Market share is also climbing, with detached homes now representing 45.7 per cent of all home sales in the Greater Toronto Area, up from 43.1 per cent one year ago.

While greater affordability remains the strongest catalyst in the uptick in detached home sales, RE/MAX has found that location is an equally important component, as first-time and trade-up buyers move to secure prime real estate before values are on the move again.

Leading in terms of percentage increase in the average price of a detached home is E01 in the city’s east end, comprised of North Riverdale, South Riverdale, Blake-Jones and Greenwood-Coxwell, where average price rose 15.2 per cent to $1,378,987.

Second place was claimed by downtown Toronto’s C01 area, which includes Trinity-Bellwoods, Palmerston-Little Italy, Niagara, Little Portugal, Kensington-Chinatown and Dufferin Grove, boasting a 12.8-per-cent increase in average price, bringing values to $1,953,511. Perennial favourite blue chip neighbourhood Leaside and Thorncliffe Park ranked third with an 11.2-per-cent increase in detached housing values to $2,193,747. Rounding out the top five are Scarborough’s E04 (Dorset Park, Wexford- Maryvale, Clairlea-Birchmount, Ionview and Kennedy Park) where price climbed 7.8 per cent to $836,585; and Toronto’s W02 (Junction, High Park North, Runnymede-Bloor West Village, Lambton-Baby Point and Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction) rose 7.1 per cent to $1,410,057.”

Read the full story & check out maps here:

1107, 2019

Thurston Olsen Leslieville Real Estate Update Q2 2019

Summer is here! We hope you’re enjoying this weather️ and finding some time to relax with friends and family. To keep you up to date and informed about the real estate market, we have prepared your Leslieville real estate update for the second quarter of 2019.

Below you will find sales information for April to June 2019 for E01:

Thurston Olsen Real Estate Team Leslieville update Q2 2019

  • 249 homes sold throughout Leslieville from April – June, 2019
    • 43 were detached homes
    • 111 were semi-detached homes
    • 48 were condos
    • 47 were a combination of other home types
  • The average price of a detached home is $1,416,316
  • The average price of a semi-detached home is $1,169,316
  • The average price of a condo is $767,594
  • Homes are on the market an average of 10 days

Click here to view our Leslieville Real Estate Update from Q1 2019.

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