North of Danforth-East York is Cosburn Avenue, and to the south is Milverton Blvd. On the east side is Woodbine Avenue while Pape Avenue is to the west.
The Danforth-East York neighbourhood has a high number of working age people (48%), families with children (16%), and pre-retirement people (13%). The top non-official languages residents speak in this neighbourhood are Greek and Cantonese. The top ethnic origins are English, Irish, Scottish, and Greek. Median after-tax household income for residents in the Danforth East-York neighbourhood is $63,221, slightly higher than the Toronto city average of $52,149. Homeowners enjoy one of the lowest crime rates in the GTA at 93 crimes per 10,000 people per year.
There are a very high number of single-detached houses in the Danforth-East York neighbourhood (42%). Semi-detached houses account for 25% of houses in the neighbourhood and duplexes account for 8%. There are a very low number of high-rise apartment buildings or row houses in the area. Home prices in the neighbourhood average at $518,568, compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000. The Danforth-East York neighbourhood has a low level of green space and not many trees.
Shop ‘til you drop at Eglinton Square Shopping Centre and Shops at Don Mills, located 5 km and 6 km away, respectively. Grab some groceries at neighbourhood grocery stores, Food Basics, Sobeys, and Foodland. A Walmart is 3 km away for convenient shopping. You can enjoy the nearby parks such as LES Anthony Parkette, Aldwych Park, True Davidson Park, Cosburn Park, and Dieppe Park. Rest assured with Toronto East General Hospital in the neighbourhood. Explore community activities at the S. Walter Stewart Library or Earl Beatty Community Centre.
The Don Valley Parkway and Don Mills Road is located 2 km away and is the nearest highway. HWY 404 and Sheppard Avenue East is located 12 km away. Grab the subway at Greenwood Station, Pape Station, Donlands Station, Coxwell Station or Woodbine Station;or take to GO from GO Danforth station, 3 km away.
Landmarks in Danforth Village East Toronto
Nearby landmarks include East York Civic Centre, Toronto East General Hospital, and S. Walter Stewart Library.
Schools and Childcare in Danforth Village East Toronto
Elementary schools in this neighbourhood are Holy Cross Catholic School and R.H. McGregor Elementary School, while the secondary school is East York Alternative Secondary School. Your children will be well-cared for at the neighbourhood childcare centres, such as: Woodbine Early Learning and Child Care Centre, Debbie Yeung Child Care Centre, Centennial College Early Childhood Education Centre, Child’s Nest Infant Day Care Centre, Network Childcare Services – Holy Cross CS, Network Preschool – Bethany, McGregor Jr. YMCA, Le Petit Chaperon Rouge – Queensdale, and Victoria Education Centre Montessori and Child Care.