North of Greenwood-Coxwell neighbourhood is Danforth Avenue, and to the south is Eastern Avenue. Coxwell Avenue is to the east, while Greenwood Avenue is to the west.
The Greenwood-Coxwell neighbourhood is crowded and has a smaller area compared to similar neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area. Among other GTA neighbourhoods, the percentage of working age people is high at 51% and the number of youths and seniors is low. The top non-official languages are Cantonese and Chinese, while the neighbourhood’s top ethnic origins are English, Chinese, Irish, and Scottish. The median after-tax household income is $52,770, very close to Toronto’s average of $52,149. The Greenwood-Coxwell neighbourhood has a higher crime rate than similar neighbourhoods in the GTA at 279 per 10,000 people per year.
The Greenwood-Coxwell neighbourhood has a very high number of low-rise apartments (39%) and semi-detached houses (24%). There is a very low number of high-rise apartments and single-detached dwellings. Home values are $490,920, compared to City of Toronto averages of $600,000.
Enjoy some time shopping at Toronto Eaton Centre and Eglinton Square Shopping Centre, 6 km and 7 km away. You can get some groceries at No Frills, Food Basics, or Walmart. There are a number of parks in the neighbourhood to relax at, including Jonathan Ashbridge Park, The Rail Garden, Maple Leaf Forever Park, Monarch Park, Robertson Parkette, Fairford Avenue Parkette, Felstead Avenue Playground, and CoxwellAvenue Playground. Toronto East General Hospital is the closest hospital. Grab some books from Gerrard/Ashdale Library orDanforth/Coxwell Library, or enjoy swimming at S.H. Armstrong Community Centre located within the area.
Don Valley Parkway is the nearest highway while HWY 404 and HWY 401 are 12 km and 14 km away, respectively. Greenwood, Donlands, and Coxwell stations are the nearest subway stations, while GO Danforth is within the neighbourhood.
Landmarks in Greenwood Cox Toronto
Major landmarks of this neighbourhood include Monarch Park Stadium, TTC Russell Carhouse, Gerrard/Ashdale Library and Monarch Park Stadium.
Schools and Childcare in Greenwood Cox Toronto
Elementary schools in the Greenwood-Coxwell neighbourhood are Roden Public School, Equinox Holistic Alternative School, and Duke of Connaught Junior and Senior Public School. Secondary schools include School of Life Experience, Monarch Park Collegiate Institute, Greenwood Secondary School, and St. Patrick Catholic Secondary School. The childcare centres in this neighbourhood are Woodfield Day Care, Childspace 3, Coxwell Early Learning and Child Care Centre, Kew Park Montessori Day School, It's Playtime Childcare Centre, and Roden Community Child Care Centre.