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Lower Don Parklands

The neighbourhood of Lower Don Parklands is part of the city of Toronto, Ontario, which is situated in the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area.


Regardless of the means of transportation, it is reasonably simple to move around in Lower Don Parklands. This part of Toronto will attract physically active people because it is suitable for walking; many daily needs are convenient to meet on foot, and plenty of businesses are nearby. On the other hand, Lower Don Parklands is not especially bike-friendly since bicycling is rendered arduous by the often sloping topography. Nevertheless, the cycling network is extensive. With a few nearby bus lines, the public transit network in Lower Don Parklands is very accessible. Driving is also a great transportation option in Lower Don Parklands. Finding a parking spot is generally easy, and it is a reasonably short car ride to the nearest highway from any home in this area.


It is typically practical for property owners in Lower Don Parklands to purchase general and specialty groceries by walking. Additionally, this neighbourhood is a fairly good place in which to go out to eat or go to a cafe. When it comes to education, in this part of the city, families will commonly be able to reach schools and daycares on foot.


Lower Don Parklands offers a great selection of green spaces to enjoy, despite its sometimes busy feel. To be more precise, it is very easy to reach green spaces from a lot of locations within the neighbourhood since there are around 10 of them close by for residents to visit. Residents will also find that the tree canopy coverage for numerous streets is good. Lastly, thanks to the presence of few pedestrians, this part of the city remains relatively quiet; however noise levels are higher closer to one of the railway lines.


The homes in this part of Toronto are very old, since roughly 60% of its dwellings were constructed pre-1960, while many of the remaining buildings were built in the 2000s. The predominance of single detached homes in the housing stock of this area is an important part of its character. Roughly 90% of the properties in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners and 10% are rented. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes.