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Alexandra Park at a glance

Alexandra Park is perhaps one of the smallest neighbourhoods in Toronto but it packs a real punch in terms of culture and urban amenities. Situated right next to the downtown core, Alexandra Park can be found between Spadina Avenue to the east, Bathurst Street to the west, Queen Street West to the south, and Dundas Street West to the north. As you can see, it only spans a few blocks. That said, there is still tons to love about this tiny enclave. Attractions within walking distance include Graffiti Alley, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Stackt Market, Scotiabank Theatre Toronto, Kensington Market, and Yonge-Dundas Square. Whether you want to go gallery-hopping, shop ‘til you drop, or hit the town, you can do it in Alexandra Park. There is also plenty of green space to take advantage of, with the neighbourhood’s resident park of the same name being located here. It has an outdoor swimming pool, a baseball diamond, a wading pool, and a skate park. If you’re looking for something busier, Trinity Bellwoods Park, complete with tennis courts, baseball diamonds, volleyball courts, a wading pool, an off-leash dog park, and a children’s playground, is only a short walk away. Transit to Alexandra Park couldn’t be better, with multiple streetcar and bus stops. Plus, the neighbourhood is not far from Osgoode, St. Andrew’s, and Queen’s Park stops on Line 1 of the subway. Homes here range from Victorian-era detached homes and bungalows and semi-detached homes from the early twentieth century to townhouses from the ‘60s and newly built condos. Fun fact: Alexandra Park was named after Queen Alexandra, also known as Alexandra of Denmark, who was the wife of British monarch, King Edward VII, the first future monarch to visit Toronto.

Population & demographics

Total population

2,451

Population age (%)

0-19 (11%)20-34 (38%)35-49 (22%)50-64 (16%)65+ (13%)

Household

Average household income

$154,824


Household composition (%)

Single person (50%)Multi person (12%)Single Family (38%)Multi Family (0%)

Owners / Renters (%)

Renters (58%)Owners (42%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (59%)Mandarin (13%)Yue (Cantonese) (10%)Portuguese (4%)Spanish (3%)French (2%)Others (2%)Vietnamese (2%)Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) (1%)

How much does it cost to live in Alexandra Park?

Condo

Median Selling Price$615,500


Average Days on Market

15

#Active Listings (last 30 days)

8

#Sold Listings (last 30 days)

2

Top 1 School in Alexandra Park

Ryerson Community School Junior Senior96 Denison Ave, M5T 1E4, Toronto, ON
4.6/10
PublicJK-8

Alexandra Park Review

Transportation

Car Friendly

2/5

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

Pedestrian Friendly

5/5

All day-to-day needs are within a few minutes' walk

Transit Friendly

5/5

Near a subway and frequent bus lines

Shopping, Food and Nightlife

Cafes

5/5

Variety of cafés right on the street

Groceries

5/5

Several grocery stores nearby

Nightlife

4/5

Variety of bars within walking distance

Shopping

5/5

Wide variety of shops within a few minutes' walk

Restaurants

5/5

Variety of restaurants within a few minutes' walk

Greenery & Character

Greenery

3/5

Few street trees or parks in the area

Quiet

3/5

Multiple sources of noise nearby

Vibrant

4/5

Vibrant atmosphere all day and into the evening