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Population & demographics

Total population

10,553

Population age (%)

0-19 (16%)20-34 (28%)35-49 (25%)50-64 (18%)65+ (14%)

Household

Average household income

$163,391


Household composition (%)

Single person (47%)Multi person (6%)Single Family (47%)

Owners / Renters (%)

Renters (72%)Owners (28%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (68%)Spanish (5%)Iranian Persian (4%)Portuguese (4%)Russian (3%)French (3%)Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) (3%)Mandarin (2%)Korean (2%)Others (1%)

How much does it cost to live in North Toronto?

Detached

Median Selling Price$2,988,000


Average Days on Market

5.5

#Active Listings (last 30 days)

14

#Sold Listings (last 30 days)

2

Semi-Detached

Median Selling Price$2,125,000


Average Days on Market

8.67

#Active Listings (last 30 days)

4

#Sold Listings (last 30 days)

3

Condo

Median Selling Price$690,000


Average Days on Market

21.96

#Active Listings (last 30 days)

145

#Sold Listings (last 30 days)

27

Top 4 Schools in North Toronto

North Toronto Collegiate Institute17 Broadway Ave, M4P 1T7, Toronto, ON
8.2/10
Public9-12
Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School1107 Avenue Rd, M5N 3B1, Toronto, ON
7.7/10
Public9-12
Northern Secondary School851 Mount Pleasant Rd, M4P 2L5, Toronto, ON
7.1/10
Public9-12
St Monica Catholic School14 Broadway Ave, M4P 1T4, Toronto, ON
6.7/10
PublicJK-8

North Toronto Review

Transportation

Car Friendly

2/5

Some arteries nearby, but traffic congestion and parking problems are likely

Pedestrian Friendly

4/5

All day-to-day needs are within walking distance

Transit Friendly

5/5

Near a subway and frequent bus lines

Shopping, Food and Nightlife

Cafes

3/5

Variety of cafés within walking distance

Groceries

4/5

At least one grocery store within a few minutes' walk

Nightlife

2/5

Some bars within walking distance

Shopping

4/5

Variety of shops within a few minutes' walk

Restaurants

4/5

Variety of restaurants within walking distance

Greenery & Character

Greenery

4/5

Lots of trees in the area, and a large amount of park space nearby

Quiet

3/5

Multiple sources of noise nearby

Vibrant

3/5

Quiet atmosphere most of the day

North Toronto, which may also be referred to as Midtown Toronto or Uptown, can be found in the northernmost part of Old Toronto. It sits roughly 15 minutes north of the city’s downtown core and is a neighbourhood that encompasses Yonge and Eglinton, one of Toronto’s most famous intersections. North Toronto has long been popular among families raising school-aged children, as there are several public schools, along with the newly-rebuilt North Toronto Collegiate. However, it is becoming increasingly popular among younger people as well. Over the years, North Toronto has begun to attract people of all ages due to major changes, like brand-new condominium towers, the recently-renovated Yonge Eglinton Centre, and the many cafes and restaurants that have moved in. Plus, downtown Toronto is extremely accessible from this neighbourhood thanks to Line 1 of the TTC subway, in addition to many buses. If you prefer to drive, residents also have easy access to Highway 401 and the Allen Expressway. Another perk of North Toronto is the vast array of housing options available. This neighbourhood is the perfect blend of old and new. While you’ll find state-of-the-art condo buildings with every amenity under the sun, you will also find Tudor and Craftsman-style bungalows and even Victorian and Georgian-era. The eclectic mix that North Toronto offers is unique, which makes it appealing to homebuyers. Finally, in terms of lifestyle, North Toronto boasts a mix of big box stores and mom and pop shops to peruse, several libraries and community centres, like The Fairlawn Neighbourhood Centre, The Northern District Public Library, and the North Toronto Community Centre, as well as many scenic parks, including Sherwood Park, which is great for hiking, walking, and running. Thus, North Toronto offers a slice of urban living that is only a stone’s throw away from downtown while still maintaining its quieter, residential feel.