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The Best Places to Live in Toronto: Ranking the City’s Neighborhoods

Submitted by on August 15, 2013 – 8:49 amNo Comment

Toronto skyline, along Lake Ontario

Toronto Life mag­a­zine has released what they call a “most­ly sci­en­tif­ic” rank­ing of the city’s 140 neighborhoods.

Working with researchers from the University of Toronto, they eval­u­at­ed fac­tors like hous­ing costs, tran­sit access, crime rates, schools, enter­tain­ment, and com­mu­ni­ty engagement.

You can read the com­plete arti­cle and neigh­bor­hood rank­ings at “The Best Places to Live in the City: A (Mostly) Scientific Ranking of All 140 Neighbourhoods in Toronto.”

To get you start­ed, here are the Top 10 Toronto neighborhoods:

  1. Rosedale-Moore Park
  2. Banbury-Don Mills
  3. High Park-Swansea
  4. Mount Pleasant West
  5. High Park North
  6. Wexford-Maryvale
  7. Mount Pleasant East
  8. The Beach
  9. Mimico
  10. Casa Loma

If you live in Toronto, what do you think of these rank­ings? Please leave a com­ment and share your thoughts.

And for more infor­ma­tion about relo­cat­ing to Toronto, check out our Toronto resources page.

Downtown Toronto pho­to © Carolyn B. Heller

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