North of the High Park North neighbourhood is Humberside Avenue to Annette Street; south of the neighbourhood is Bloor Street West. The C.N.R/C.P. Railway is to the east, while Runnymede Road passes to the west.
High Park North is very crowded and the number of working age people is very high (54%). Top non-official languages are Polish and Russian, while top ethnic origins are English, Irish, Scottish, and German. Median after-tax household income for residents in the neighbourhood is $52,827, very close to Toronto’s $52,149. The total major crime incidents rate in the neighbourhood is 145 per 10,000 people per year.
The High Park North neighbourhood has a high number of high-rise apartment buildings (57%) and low-rise apartments (19%), and a very low number of single-detached houses, semi-detached houses, duplexes, and row houses. Home values in this neighbourhood are $609,689 very close to the City of Toronto average of $600,000. It also has a low level of green space and not many trees.
Get some shopping done at Dufferin Mall or Hazelton Lanes, which is located 6 km away. The nearest grocery store is FreshCo, and Walmart is close to High Park North. Parks in the neighbourhood are plentiful and include Glenlake Square, Humberside Grounds, Kennedy – Margdon Parkette, Lithuania Park, Parkview Gardens Parkette, Ravina Gardens, Chelsea Avenue Playground, and Bennett Park. St. Joseph’s Health Centre is a close drive away, and Runnymede and Annette libraries are located within the neighbourhood. Annette Community Recreation Centre is in the area for exciting community events.
The nearest highway Gardiner Expressway is about 5 km away. There are a number of close subway stations to use, including Runnymede, Dundas West, High Park, and KeeleStations. Grab the GO at GO Bloor, located nearby.
Landmarks in High Park N Etobicoke
Major neighbourhood landmarks include Runnymede Library, Runnymede, Dundas West Station, High Park Station, Keele Stations and Humberside Collegiate Institute.
Schools and Childcare in High Park N Etobicoke
Elementary schools in High Park North are St. Cecilia Catholic School, Annette Street Junior and Senior Public School, Runnymede Junior and Senior Public School, and Mountview Alternative Junior School. Secondary schools in the area include Ursula Franklin Academy, Western Technical Commercial School, The Student School, and Humberside Collegiate Institute.
High Park North has a high number of daycare spaces available for residents living in the neighbourhood. Childcare centres include Early Enrichment Day Care, Children's Creative Corner Co-op Nursery School, Keelmount Daycare Centre, Junction Day Care Centre, High Park Early Learning Centre, Sunnyside Day Care Inc., Time For Play Co-operative Nursery School, Teddy Bear Academy, Stepping Stones Day Nursery, and Runnymede Adventure Club.