North of Newtonbrook East is Steeles Avenue East, and to the south is Finch Avenue East. Bayview Avenue is to the east, while Yonge Street is to the west.
The Newtonbrook East neighbourhood has a high percentage of pre-retirement people (13%) and seniors (18%). It has a low percentage of families with children and working age people. It has a very diverse population, with many different languages and cultures. The top non-official languages are Persian (Farsi) and Korean and residents’ top ethnic origins are Chinese, Iranian, Korean, English, and Italian. The median after-tax household income in this neighbourhood is $54,195, compared to Toronto’s average of $52,149. The total major crime incidents rate is 167 per 10,000 people per year.
Newtonbrook East has a high number of single-family homes (47%), high-rise apartments (42%), and duplexes (5%). Home values in this neighbourhood are $626,626, compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000. The neighbourhood is transit-friendly.
Enjoy a shopping trip to Centerpoint Mall and Bayview Village Shopping Centre (4 km away). Food Basics is the nearest grocery store, while Rona is only 3 km away. Neighbourhood parks afford space for residents to enjoy such as Caswell Park, Gustav Parkette, Laredo Park, Lillian Park, Aneta Circle Parkette, Silverview Park, Maxome Park, Newton Parkette, Newtonbrook Park, and Pemberton Parkette. North York General Hospital is within the area, while North York Central Library and Douglas Snow Aquatic Centre are very close to each other and located 3 km away from the neighbourhood.
Take HWY 401 and HWY 404, located 5 to 6 km away from the neighbourhood. You could also take the subway to Finch Station or the GO to GO Old Cummer, 4 km away.
Landmarks in Newtonbrook East North York
Major landmarks of this neighbourhood include Finch Station, St. John's Rehab at Sunnybrook, Newtonbrook Plaza, and Jeong Hye Buddhist Temple.
Schools and Childcare in Newtonbrook East North York
Elementary schools in Newtonbrook East are Lillian Public School, Cummer Valley Middle School, and St. Agnes Catholic School; while Brebeuf College School in the nearest secondary school. Children can be dropped off for the day at neighbourhood childcare centres, including Kaleidoscope Preschool Satellite Program, Kaleidoscope Preschool Resource Centre, and Toronto French Montessori School.