North of Clanton Park is Sheppard Avenue West and to the south is HWY 401. Bathurst Street is on the east side, while Wilson Heights Blvd. is to the west.
Clanton Park is a high growth neighbourhood with a high rate of families with children (15%) and a low rate of families with youth, working age, and pre-retirement people. The top non-official languages are Tagalog (Filipino) and Italian, while top ethnic origins are Filipino, Jewish, Italian, and Polish. While Toronto’s median after-tax household income is $52,149, Clanton Park’s median is $54,498. The total major crime incidents in the neighbourhood are 199 per 10,000 people per year.
Clanton Park has a very high number of single-detached houses (44%), low-rise apartment buildings (23%0, and duplexes (10%) compared to the City of Toronto average. Home values in the neighbourhood are $605,585, slightly higher than the City of Toronto average of $600,000. Clanton Park has one of the lowest amounts of green space in the GTA.
You can shop to your heart’s content at Yorkdale Shopping Centre or Bayview Village Shopping Centre, located 4 km and 7 km away. Neighbourhood grocery stores are Costco Wholesale, and Walmart and Real Canadian Superstore are located 5 km and 6 km away. You can visit neighbourhood parks such as Joey SwirskyParkette, Touraine Parkette, McAllister Park, Midvale Parkette, Wilson Heights Park, Ellison Park, Champlain Parkette, Clanton Park, DelahayeParkette, and Balmoral Park. Near the neighbourhood, you’ll find North York General Hospital, 5 km away, Armour Heights Library, 3 km away, and Northview Heights Secondary School’s swimming pool, 4 km away.
HWY 401 and Allen Road passes through the neighbourhood and HWY 400 and Jane Street is 9 km away. This area is served by two subway stations:DownsviewStation and WilsonStation. The nearest GO station is GO York University, located 8 km away.
Landmarks in Clanton North York
Schools and Childcare in Clanton North York
Elementary schools include Faywood Arts-Based Curriculum School, Dublin Heights Elementary and Middle School, and St. Robert Catholic School. Childcare centres in the neighbourhood include Dublin Heights Community Child Care, Montessori Jewish Day School of Toronto, Menorah Nursery, and St. Robert School Age YMCA.