North of Briar Hill-Belgravia neighbourhood is Briar Hill Avenue to the C.N. Railway, and south of the neighbourhood is Eglinton Avenue West. Marlee Avenue passes on the east side while the C.N. Railway is to the west.
The Briar Hill-Belgravia neighbourhood has a slightly higher population of working age people (49%). Among other GTA neighbourhoods the number of families with children or youth and seniors in the neighbourhood is slightly low.
There is a diverse population in the Briar Hill-Belgravia neighbourhood, with different languages and cultures. The top non-official languages are Tagalog (Filipino) and Portuguese. Top ethnic origins are Filipino, Portuguese, Italian, and English. The median after-tax household income in the neighbourhood is $48,395 compared to Toronto’s average of $52,149. Total major crime incidents in the neighbourhood are 181 per 10,000 people per year.
The Briar Hill-Belgravia neighbourhood has a higher number of low-rise apartments (20%), duplexes (7%), and single-detached houses (28%). Home values in the neighbourhood are low at $373,937 compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000. The neighbourhood has very busy streets with a high road volume. It barely has any trees, and residents often visit the adjacent neighbourhood for park use.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre and Dufferin Mall are located 3.4 km and 5.3 km away from the centre of the Briar Hill-Belgravia neighbourhood. Sobeys is the nearest grocery store in the neighbourhood while Walmart is located 4 km away. Parks in the neighbourhood include J.T. Watson Park and Walter Saunders Memorial Park. Shchuka Library is close (2 km) and provides a convenient place to get books. Enjoy a swim at the Vaughan Road Academy, located 2 km away. Humber River Regional Hospital is the closest Hospital at 3 km away.
HWY 401 and Dufferin Street is the nearest highway, located 4 km away. HWY 400 and Jane Street is located 7 km away. There are two nearby subway stations: Eglinton West Station and Glencairn Station, while the nearest GO stationsare GO Bloor and Go Weston located about 5 to 6 km away.
Landmarks in Briar Hill Belgravia North York
Major landmarks in this neighbourhood include York Beltline Trail, Bonnie Gordon College of Confectionery Arts.
Schools and Childcare in Briar Hill Belgravia North York
Elementary schools in the Briar Hill-Belgravia neighbourhood are Fairbank Public School, St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School, Sts. Cosmas and Damian Catholic School, and Fairbank Memorial Community School. The main childcare centre in this neighbourhood is A B C Day Nursery.