North of Rosedale-Moore Park is Moore Avenue, and to the south is Bloor Street East. Beltline Trail passes to the east, while Yonge Street is to the west.
The Rosedale-Moore Park neighbourhood has a high percentage of seniors (22%) and pre-retirement people (15%). It has no population diversity and the top non-official languages are Spanish and German, while top ethnic origins are English, Scottish, Irish, and German. The median after-tax household income of people in this neighbourhood is $72,915, considered very high compared to Toronto’s $52,149. The Rosedale-Moore Park neighbourhood has a very high number of educated people with at least post-secondary education and enjoys very little crime at 115 crimes per 10,000 people per year.
Rosedale-Moore Park has a high number of high-rise apartments (49%) and a slightly lower number of single-detached houses, semi-detached houses, row houses, duplexes, and low-rise apartments. The neighbourhood has some of the highest home prices in the GTA, averaging around $1,265,389 compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000. It has a lot of trees for picnicking and enjoying the outdoors.
Hazelton Lanes, Toronto Eaton Centre, and Yonge Eglinton Centre are nearby malls, while Longos, Loblaws, and Sobeys are the nearest grocery stores and Canadian Tire is located on Yonge Street. Walmart is 6 km away. There are a number of parks in the neighbourhood, including Harold Town Park, Inglewood Parkette, Lawren Harris Park, Lawton Parkette, Loring-Wyle Parkette, Alex Murray Parkette, Asquith Green Park, Severn Creek Park, Milner Parkette, and Moorevale Park. Also located near the area are Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Deer Park Library, and Brown Community Centre (Avenue Road).
The Don Valley Parkway is the nearest highway; all other highways are far from this area. There are a number of nearby subway stations, including St. Clair Station, Summerhill Station, Rosedale Station, Bloor Station, Sherbourne Station, and Castle Frank Station. GO Union is located only 6 km away.
Landmarks in Rosedale Moore Park Toronto
The major neighbourhood landmarks include St. Clair Station, Summerhill Station, Bloor Station, and Castle Frank station, Rosehill Reservoir, Toronto Reference Library, and Deer Park Library.
Schools and Childcare in Rosedale Moore Park Toronto
Elementary schools in the neighbourhood are Whitney Junior Public School, Rosedale Junior Public School, Deer Park Junior and Senior Public School, and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School. There are a wide variety of childcare centres in the neighbourhood, including Whitney Child Centre, Deer Park Extended Primary Education Program, Mount Pleasant Road Children's Circle, Montessori for Children – St. Clair, Mooredale Preschool – Coach House, Mooredale Preschool – Main House, Kids & Company, Heath and Ferndale Child Care Program, Gradale Academy, and Garfield Avenue Children's Circle.