North of Humbermede is Finch Avenue West and to the south is Sheppard Avenue West. HWY 400 passes along the east while Humber River East Branch is on the west side.
Humbermede neighbourhood is a high growth neighbourhood with a high number of families with children (20%) and youth (14%). It has a diverse population with different languages and cultures. The top non-official languages are Spanish and Italian, and top ethnic origins are East Indian, Italian, Jamaican, and Pakistani. The median after-tax household income for Humbermede is $48,655, slightly lower than Toronto’s $52,149. The total major crime incidents rate is 218 per 10,000 people per year.
The Humbermede neighbourhood has a very high number of semi-detached houses (23%), row houses (9%), and low-rise apartments (23%) compared to the City of Toronto. It has a low number of single-detached houses, high-rise apartments, and duplexes. This neighbourhood has low home prices compared to similar neighbourhoods in Toronto, averaging around $314,721. It has a high level of green space that residents enjoy.
Enjoy shopping at Woodbine Shopping Centre and Vaughan Mills, which is 11 km away. You can buy groceries at No Frills, Food Basics, or Real Canadian Superstore, 5 km away. Walmart is conveniently 6 km away for quick stops. Parks in the Humbermede neighbourhood are Habitant Park, Humber Sheppard Park, Lanyard Park, Lindylou Park, St. Lucie Park, Verobeach Parkette, and Bluehaven Park. Within the neighbourhood are also Humber River Regional Hospital, Woodview Park Library, and Emery Collegiate Institute’s swimming pool.
HWY 400 and Finch Avenue West pass near the neighbourhood while HWY 401 is 6 km away. Take the subway from Downsview Station, 9 km away, or take the GO from GO EtobicokeNorth, 7 km away.
Landmarks in Humber Etobicoke
The major neighbourhood landmarks in the neighbourhood include The Prayer Palace Church and Habitant Arena.
Schools and Childcare in Humber Etobicoke
Elementary schools in the neighbourhood are Gulfstream Public School, Daystrom Public School, and St. Jude Catholic School, and Emery Collegiate Institute is the lone secondary school. Children can be looked after at Emery Early Learning and Child Care Centre, Gulfstream Day Care Centre, George Brown College - Daystrom Childcare Centre, Lori Gardens Centre for Early Learning, and St. Jude Early Learning Centre.