East End


The gateway to the City’s east-end neighbourhoods, Riverdale is a large and diverse community that features colourful shopping districts and quaint Victorian homes. The neighbourhood is best known for Riverdale Park East, though Withrow Park and Jimmie Simpson Park are also quite large. Riverdale’s best-known shopping district is along Danforth Avenue – the heart of Toronto’s Greek community! South Riverdale has been dubbed ‘Studio City’, popular with music, art, and film professionals.

Riverdale’s two and three-storey Victorian houses were built largely between 1880-1924. These homes are shaded by some of the tallest maple trees in the City! There are also several new townhouse and condominium loft-style developments in the neighbourhood.
(P) Earl Grey Sr. | (P) Frankland Jr. | (P) Blake Street Jr. | (P) Pape Avenue Jr. | (P) Quest Alternative Sr. | (P) Withrow Avenue | (P) Morse Jr. | (P) Queen Alexandra Sr. | (P) Dundas Jr. | (P) First Nations | (PH) Rosedale Heights Secondary School | (PH) Eastdale Collegiate Institute | (PH) Riverdale Collegiate Institute | (C) Holy Name
Riverdale is an ideal location for commuters. The Don Valley Expressway, Lakeshore Boulevard, and the Gardiner Expressway are all quickly accessed from this neighbourhood. Riverdale also has excellent access to public transit. There is regular bus or streetcar service on Broadview, Carlaw, Jones, and Greenwood Avenues, as well as Queen and Gerrard Streets. The Bloor-Danforth subway has five stations serving Riverdale, including Broadview, Chester, Pape, Donlands and Greenwood.

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