North of Lawrence Park North is Brooke Avenue to Rosedale Golf Club, and to the south is Lawrence Avenue West. Riverview Drive is to the east, while Elm Road is to the west.
Lawrence Park North neighbourhood has no population diversity and a very high percentage of families with children (23%). The top non-official languages in the area are Italian and Korean and top ethnic origins are English, Scottish, Irish, and German. The median after-tax household income of people in this neighbourhood is $103,660, very high compared to Toronto’s $52,149. The neighbourhood has a very high number of educated people with at least post-secondary education and one of the lowest crime rates at 97 crimes per 10,000 people per year.
Lawrence Park North has a very high number of single-family homes (57%), low-rise apartments (18%) and semi-detached houses (16%). The neighbourhood has some of the highest home prices in the Greater Toronto Area averaging around $980,831, compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000. It also has one of the lowest amounts of green space in the GTA.
YongeEglinton Centre, Yorkdale Shopping Centre, and Bayview Village Shopping Centre are the closest malls. Metro is the closest grocery store, while Walmart is located 6 km away. Parks in the neighbourhood include Wanless Park, Woburn Avenue Playground, Yonge Boulevard Parkette, and George MilbrandtParkette. Within the neighbourhoodareLocke Library, and Bedford Park Community Centre, while Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre is 3 km away.
HWY 401 and its Yonge Street exit pass thought the centre of the neighbourhood. HWY 404 is about 10 km away. The nearest subway station is Lawrence Station, and the nearest GO station is GO Oriole, located 7 km away.
Landmarks in Lawrence Park North North York
The major landmarks in the neighbourhood are Lawrence Station, Walness Park Tennis Club, Bedford Park Post Office,Locke Library, City Academy, and Covenant Baptist Church.
Schools and Childcare in Lawrence Park North North York
Children can attend Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, Bedford Park Public School, or John Wanless Junior Public School. Younger children can attend the many childcare centres, including Wunderkind Learning Centre, Yes I Can Nursery School of Toronto, ABC Academy, Fairlawn Preschool, BeezKneez Nursery School, John Wanless Child Care, Ranleigh Rascals, Ridley Orchard School, North Toronto Early Years Learning Centre, and North Yonge Infant Nursery.