Property Management

1499 Queen St W., Suite 203, Toronto, ON M6R 1A3

We offer indoor plant and green roof maintenance, commercial landscaping and streetscaping services to a wide range of clients: Business Improvement Areas (BIAs), non-profit organizations, hospitals, housing providers and community organizations, from Baby Point to East York.

Able to provide garden design, installation and maintenance.
We are pleased to offer custom proposals for special considerations like high-traffic planting areas, Pollinator Gardens, or watering in drought conditions.
Organic Master Gardener on staff who ensures our methods are environmentally-friendly and sustainable.

Social Value: Parkdale Green Thumb Enterprises provides Horticultural training and employment opportunities to people marginalized by addiction and/or mental illness and homelessness. Unemployment rates are reported to be as high as 85% among our target population. Employment and training engages people in society, improves physical and mental health and reduces dependence on social service programs.

Clients include Enercare Centre (Exhibition Place), YWCA, CAMH, Dundas West BIA, Roncesvalles Village BIA, Parkdale Village BIA, The Junction BIA and Baby Point Gates BIA.  
416-537-9551 x 237
Gateway Linens & Disposal Services
312 Broadview Avenue, Toronto, ON  M4M 2G9

Gateway Linens & Disposal Services will provide:

Full-service laundry operation including pickup and delivery;
Garbage/waste removal and disposal services;
Limited station-to-station moving services;
A commitment to consistent service excellence.

Social Value: Gateway Linens & Disposal Services is a social purpose enterprise of The Salvation Army that provides industrial laundry and garbage (waste management) disposal services. The revenue generated through these services helps to sustain a range of endeavours for the social good. This enterprise serves as an employment retraining program incorporated with structured, individualized case management that supports individuals experiencing marginalization and barriers to employment, notably through homelessness. The ultimate purpose is to serve as a transforming influence in the lives of program participants, providing the opportunity to learn, to grow and to move toward self-reliance.

Clients include City of Toronto Shelter, Support & Housing Administration; The Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters; various shelters, transitional housing, drop-in centres; other social enterprises including CAMH’s Out of This World Café & Catering.


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