To the north of the Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown neighbourhood is Steeles Avenue West; to the south is West Humber Parkland; to the east is Humber River Recreational Trail and Finch Avenue and Kipling Avenue; and Martin Grove Road is to the west.
The population of Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown is very high. It has a very high number of families with children (23%) and youth (15%), but has very low number of working age people, pre-retirement people, and seniors.
The Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown neighbourhood has a diverse population, with different languages and cultures. The top non-official languages here are Punjabi and Gujarati, and top ethnic origins are East Indian, Jamaican, Iraqi, Somali, and Guyanese. The median after-tax household income in this neighbourhood is $46,986, compared to Toronto $52,149. The total major crime rate in this neighbourhood is 210 incidents per 10,000 people per year.
Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown has a high number of high-rise apartment buildings (62%), row houses (11%), and duplexes (7%). It has a very low number of low-rise apartments, single-detached houses, and semi-detached houses. This neighbourhood has one of the lowest home prices in Toronto averaging around $251,119, compared to the City of Toronto’s $600,000. This is a neighbourhood with the most abundant green space in the GTA.
Take a shopping trip to Woodbine Shopping Centre which is 6 km away. Grab some groceries at No Frills. Also nearby is Canadian Tire on Kipling Avenue. Enjoy a day at the nearby parks, Haimer Park, Highfield Park, Humberview Park, Kay Park, Silverstone Park, Smithfield Park, Masseygrove Park, North Humber Park, North Kipling Park, and Plowshare Park. Etobicoke General Hospital is the closest hospital; Albion Library is the closest library; while Albion Pool & Health Club is the closest swimming pool.
The neighbourhood is surrounded by all main highways: HWY 407, HWY 400, HWY 427, and HWY 401, while the nearest highway is HWY 407. Grab the subway to Downsview Station, 13 km away, or take the GO to GO Etobicoke North, 6 km away.
Landmarks in Mount Olive Silverstone Jamestown Etobicoke
The major neighbourhood landmarks are West Humber Collegiate Institute, The Albion Centre, Albion Library, and St Andrew's Roman Catholic Church.
Schools and Childcare in Mount Olive Silverstone Jamestown Etobicoke
Nearby elementary schools are Elmbank Junior Middle Academy, Greenholme Junior Middle School, Highfield Junior School, John D. Parker Junior School, North Kipling Junior Middle School, and Smithfield Middle School. Secondary schools are North Albion Collegiate Institute and West Humber Collegiate Institute. Children can be watched at neighbourhood childcare centres such as First Stage – North Albion Collegiate Institute, First Stage – West Humber Collegiate Institute, First Stage Child Care Centre, Greenholme – Albion Child Care Centre, Albion Early Learning and Child Care Centre, and St. Andrew Child Care Centre.