To the north of the Woodbine Corridor neighbourhood is Danforth Avenue and to the south is Kingston Road. Woodbine Avenue passes to the east, while Coxwell Avenue is to the west.
The Woodbine Corridor neighbourhood has a smaller area compared to similar neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area and the percentage of working age people (52%) and families with children (17%) in this neighbourhood is considered high. The neighbourhood has no population diversity, and top non-official languages are Cantonese and Chinese, with top ethnic origins as English, Irish, Scottish, and French. The median after-tax household income of neighbourhood residents is slightly higher at $63,343 compared to Toronto $52,149. The total major crime incidents rate is 204 per 10,000 people per year.
Woodbine Corridor has a very high number of low-rise apartments (36%) and semi-detached houses (30%), while it has a low number of single-detached houses, high-rise apartment buildings, row houses, and duplexes, compared to City of Toronto. Home values in the neighbourhood are $521,549 compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000.
Eglinton Square Shopping Centre (6 km), Shop at Don Mills and Toronto Eaton Centre are located 10 km away. The nearest grocery store for convenient shopping is No Frills, while Walmart is on Gerrard Street East and Canadian Tire is located on Danforth Avenue. Residents enjoy the many parks in the area, including Hillingdon-Woodrow Parkette, Maughan Crescent Parkette, Merrill Bridge Road Park, Moncur Playground, Orchard Park, Wildwood Crescent Playground, East Lynn Park, Fairmount Park, Coxwell Avenue Parkette, and Cairns Avenue Parkette. Also located near Woodbine Corridor are Toronto East General Hospital, Danforth/Coxwell Library, and Fairmount Park Community Centre.
The Don Valley Parkway is 4 km away, while HWY 404 and HWY 401 are more than 12 km away. Nearby subway stations are Woodbine and Coxwell stations, and the nearest GO station is GO Danforth.
Landmarks in Woodbine Corridor Toronto
Major neighbourhood landmarks are Danforth Coxwell Library, St John's Norway Cemetery and St. John's Church Norway.
Schools and Childcare in Woodbine Corridor Toronto
Neighbourhood elementary schools are Bowmore Road Junior and Senior Public School and Earl Haig Public School. Childcare options in the area include Earl Haig Community Day Care, Downtown Montessori at Coatsworth, Bowmore Child Enrichment Centre, Bowmore Road Community Day Care, Le Petit Chaperon Rouge-Coxwell, and Le Petit Chaperon Rouge-Gainsborough.