A Unique Street. A Shared Heritage.

Draper is a cherished enclave, nestled in the heart of Toronto, that stands as a tangible expression of our City's rich history. Boasting rare Edwardian architecture, and pre-dating the invention of the bulb, Draper has been recognized for decades a "street lost in time".

Officially designated a heritage district in 1997, the character of this remarkable Community is now challenged by some of the most ambitious land developments in Toronto.

It’s only 28 houses, but is a tour de force when it comes to character
— Andrea Gordon, Toronto Star