East End-Danforth is south of Danforth Avenue and north of Kingston Road. Victoria Park Avenue is on the east side, while Woodbine Avenue passes to the west.
East End-Danforth has a high number of families with children (17%), working age people (49%), and pre-retirement population (13%). The neighbourhood does not have much population diversity. Top non-official languages are Cantonese and Tagalog (Filipino); top ethnic origins are English, Irish, Scottish, and French. Household income is $56,179, slightly higher than Toronto’s average of $52,149. The total major crime incidents in the neighbourhood are 225 per 10,000 people per year.
The East End-Danforth neighbourhood has a very high number of semi-detached houses (22%) and low-rise apartments (24%). On the other hand, the number of single-detached houses and high-rise apartments are very low compared to the City of Toronto. Home values in the neighbourhood are $535,867, compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000.
Get some shopping done at Eglinton Square Shopping Centre or Hazelton Lanes, located 4.9 km and 8.5 km away, respectively. Grab some groceries at Loblaws or Sobeys; Walmart is 4 km away for convenient shopping. East General Hospital is the closest hospital to East End-Danforth at a 2.8 km away. Main Street Library and Main Square Community Centre are both within the neighbourhood for community events. Spend a day at the nearby parks: Kildonan Park, Little York Parkette, Love Crescent Parkette, Stanley G. Grizzle Park, Stephenson Park, Maryland Park, Norwood Park, Oakcrest Parkette, William Hancox Parkette, and East Toronto Athletic Field Toronto.
You can get to this neighbourhood by the Don Valley Parkway and Don Mills Road, located 5 km away; or HWY 404 and Sheppard Avenue East, located 14 km away. Grab the subway at Main Street Station,Woodbine Station or catch the GO at GO Danforth, all located within the East End-Danforth neighbourhood.
Landmarks in East End Danforth Toronto
The major landmarks in the neighborhood are Woodbine Station, Main St Station, Main Street Library, and East Toronto Athletic Field.
Schools and Childcare in East End Danforth Toronto
Elementary schools include Beaches Alternative Junior School, Adam Beck Junior Public School, Norway Junior Public School, and Kimberley Junior Public School. Secondary schools are Malvern Collegiate Institute and Notre Dame High School. Parents will be happy to know this neighbourhood has one of the highest number of daycare spaces available for residents. The childcare centres include East Toronto Village Children's Centre, Enderby, Community Centre 55, Muppets Children's Centre 314, Muppets Children's Centre 316, Muppets Infant & Toddler Centre 312, Main Square Day Care Centre, and Leroux Froebel Bilingual School.