Keelesdale-Eglinton West is south of Eglinton Avenue West, north of Rowntree Avenue, west of the C.N. Railway, and east of the C.N.R/C.P. Railway.
The Keelesdale-Eglinton West neighbourhood has a low population, and the number of families with children (16%) and seniors (15%) is slightly higher than the City of Toronto, while number of working age people is slightly lower. The top non-official languages are Portuguese and Italian, and top ethnic origins are Portuguese, Italian, Filipino, Vietnamese, and East Indian. This neighbourhood has a median after-tax household income of $45,058, which is lower than Toronto’s average of $52,149. The Keelesdale-Eglinton West neighbourhood has a higher crime rate than similar neighbourhoods in the GTA at 266 per 10,000 people per year.
The Keelesdale-Eglinton West neighbourhood has a high number of single-detached houses (44%), low-rise apartments (26%), semi-detached houses (10%), and duplexes (10%). Compared to similar neighbourhoods in GTA, this neighbourhood has a low number of high-rise apartment buildings and no row houses. Home values here are $373,029, lower than the City of Toronto average of $600,000. This neighbourhood also has very little traffic on its streets.
Take a trip to Dufferin Mall or Yorkdale Shopping Centre 7 km away. Grocery stores in the area include No Frills, and Walmart is 3 km away. Relax at neighbourhood parks: Haverson Park, Keelesdale North Park,Keelesdale South Park, and Regent Park – Etobicoke. Also located in and around the neighbourhoodis Humber River Regional Hospital, Evelyn Gregory Library, and Centennial Recreation Centre.
HWY 401’s main exits nearby are Dufferin Street and Keele Street, while HWY 400 is located 5 km away. Grab the subway at Dundas West Station, 5 km away. There are a number of options to catch the GO – GO Bloor is to the south of the neighbourhood, while GO Weston is to the north.
Landmarks in Keelesdale Eglinton Etobicoke
Major landmarks in the neighbourhood are George Harvey Collegiate Institute, York Civic Centre, and Evelyn Gregory Library.
Schools and Childcare in Keelesdale Eglinton Etobicoke
Elementary schools include St. Matthew Catholic School, Silverthorn Community School, and Keelesdale Junior Public School. George Harvey Collegiate Institute is the neighbourhood’s secondary school. Childcare centres within the neighbourhood are Network Child Care Services – Just Kids Child Care Centre, Macaulay Child Development – Regent Street, Macaulay Child Development Centre – Keelesdale Junior Public School, and George Harvey Child Care Centre.