Wilson Avenue near Labatt's Park. Dude, it's  the oldest continually operating baseball grounds in the world, with a history dating back to 1877, and you could hear the crack of the bat from your front porch.  'Nuff said!

Wilson Avenue near Labatt's Park. Dude, it's the oldest continually operating baseball grounds in the world, with a history dating back to and you could hear the crack of the bat from your front porch. 'Nuff said!

Park Towers Apartments: Nestled in the nook of Wortley Village and surrounding area and cousin to One Grosvenor Gate. But "where Grosvenor adores a minuet, the ballet russes, and crepe suzette; Park Tower loves to rock & roll, a hot dog makes her lose control" -- You get the idea.

Check for available units at Park Towers Apartments in London, ON. Make Park Towers Apartments your new home.

Grosvenor Gate - "We like to call it our 'Gig Young' model."

Grosvenor Gate - "We like to call it our 'Gig Young' model.

One Grosvenor Gate - What do ya' get when you mix an expiring generation and rent controlled living?  Really high end inexpensive cool apartments!

One Grosvenor Gate - What do ya' get when you mix an expiring generation and rent controlled living? Really high end inexpensive cool apartments!

The Adelaide Apartments on the corner of Cheapside and Adelaide. It was my parents first apartment in 1949 and it's still there today.

The Adelaide Apartments on the corner of Cheapside and Adelaide. It was my parents first apartment in 1949 and it's still there today.

Stanley Street (off of Wharncliffe) - "Stanley Strip" I liked to call it 'cause I lived at # 77. Get it!? (It never caught on.) I lived here in my 'Gig Young' days in the 1990's.  Close to downtown, soho and the parks this is a spunky li'l street that's largely over looked because of a bad rep for ghettoizing by student housing and a few halfway houses.  Yeah, so ya' see a guy walking down the street with his pants down occasionally. Like you haven't seen that before.

Stanley Street (off of Wharncliffe) - "Stanley Strip" I liked to call it 'cause I lived at # 77. Get it!? (It never caught on.) I lived here in my 'Gig Young' days in the 1990's. Close to downtown, soho and the parks this is a spunky li'l street that's largely over looked because of a bad rep for ghettoizing by student housing and a few halfway houses. Yeah, so ya' see a guy walking down the street with his pants down occasionally. Like you haven't seen that before.

Men's Mission on York Street. Yes, they  provide much needed emergency shelter for those who struggle with poverty and homelessness - but the food there is great too!

Men's Mission on York Street. Yes, they provide much needed emergency shelter for those who struggle with poverty and homelessness - but the food there is great too!


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