North of Bloor and south of Eglinton, Midtown Toronto offers a wealth of housing options. It is a neighborhood offering options for young professionals, young families and executive luxury homes. It is also an outstanding central location for downsizing couples looking for a condo.
A central neighborhood bounded by Eglinton and the 401 offering diverse housing options. Looking for a first home or seeking to move up to a larger house in a great neighborhood you’ll find it in here. One reason it is family friendly, the outstanding school and recreational options for everyone.
A wide range of housing options exist across the many, and diverse, North York neighborhoods. Centrally located in the northern regions of the City of Toronto, North York is served by both the Sheppard Line (Line 3) and the Yonge/University Line (Line 1) subway lines. There are homes of every description within these neighborhoods.
These neighborhoods are where the Old Town of York meets the flourishing modern city of Toronto. Family friendly Cabbagetown neighborhood, revitalized Regent Park, the historic and hip Distillery District are east of Yonge. To west are neighborhoods that reflect Toronto’s diverse ethnic heritage.
This community is east of the DVP and north of the Danforth. This neighborhood, like the rest of the city is under a transformation. Access to the subway from across the district makes this area an attractive option for many people.
Here you’ll find larger properties with suburban character. This district covers a larger area of Toronto. Regardless of your housing needs, this community could provide your solution. Expansion of Toronto’s transit network into Scarborough bodes well for continued appreciation of properties here.
Stretching from the Humber Bay to the 401 these neighborhoods include Mimico, Swansea, York, New Toronto and Weston. Communities in the northern part of this region will soon be served by the Eglinton Crosstown rail line. Areas to the south already have access to the subway and the GO train Lakeshore line.
Stretching from the Humber River to the Mississauga border Etobicoke is home to some of Toronto’s best neighborhoods. Offering a mixture of homes from suburban to urban, Etobicoke offers convenient transit access and proximity to the Airport.