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Riverside

Part of the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area, Riverside is a neighbourhood within Toronto, Ontario.

Transportation

Riverside provides homeowners with several alternative modes of transportation. Riverside is home to an excellent public transit infrastructure as a consequence of a few nearby bus lines. This neighbourhood is also very suitable for walking; most daily needs are very easy to carry out by walking, and a fair number of businesses of different types can be found as well. Riding a bike is embraced in this part of the city since the cycling network is very comprehensive.

Services

In Riverside, families will almost always be able to reach schools and daycares by walking. Regarding eating, it is usually possible for house buyers in Riverside to purchase general and specialty groceries on foot. Moreover, there are approximately 30 restaurants and a few cafes to enjoy in this part of the city. An excellent variety of clothing stores can also be found within a very short walking distance.

Character

Riverside is a great area for those who enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities. Finding things to do in this neighbourhood is very easy. There are often a very large number of people around, there is a broad selection of entertainment venues, and places to go out at night are well-spread throughout the area. Queen Street in particular offers a vast selection of nightlife. Greenery is reasonably present in this area; parks are very well-distributed and there are around 10 of them nearby for residents to check out, which makes it very easy to get to them. Residents will also find that most streets have good tree coverage.

Housing

The buildings in this neighbourhood are quite old, since around 40% of its buildings were built prior to the 1960s, while most of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 1990s. In this part of Toronto, roughly one third of dwellings are townhouses, while the rest are mainly large apartment buildings, small apartment buildings, and single detached homes. Homeowners occupy about three quarters of the dwellings in the neighbourhood and the remainder are rented. This neighbourhood also has a good choice of housing size options; it is quite easy to find homes ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms.