The Lowdown on Woodbine Corridor

Your Typical Neighbour

This neighbourhood is a dream for families, especially those with young children. Your typical neighbour could be a young family in their first-owned home, heavily involved with the recreational activities that the neighbourhood offers. This is also a dog-friendly community! Most Woodbine Corridor residents own their homes, with a split of 63% owners to 37% renters in the neighbourhood. There are many families with young children and pets that live here, likely because of the variety of parks, schools, greenspaces, and other recreational facilities. 

What We

The best of both worlds! Far enough from downtown chaos, but close enough to get in on the action whenever you want. A quick walk to the Danforth, meaning proximity to local restaurants and shops. The neighbourhood is just a 10 minute drive away from Lakeshore Boulevard, and there are TTC options nearby. The real highlight is coming home to a relaxing community filled with green spaces and family-friendly activities, plus you are just minutes away from the beach!

What We Don't

If you are looking for places to drink some pitchers with friends then the Danforth has you covered. But if you are If you’re looking for downtown energy and nightlife, then unfortunately you are going to have to head into downtown for that.

Property Statistics in Woodbine Corridor

All Properties - Statistics

Q4 2021


Average Price


New Listings


Properties Sold


Average Days on Market

114.9 %

% of Asking Price


$ Volume of Sales

Detached Houses - Statistics

Q4 2021


Average Price


New Listings


Properties Sold


Average Days on Market

114.2 %

% of Asking Price


$ Volume of Sales

Condos - Statistics

Q4 2021


Average Price


New Listings


Properties Sold


Average Days on Market

110.0 %

% of Asking Price


$ Volume of Sales

Source: TREB Statistics

This is a distinctly residential neighbourhood, with few retail amenities beyond the main arteries of Danforth, Queen and Coxwell--still close, but far enough to keep traffic and retail noise to a minimum. Partially due to the years when the Gardiner expressway was slated to run through it, the area was more “left alone” than some others--today it’s a more affordable alternative to it’s more well-known neighbours (the Beach, Leslieville) and is popular with families looking to stay within the city but have less bustle than more urban hoods.







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Commuting via TTC is easy and accessible; Woodbine and Coxwell subway stations are near and streetcars run on Gerrard Street East. For drivers, the neighbourhood is just a 10-minute drive away from Lakeshore Boulevard.

About Woodbine Corridor

Welcome to Toronto’s Woodbine Corridor neighbourhood!

The Woodbine Corridor is a neighbourhood in Ward 32, located north of The Beaches and between Leslieville and the Danforth. The east end neighbourhood is marked by Milverton Boulevard to the north, Woodbine Avenue to the east, Kingston Road/Queen Street East to the south and Coxwell Avenue to the West. Development of this neighbourhood was slowed years ago, in comparison to other east end hoods. In the 40s-60s, the city planned to extend the Gardiner for a series of expressways, intended to handle growth in the suburbs of Toronto. Citizens opposed the extension due to the demolition of homes, air pollution, noise and the high cost of construction. 

Woodbine Corridor is a family-friendly and pet-friendly community filled with 8 lush parks, ravines, and green spaces. There are fantastic recreational centres for children in the neighbourhood. Daycare options, 5 playgrounds, 2 dog parks, 15 schools (10 public, 5 catholic). Steps away to The Danforth, where you’ll find local restaurants, shops and more. 

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