Morrison Avenue is north of the Corso Italia-Davenport neighbourhood while Davenport Road is to the south. Oakwood Avenue is to the east while Caledonia Park Road is to the west.
Corso Italia-Davenport has a high number of working age people (48%) and a low number of pre-retirement people and families with children. Top non-official languages in the neighbourhood are Portuguese and Italian while the top ethnic origins are Portuguese, Italian, English, and Irish. Residents make a median of $56,345 of after-tax household income, compared to Toronto’s $52,149. The total major crime incidents in the neighbourhood are 192 per 10,000 people per year.
The neighbourhood has a very high number of low-rise apartments (37%), semi-detached houses (26%), and duplexes (9%) compared to the City of Toronto. Home prices are $502,819 compared to the City of Toronto’s average of $600,000.
You can enjoy a shopping trip at Dufferin Mall or Hazelton Lanes, located 3 km and 6 km away respectively. Pick up your weekly groceries at No Frills, FreshCo or Metro, while Walmart is 3 km away. The only park in the neighbourhood is Earlscourt Park. Humber River Regional Hospital is 5 km away while Dufferin/St. Clair Library is within the neighbourhood. Finally, take a dip in the pool at Joseph J. Piccininni Community Centre.
HWY 401 and Dufferin Street is 6 km away, while HWY 400 and Jane Street is 7 km away. Grab the subway at Lansdowne Station, Ossington Station orDufferin Station, all located nearby; or take the GO at GO Bloor, 3 km away.
Landmarks in Corsa Italia Daven Etobicoke
Nearby landmarks include Dufferin/St. Clair Library and Prospect Cemetery.
Schools and Childcare in Corsa Italia Daven Etobicoke
The neighbourhood elementary schools are Regal Road Junior Public School and Stella Maris Catholic School, and secondary schools are Oakwood Collegiate Institute and Loretto College.Children can be looked after at YMCA Beatrice House, Ascot Day Care, Hughes Child Care Centre, and St. Chad’s Day Nursery.