North of Cabbagetown-South St. James Town is Bloor Street East, and south of the neighbourhood is Gerrard Street East. The Don Valley Parkway passes on the east side, while Jarvis Street is on the western edge.
While it is one of the smallest neighbourhoods, the Cabbagetown-South St. James Town neighbourhood has one of the highest population growths in the GTA. As a result, this neighbourhood is crowded. There is a very high rate of working age people (54%), pre-retirement population (14%), and seniors (15%).
The Cabbagetown-South St. James Town neighbourhood does not have much population diversity. The top non-official languages are Spanish and Tagalog (Filipino) while the top ethnic origins are English, Irish, Scottish, and French. The median after-tax household income is $50,873 compared to the City of Toronto average of $52,149. Total major crime incidents in the neighbourhood are 210 per 10,000 people per year.
The Cabbagetown-South St. James Town neighbourhood has a very high number of high-rise apartments (54%), low-rise apartments (24%), and row houses (10%). Home prices in this neighbourhood are an average of $537,025, compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000. This neighbourhood has a high level of green space that residents enjoy.
Toronto Eaton Centre is located 3 km away while Hazelton Lanes is 4 km away; both are close for easy mall access. The grocery stores in the neighbourhood are Food Basics and No Frills, and Walmart is 3 km away. Enjoy the neighbourhood parks like Montague Parkette, Prince Edward Viaduct Parkette, Riverdale Park West, Wellesley Park, Winchester Park, Winchester Square Park, and Bloor-Parliament Parkette. Rest assured that Sunnybrook Health Science Centre-Orthopaedic and Arthritic Centre is the closest hospital at 1.5 km away. Grab some books at St. James Town Library, which is 1 km away. Take a dip at the Regent Park Aquatic Centre, 1.6 km from this neighbourhood.
You can get to this neighbourhood by the Don Valley Parkway, which make eastern border of this neighbourhood. HWY 404 is located 16 km away. Grab the subway at Castle Frank Station or Sherbourne Station; or take the GO from GO Union, 4 km away from this neighbourhood.
Landmarks in Cabbagetown South St.james Town Toronto
Nearby landmarks include St James Cemetery, Jarvis Collegiate Institute.
Schools and Childcare in Cabbagetown South St.james Town Toronto
Elementary schools in the Cabbagetown-South St. James Town neighbourhood are Winchester Junior and Senior Public School, Sprucecourt Public School, and our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School. Children can be taken care of at Winchester Daycare Centre, Cabbagetown Co-op Nursery School, and Ryerson Early Learning Centre-Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School.