North of Milliken is Steeles Avenue East, and south of it is Finch Avenue East. Markham Road is to the east, while Kennedy Road is to the west.
Milliken is one of the highest populated and largest neighbourhoods in the GTA, and has a high number of seniors (16%), pre-retirement people (14%), and families with youth (14%). The neighbourhood has a diverse population, with different languages and cultures. The top non-official languages are Cantonese and Chinese, and the top ethnic origins are Chinese, East Indian, Filipino, and Sri Lankan. Median after-tax household income for people in the neighbourhood is $55,464, slightly higher than Toronto’s $52,149. The total major crime incidents rate is 120 per 10,000 people per year.
The Milliken neighbourhood is home to a very large number of local businesses. This neighbourhood has a high number of single-family homes (50%), row houses (8%), and duplexes (6%), compared to City of Toronto. Home values in this neighbourhood are $387,879, compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000.
Markville Shopping Centre and Scarborough Town Centre are the nearest malls at 6 to 8 km away from Milliken neighbourhood. No Frills is located in the neighbourhood for quick grocery shopping or Walmart is also located nearby. Head to neighbourhood parks for the day: Goldhawk Park, Audrelane Park, Muirlands Park, and Port Royal Park. Also nearby are Scarborough Hospital, Goldhawk Park Library, and Milliken Mills Community Centre, 3 km away.
HWY 407 is 4 km away, HWY 401 is 8 km away, and HWY 404 is 6 km away. The nearest subway stations are 7 to 8 km away; they are Midland Station, McCowan Station, and Scarborough Centre Station. Grab the GO at GO Milliken, within the neighbourhood.
Landmarks in Mill Scarborough
The major landmarks in the neighbourhood include Milliken GO Station, Goldhawk Park Library, Markham Steeles, Splendid China Mall, and Milliken Wells Shopping Centre.
Schools and Childcare in Mill Scarborough
Neighbourhood elementary schools are The Divine Infant Catholic School, Prince of Peace Catholic School, St. Rene Goupil Catholic School, Agnes Macphail Public School, Banting and Best Public School, Macklin Public School, Milliken Public school, and Port Royal Public School. There are a number of childcare centres in the neighbourhood, including Banting and Best Child Care Centre, Banting and Best Schoolage Satellite, The Divine Infant Child Care Centre, Heritage Child Care and Early Learning Centre, Milliken Heritage, A &A Child Care Centre, Enjoy Learning Centre, Agape Christian Montessori School, and Midland Child Care Centre.