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Cabbagetown-South St. James Town

Cabbagetown-South St. James Town

Cabbagetown, first established in the mid 1850's gets it's name from the thousands of Irish immigrants who first settled here after fleeing the potato famines of their homeland.

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Moss Park

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

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Regent Park

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.

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Leaside

Leaside

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.

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Parkwoods-Donalda

Parkwoods-Donalda

Parkwoods-Donalda is located in the city of Toronto, a geographically large neighbourhood located just south of Ontario Highway 401, West of Victoria Park Avenue, North of Lawrence Avenue East and east of the Don Valley Parkway.

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Victoria Village

Victoria Village

Victoria Village, sometimes referred to as Sloane (after the main street within the area), is a neighbourhood in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada bounded on the west by the Don Valley, on the north by Lawrence Avenue East, on the east by Victoria Park Avenue, and on the south by Eglinton Avenue East, although there is a small area south of Eglinton to Sunrise Avenue that is sometimes included.[1] It is located in the southeast of the North York district. Its population is diverse in ancestral backgrounds with a larger proportion of South Americans than most of the city.

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Bayview Village

Bayview Village

The area is bordered on the north by Finch Avenue East, on the west by Bayview Avenue, on the east by Leslie Street, and on the south by Highway 401, and also including the grounds of North York General Hospital, east of Leslie in the neighbourhood's southeast corner, according to the City of Toronto's definition

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Blake-Jones

Blake-Jones

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

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Greenwood-Coxwell

Greenwood-Coxwell

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.

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North Riverdale

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.

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South Riverdale

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.

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The Beaches

The Beaches

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

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Woodbine Corridor

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.

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Danforth

Danforth

Pape in the west to Woodbine in the east, from Danforth Avenue up to just north of Milverton Boulevard, the Danforth is a thriving rectangular area that sits either side of the road it is named after. Primarily a Greek neighbourhood, it is filled with residences and plentiful cafes, restaurants and bars. It’s easily accessible via the TTC’s Yonge and Bloor line, with buses catering to north-south transportation. 

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East York

East York

It is separated by the Don River from the former City of Toronto. Traditional East York is southeast of the river, and the neighbourhoods of Leaside, Bennington Heights and densely populated Thorncliffe Park are northwest of the river. The heart of East York is filled with middle-class and working-class homes, with extensive high-rise developments along peripheral major streets and in Crescent Town and Thorncliffe Park.

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Playter Estates-Danforth

Playter Estates-Danforth

What has long been a Greek community is seeing a diversification with young people from all over being drawn to the area.

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Dorset Park

Dorset Park

Dorset Park is located east of the central core, in the former suburb of Scarborough.

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