Etobicoke is a growing community of over 345,000 people, with many one-of-a-kind neighbourhoods. Get to know the area better here.
This prestigious neighbourhood features highly-coveted real estate and sought after schools. With its access to Bloor Street West, eclectic shops and small produce markets that spill out onto the street, it attracts a lot of foot traffic. There are also many neighbourhood events throughout the year — be sure to catch the Bloor West Street Festival and the Toronto Ukrainian Festival.
This community is known for its stately properties and exclusivity. Amongst the many mature trees that dot the area, you’ll find immaculate yards and beautifully restored homes. Take a drive down The Kingsway or Edenbridge and marvel at the grandeur of the homes with stunning Queen Ann, Arts & Crafts, Victorian, Gothic, and Tudor architecture.
Islington-City Centre West
This neighbourhood is large and diverse, ranging from commercial and industrial areas to stretches of calm residential streets. You’ll find local produce and treats year-round at the Market Days farmers’ market, held at the historic Montgomery Inn. There are also plenty of parks in the northern part of the neighbourhood, as well as easy access to larger stores and major highways.
Norseman Heights, Sunnylea, and The Queensway
This area encompasses many smaller communities, all with a family-friendly feel. You’ll always be just a short walk away from a great park. It’s also home to highly-rated schools, has easy access to the Gardiner Expressway, and features local gems such as the much-loved ice cream shop, Tom’s Dairy Freeze.
Etobicoke South features a number of growing waterfront communities, including Mimico, New Toronto, Long Branch, and Alderwood, all tight-knit and vibrant in their own way. Residents here are just minutes to downtown Toronto and all it has to offer but can still enjoy the quieter lakeside lifestyle, great restaurants, and ample shopping.
This neighbourhood sits on the border of Etobicoke and Mississauga and has a tight-knit community feel. It also has an active homeowners association that supports local events, meetings, and scholarship programs for local students. Though a mostly residential neighbourhood, it has much to offer for recreation and shopping, including Cloverdale Mall, Markland Wood Country Club, and Bloordale Park, which can connect you to Centennial Park.
Etobicoke features many top-rated public, private, and alternative schools, including:
- Etobicoke School of the Arts
- Blyth Academy Etobicoke
- Lambton-Kingsway Junior Middle School
- Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School
- St. Clement Catholic School
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