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Sheltered Housing & Accommodation George Barton Street

George Barton Street is a historic street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Named after prominent Torontonian George Barton, the street dates back to the mid-19th century and is a popular tourist destination. The street is lined with numerous historical and cultural attractions, including the Gladstone Hotel, a National Historic Site, and the Royal Ontario Museum. The street is also home to several parks, including Trinity Bellwoods Park and Alexandra Park, as well as galleries, music venues, and cafes. For seniors, George Barton Street is an attractive destination due to its numerous senior housing options, medical facilities, and community events. The street is home to several retirement residences, providing seniors with a safe and comfortable living environment. Additionally, the street is home to a variety of medical facilities, such as pharmacies, dentists, and walk-in clinics. Finally, George Barton Street hosts a variety of events, such as concerts and festivals, providing seniors with a great opportunity to socialize and explore the area

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