Bounded by Dundas West at the east and Runnymede at the west and Bloor Street to Annette Street/Humberdale Avenue at the north-south
High Park North is mainly residential, containing many semi-detached homes built in the early 20th century. North of High Park, the neighbourhood has several high-rise apartment buildings, built after the construction of the Bloor-Danforth subway. These condos located on Gothic, High Park, and Quebec Aves near Bloor offer both lake and city skyline views.
The oldest residential, single-family houses in High Park North were built in the late 1800s and early 1900s and are mostly Victorian-Edwardian and Tudor-style, some of which have been converted into multiple family dwellings. The houses are typically two- and three-storey, built with detached brick. Among remarkable architectural details and ornaments are leaded and stained glass windows, lush wood trims, French doors, hardwood doors, and fireplaces.
The streets are lined with mature Oak and Maple trees
Majority of the neighbourhood is people of the working age, around 20 percent are young people in their 20’s and the small remaining percent are seniors.
Walk to High Park subway station, and Bloor St W’s cafes, shops, bars & restaurants such as Mugshot Tavern, The Wicket, Bar with no name etc.