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Village by the Grange

Built in 1978, and named after the historic Grange manor, the Village by the Grange is a mixed-use development bringing together residences, retail establishments and restaurants, as well as the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD). Visitors and residents can access Village by the Grange from either McCaul Street or St. Patrick Street, at various secure entrances between Queen and Dundas. The 7 buildings of M.T.C.C. 607 all have spacious balconies or patios, and interior units face the beautifully landscaped courtyard, which provides access to the outdoor pool and recreation centre.

Village by the Grange brings together a diverse community of residents, tenants and daily visitors. Residents are within a short walking distance of the world-renowned Art Gallery of Toronto, charming Grange Park, quaint Baldwin Street, vibrant Queen Street West, Chinatown, and many other major Toronto destinations and landmarks.

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The Village by the Grange food court is a busy place during lunch time, full of OCAD students, office workers and anyone else who stumbles upon it. Aside from the huge neon sign that hangs above the doors, you might not even know this huge food court at the corner of McCaul and Dundas West existed, right beside the AGO. 

Major Intersection: Dundas Street West and University Avenue

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