Bay Street Corridor

Located between University Avenue and Yonge Street and Bloor St and Front Street is one of the city’s busiest North-South arteries. The area attracts many who work in the financial district as well as those who work in the nearby hospitals and schools.


Considered east of downtown, the Beaches is one of the few neighbourhoods with a long stretch of coast. The main commercial stretch is a thriving centre in the summer with a small-town feel that is enjoyed year-round

Bedford Park – Nortown

The Bedford Park-Nortown neighbourhood is a popular and established North York community. What was once a middle class residential area north of the city is now a bustling neighbourhood filled with cafes and restaurants.


Blake-Jones is home to a couple of small parkettes as well as the TTC Greenwood Yard, and has a quaint residential feel with a strong community spirit. The area is dotted with restaurants and grocery stores, has a strong Muslim community at the north end, where the 25,000-square-foot Madina Masjid mosque is also located.

Casa Loma

Running from St Clair Avenue down to Rosedale and from Spadina over to Bathurst, the Casa Loma neighbourhood gets its name from its most prominent building.

Corso Italia-Davenport

Stretching from Caledona Park Road in the west to Delaware Avenue in the east, and sandwiched around St. Clair Avenue W. from Rogers Road in the north to Davenport in the south, Corso Italia is Little Italy's little sister--but without the martini bars.

Dufferin Grove

Located in the west end of Toronto's central core lies Dufferin Grove, bordered by Bloor Street West to the north, Ossington Ave to the east, College Street to the south, and Dufferin Street to the west


Just east of downtown, the Greenwood-Coxwell neighbourhood is a popular spot for families and young professionals due to its proximity and accessibility to the city centre and the nearby communities of Leslieville and The Beaches.

High Park

This neighbourhood is rich in natural landscape and encompasses one of the most established and desirable areas of the city. Mature trees, serene lakes and leafy ravines fill High Park, which at over 160 acres is Toronto’s largest and is the most prominent feature of this area.

High Park North

Situated beneath the Junction and east of Runnymede-Bloor West Village, High Park North is the primarily residential area above High Park itself. It is bordered by Bloor St on the south, Runnymede Rd in the west and railway tracks in the east, and covers up to Annette St and Humberside Ave in the north.


Humewood-Cedarvale is a wealthy family-oriented neighbourhood that sits between Oakwood Village and Forest Hill South. Undoubtedly the biggest jewel of the area is Cedarvale Park, a tree-filled 35 acres with a stunning ravine, which bisects the neighbourhood and is brimming with activities for all ages.

Lawrence Park North

The city of Toronto divides Lawrence Park into two geographies, North and South. The Lawrence Park North encompasses the neighbourhoods better known as Bedford Park, Wanless Park and Teddington Park.

Lawrence Park South

Bordered by Yonge Street to the west and Bayview Avenue to the east and from Blythwood Ravine on the south to Lawrence Avenue on the north, Lawrence Park South also includes the area west of Avenue south to Eglinton Avenue.


Located in the centre of the city lies the quiet neighbourhood of Leaside. This leafy area, first settled in the mid 1800's, is one of the city's premier areas for upper middle class families who value this established and safe community as the perfect place to raise their families.

Little Portugal

Bounded on the west by Lansdowne Avenue, on the north by College Street, on the east by Ossington Avenue and on the south by the Canadian Pacific Railway and Canadian National Railway CNR/CPR mainline railway tracks.

Moss Park

The residential neighbourhood of Moss Park was named after the green plant that was once prevalent. The area encompasses parts of more well-established.

Mt. Pleasant East

Davisville is a bustling and amazingly diversified neighbourhood with a real sense of community. With shops and services on the three major north-south intersections: Yonge Street, Mount-Pleasant and Bayview.

Mt. Pleasant West

Davisville is a bustling and amazingly diversified neighbourhood with a real sense of community. With shops and services on the three major north-south intersections: Yonge Street, Mount-Pleasant and Bayview.


Located along and south of King Street West, bordered by Strachan Avenue to the west, Bathurst Street to the east, and the railway corridor to the south, and so named because Niagara Street runs through the centre of it.

North Riverdale

Riverdale is a large area in the east end of Toronto that encompasses many smaller neighbourhoods. In the broadest sense, Riverdale runs from the Don Valley Parkway east to Pape Avenue, and south from Danforth Avenue to Gerrard Avenue.


Formerly part of the City of York, Oakwood-Vaughan is a bustling multicultural neighbourhood running from Saint Clair Avenue West, in the south to Eglington Avenue West, in the north, Dufferin Avenue, in the west and Winette and Arlington Avenues in the east.

Palmerston – Little Italy

The large central neighbourhood of Palmerston–Little Italy, located between Bathurst Street to the east, Bloor Street to the north, Dovercourt Road to the west and College Street to the south, is a primarily mature downtown neighbourhood.

Regent Park

Regent Park runs from Parliament to Don Valley and Gerrard to Queen. It's home to Toronto's oldest and largest housing project but new facilities and loft spaces are beginning to draw a different demographic.


Roncesvalles is a leafy, family-oriented neighbourhood with roots as a Polish community but a population that is increasingly becoming characterized by young families and professionals.

Rosedale – Moore Park

With its many ravines and convoluted street routes, Rosedale-Moore Park is known for its low levels of vehicular traffic. Of course that is not all that makes this one of Toronto's most sought after neighbourhoods.

South Parkdale

South Parkdale is gradually gentrifying, with vintage stores and independent eateries whose lineups fill the sidewalk, and an authentic thriving music scene. On the side streets Victorian houses, often renovated, are plentiful, as are larger apartment complexes.

South Riverdale

South Riverdale is located in the south-east part of Toronto and is bounded by The Don Valley to the west, and Greenwood to the East, and lies south of Gerrard.

The Annex

The Annex, bounded by Dupont Street to the north, south to Bloor Street, west to Bathurst Street and east to Avenue Road also includes the neighbourhoods of Seaton Village, parts of Koreatown and Yorkville.

The Junction

Named so because it is near where four Toronto railway lines meet, The Junction was once a manufacturing community and many of the industrial architecture remains, but has now been turned into artists’ studios and loft spaces.

Trinity Bellwoods

Located between College Street on the north and Queen Street West on the south and between Bathurst and Dovercourt lays the neighbourhood of Trinity Bellwoods, which also forms part of the West-Queen-West district.


The University area is highly characterized by the architecture and community of the University of Toronto. It is an affluent, well-connected, bike-friendly neighbourhood.

Waterfront Communities – C1

Almost impossible to define, the sprawling neighbourhood of Waterfront communities, located south of Queen Street between Bathurst and York, encompasses the sub-areas of the King West Theatre District, The Club District, The Fashion District, and Harbourfront.

Waterfront Communities – C8

With a walking score of 92 this is one of Toronto’s communities most easily accessible by foot and while there is constant discussion about lake-front revitalization projects, there’s already plenty to take advantage of down at the water’s edge and in the surrounding pockets.

Woodbine Corridor

A narrow rectangle running from Coxwell Ave in the west, to Woodbine Ave in the east, from Queen St and Kingston Rd in the south to the Danforth Ave in the north, the Woodbine Corridor sits directly northeast of the beaches and is one of the neighbourhoods that forms the Upper Beaches.


Founded as an artists’ colony in the late 1800s, the community of Wychwood has long been a creative hub. The community retains a friendly, artistic feel, with markets and studios, and independently owned food and drink gems.


Yonge and Eglinton, once a part of the old Town of North Toronto, is also affectionately known as “Yonge and Eligible” thanks to the 20-something crowds that settled into the low and high-rise apartment buildings in the 70’s and 80’s.