St. George-Grosvenor is a small neighbourhood in the Old North area, along the banks of the Thames River at Gibbons Park. The neighbourhood streets feature mature trees, and the housing is defined by large, historic homes, small walk-up apartment buildings, as well as a couple large high rise apartments. The Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care at St. Joseph’s Hospital is also located in the neighbourhood. The neighbourhood is located close to downtown and the many shops, businesses and restaurants of Richmond Row. Cherry Hill Mall is also nearby.
The neighbourhood is home to Gibbons Park, one of London’s premier parks. Gibbons has a major stretch of the Thames Valley Parkway running through it, and has a pedestrian bridge spanning the river connecting to Waldorf Park and the University Heights neighbourhood. Gibbons Park also has tennis courts, an outdoor pool, spray pad, play structure, and a picnic shelter.
There are no schools in the neighbourhood. Students in St. George-Grosvenor attend Ryerson, St. George’s, or St. Michael elementary schools, and Central, H.B. Beal, or Catholic Central secondary schools.
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St. George Grosvenor Neighbourhood Association
St. George-Grosvenor Neighbourhood Association was formed in 1980 as a non-profit, member-run, volunteer organization dedicated to retaining the residential nature and composition of the neighbourhood, conserving its inherent beauty and character, preserving its historical importance within Old North London, and representing the common interests of its residents.