Toronto - East York

Toronto - East York

Monday, August 31, 2009

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In the late-1800s East York was the site of the Don Valley Brick Works, which supplied bricks for much of Toronto. Now, the Don riverside ecosystem offers abundant parklands, bike paths, and hiking trails amid luxuriant woods. Residents can choose among a variety of housing types, ranging from high-rises in Crescent Town, to single-family homes in Leaside. Much of East York is zoned for commercial development, and it hosts many businesses, including the Coca-Cola Bottling Company.

 
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Downtown Toronto

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Areas include: St. Lawrence, Harbourfront, Cabbagetown, Yorkville, Rosedale, Moore Park, The Annex, Forest Hill, Oakwood Village, Humewood Hillcrest and Regal Heights....

North Toronto

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Areas Include: Yonge & Eglinton and Davisville Village ...

East Toronto

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Areas include: Riverdale, Leslieville, and The Beach....

West Toronto

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Areas Include: High Park, Bloor West Village and Parkdale. ...

Toronto - East York

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Areas Include: Leaside, Bennington Heights, Governors Bridge, Thorncliffe Park, Todmorden Village, East York, Crescent Town, Woodbine Gardens, Topham Park, Parkview Hills....

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