Downtown Guelph has always been a desirable place to live. Rich with culture, history and amenities, many people call downtown Guelph their home.
Downtown is bordered by Wellington St. E. to the south, Woolwich St. to the East, Dublin St. to the west and Norwich St. to the North. Downtown Guelph is known for its distinctive limestone architecture and heritage buildings. Many of Guelph’s historically designated properties are in or near the downtown area. If you’re looking for a century home, downtown Guelph is where you’ll probably want to start your search.
A few of the main attractions in downtown Guelph include the Basilica of Our Lady, the Petrie Building, the Guelph Armoury, the covered bridge and the Sleeman Centre arena, home of the Guelph Storm junior hockey team.
In recent years, part of the downtown has been developed into high rise condo towers. These developments haven proven popular and bring more people into the downtown core. As urban infill continues, there are more and more of these developments designed to bring more people into downtown Guelph in more affordable ways.
Central PS – JK-6
Willow Road PS – 7-8
John McCrae PS – French Immersion – JK-8
Guelph CVI – 9-12
College Heights SS – 9-12
John F Ross CVI – French Immersion – 9-12
Holy Rosary Catholic School – JK-8
Sacred Heart Catholic School – IB Programme – JK-8
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic High School – 9-12
Downtown Guelph Business Association