Markham Street Toronto - Mirvish Village
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Panoramic photo by DigitalProperties.ca - Bryan Groulx PRO EXPERT Taken 20:11, 16/07/2009 - Views loading...

Markham Street Toronto - Mirvish Village

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Mirvish Village is a commercial enclave in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located on Markham Street, which is one block west of Bathurst Street, and encompasses the two sides of the street for one block south of Bloor Street. It is located within the Palmerston-Little Italy neighbourhood, within the "Old" City of Toronto.

This strip of commercial venues includes a handful of pleasant cafe's and 2 incredibly famous local video stores... Suspect Video and Vintage Video.

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