THE DANFORTH

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LISTINGS OF HOMES & CONDOS IN THE DANFORTH

The Danforth Neighbourhood of Toronto

The Danforth is known as Toronto’s Greektown. You will find some of the best souvlaki and baklava in this neighbourhood. Beyond the plethora of Greek restaurants, this stretch of the Danforth has a vast array of international cuisine, brew pubs, boutique shops and so much more. Check out a concert at the Danforth Music Hall, one of the oldest surviving theatres in Toronto dating back to 1919.

The Danforth has been a popular neighbourhood for first time home buyers as the area begins to gentrify, homes and condos are more affordable but are growing steadily with the hot Toronto housing market. The area is charming and connected and has a small-town community vibe. There are also many parks nearby including Riverdale and Withrow parks.

Read our neighbourhood spotlight on what’s going on at Greenwood and Danforth

AVERAGE CONDO

348,714

AVERAGE HOUSE

$1,043,028

AVG DAYS ON MARKET

23

Housing and Accommodations

On the residential streets behind the vibrant Danforth are lots of homes in many different shapes and sizes. You’ll largely find two and three-storey semi-detached and detached homes, some streets are dominated by bungalows and an increasing amount of designer homes are being added in their place. It’s not unusual to see a house sell and completely rebuilt. There is a stretch of high-rise apartment buildings around Broadview and along Cosburn Avenue but the main home type are houses.

houses in toronto's danforth neighbourhood
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ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Wilkinson Junior Public School
Earl Beatty Junior/Senior Public School
St. Brigid Catholic School

SENIOR SCHOOLS

Earl Beatty Junior/Senior Public School
Danforth Collegiate Institute

DEMOGRAPHICS

location icon with text 2 km approx area
15% 0-14 years, 12% 15-24 years, 57% 25-64 years, 16% 65+ years
$71,420 average income
72% post secondary, 19% high school
population 9,666 50% women and 50% men
46% Rent, 54% Own
demographics stats for the danforth toronto
greektown on the danforth, toronto

HISTORY

The Danforth is commonly referred to as Toronto’s Greektown having been the major settling area for Greek immigrants after World War 1. Some of the buildings along Danforth Road date back to 1910. The area of Greektown became popular for its many traditional Green restaurants and has now evolved to be a go-to area for a number of international cuisines.

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