High Park North

Overview

  • 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.