Caramanna Friedberg LLP accepts criminal clients from the Rosedale-Moore Park neighbourhood.
The neighbourhood, Rosedale-Moore Park is located in the central part of Toronto. The neighbourhood boundary for Rosedale-Moore Park starts where Yonge Street intersects with a property line that cuts through Mount Pleasant Cemetery. The boundary follows this property line East to Moore Avenue. At Moore Avenue, the boundary continues East to Beltline Trail. The boundary follows the Beltline Trail South to the Don Valley Brick Works Trail. The boundary then follows the Don Valley Brick Works Trail South-East to a property line located between Bayview Avenue and the Don Valley Parkway. The boundary then continues East along the property line to the Don River. Once the boundary meets the Don River, the boundary then continues South along the Don River until it intersects with the Prince Edward Viaduct. At the Prince Edward Viaduct the boundary continues West where the Prince Edward Viaduct eventually turns into Bloor Street East. The boundary continues West on Bloor Street East to Yonge Street. At the Yonge Street and Bloor Street East intersection, the boundary follows Yonge Street North, back to the property line in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.