Toronto Neighbourhoods

  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 1

    Cabbagetown

    It has its own Shopping Area, Park and Schools. The Riverdale Park is the centre of everything with a market, festivals and other activities.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 2

    Caledon

    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.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 3

    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.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 4

    Riverdale

    Whether you live-to-eat or eat-to-live, it is hard to beat Riverdale and the great Danforth!
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 5

    Rosedale

    This Downtown neighborhood is starting to be filled with new voices, young families and caring neighbours.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 6

    Waterfront

    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.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 7

    Yonge Street Corridor

    Centrally situated, this neighbourhood includes grand Victorian and Edwardian homes on east-west streets accessible to the subway and shopping.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 8

    Church and Wellesley

    You are within easy access to subways, shopping, eating and partying.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 9

    Bloor West Village

    You can find anything and anyone walking the high street, enjoying the bakeries, restaurants, gyms, shops and community events.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 10

    Parkdale

    Parkdale has great proximity to a lot of what is great about Toronto and some of the best Victorian homes in the city.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 11

    The Beaches

    To locals in the Queen and Woodbine area, it is The Beach. Only the uninitiated call it The Beaches.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 12

    Leslieville

    Close proximity to downtown, great shopping and restaurants, 24-hour streetcars and easy access to the Beach.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 13

    The Annex

    The Annex is central to Toronto’s thriving communities while offering an electricity and personality of its own.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 14

    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.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 15

    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.
  • Toronto Neighbourhoods 16

    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.

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