Toronto Neighbourhoods

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    It has its own Shopping Area, Park and Schools. The Riverdale Park is the centre of everything with a market, festivals and other activities.
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    Just north of Toronto and 30-45 minutes from Pearson International airport lies the rolling hills and stately mansions and estates of the Town of Caledon, Ontario.
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    Corktown, Distillery District and Regent Park

    The Toronto area that encompasses Corktown, the Distillery District, and Regent Park is a beautiful and historic part of the city.
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    Whether you live-to-eat or eat-to-live, it is hard to beat Riverdale and the great Danforth!
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    This Downtown neighborhood is starting to be filled with new voices, young families and caring neighbours.
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    If you love new modern construction, want to be by the lake and part of a really interesting vision then you should check out this project.
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    Yonge Street Corridor

    Centrally situated, this neighbourhood includes grand Victorian and Edwardian homes on east-west streets accessible to the subway and shopping.
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    Church and Wellesley

    You are within easy access to subways, shopping, eating and partying.
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    Bloor West Village

    You can find anything and anyone walking the high street, enjoying the bakeries, restaurants, gyms, shops and community events.
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    Parkdale has great proximity to a lot of what is great about Toronto and some of the best Victorian homes in the city.
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    The Beaches

    To locals in the Queen and Woodbine area, it is The Beach. Only the uninitiated call it The Beaches.
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    Close proximity to downtown, great shopping and restaurants, 24-hour streetcars and easy access to the Beach.
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    The Annex

    The Annex is central to Toronto’s thriving communities while offering an electricity and personality of its own.
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    The University of Toronto

    The University of Toronto neighbourhood is stunning. It's steps to Bloor Street, Bay Street and Yonge Street, Toronto’s main street for everything you need.
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    Yonge & Eglinton

    One of the most bustling intersections in midtown Toronto, the Yonge & Eglinton has been identified as one of five Urban Growth Centres in TO.
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    Yonge & Lawrence

    You can find a beautiful area with parks, a short walk away from shops and great schools, and a quick commute to the downtown core at Yonge and Lawrence.