Welcome to Woodbine Corridor

Woodbine Corridor is a laid-back Toronto neighbourhood that is part of the Upper Beaches area. The newly named Beach Hill district also lies within Woodbine Corridor, where sloping streets lead to the tranquil Toronto Beaches. This neighbourhood is bordered by Woodbine Avenue on the east, Coxwell on the west, Milverton Boulevard to the north, and Queen Street East to the south. Peaceful residential streets and greenspace make up most of the community. Many families with young children and pets choose to live here, because of the schools nearby and the many parks in walking distance. The Danforth is also a quick walk away, where you can find many local restaurants, shops, and grocery stores. Woodbine Corridor is a pleasant neighbourhood and a great place to buy a home. 

What it's like

What to Expect: Shopping, dining, and parks in walking distance. Commuting on the TTC is accessible, with Woodbine and Coxwell subway stations and streetcars on Gerrard Street East. For drivers, it’s only ten minutes to Lakeshore Boulevard. There are great daycares, playgrounds, and activity centres for toddlers and children in the neighbourhood. Local shopping includes clothing stores, food stores, and specialty shops. After getting a new leash at a pet accessories store, you can walk your dog in one of the many local parks. Dine at a cool local restaurant or grab something from a nearby take-out place. This area has plenty of options. What NOT to Expect: If you are looking for the energy of downtown night life, Woodbine Corridor might not be what you're looking for. For those seeking a more relaxed Toronto neighbourhood, that still offers everything you need, this neighbourhood is a perfect choice!  A Day in the Life: What its like living here: Walk from your condo in Woodbine Corridor to a nearby restaurant for breakfast and tea. Then, take the kids to the local activity centre for toddler dance class with your neighbours. Get take-out for lunch and eat in the park on your picnic blanket while the kids play in the playground. Stroll along Small’s Creek and look for stones along the waters edge. Afterwards, go shopping along The Danforth for some new throw pillows for your condo balcony. Get a delicious dinner of burgers and fries at the local pub, and dine on the patio. Then, pick up some popcorn at the grocery store on your way home for movie night. In Summary: Woodbine Corridor is an east end Toronto neighbourhood with outdoor recreation and a family-friendly community.

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The Neighbourhood

The majority of people who choose real estate in Woodbine Corridor are working age adults between 25-64 years old. There is also a high population of children under the age of four who are growing up in this family-friendly neighbourhood. Local Insight: “We take swim lessons at Fairmount Park Community Centre. They have great facilities and neighbours we met there have become good friends.”

The variety of parks and parkettes. Williamson Park Ravine adds a destination outdoor space for a scenic walk. Moncur Park and Wildwood Crescent have fun playgrounds for taking the kids to play. There are also local recreation centres for year-round activities. For foodies, East Lynn Park has a charming local farmer’s market where you can pick up fresh fruits and vegetables to add to your next home cooked meal.

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