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About The Neighbourhood

With its dense concentration of high-rise condominiums and apartment buildings, the Yonge and Davisville area is a popular spot for young singles and couples. More and more newlyweds are also choosing to start their families while living in these condos, which is prompting an increase in local daycare options.

Generally, more established families reside in the north end of this neighbourhood, on the side streets east and west of Yonge Street.

On the retail front, Yonge and Davisville offers two distinct but equally appealing destinations. Along Yonge Street, you’ll find bars, restaurants, cafés, high-end specialty food shops and more. Along Mount Pleasant Road, you’ll find antique and collectible stores, plus a few popular restaurants, coffee shops and gelaterias. There’s also an urban concept grocery store nestled in among the high-rise condos and apartments.

As for recreational amenities, the Yonge and Davisville neighbourhood offers an array of nearby fitness facilities and access to many large parks that offer something for everyone – joggers, walkers, kids and four-legged residents alike. On pleasant spring and summer days, the June Rowlands Park tends to be the go-to outdoor spot. For runners and bikers, there’s also the Kay Gardner Beltline Trail, which marks the neighbourhood’s southern-most border.

Want to learn more about Yonge and Davisville? Let’s talk.

open_with Borders:

East: Mount Pleasant Road

West: Oriole Parkway

North: Soudan Ave, Berwick Ave, and Anderson Ave.

South: Kay Gardiner Beltline Trail

school Schools:

Public Schools

Davisville Junior Public School
43 Millwood Road
416.393.0570

Eglinton Junior Public School
223 Eglinton Avenue East
416.393.9315

Hodgson Senior Public School
282 Davisville Avenue
416.393.0390

Northern Secondary School
851 Mount Pleasant Road
416.393.0270

North Toronto Collegiate Institute
17 Broadway Avenue
416.393.9180

Metro Toronto School for the Deaf
43 Millwood Road
416.393.0630

Spectrum Alternative School
43 Millwood Road
416.393.9311

Private Schools

The Bishop Strachan School
298 Lonsdale Road
416.483.4325

Upper Canada College
200 Lonsdale Road
416.488.1125

The York School
1320 Yonge Street
416.926.1325

Greenwood College
443 Mount Pleasant Road
416.482.9811

Sunnybrook School
469 Merton Street
416.487.5308

free_breakfast Coffee Shops:
  • Rachel’s Coffee House
  • Second Cup
  • Starbucks
  • Thobors Boulangerie Patisserie Café
  • Tim Hortons
directions_bus Transportation:

The Eglinton and Davisville subway stations position the Yonge-University subway line within walking distance of every home in the Yonge and Davisville area.

By car, downtown is approximately 15 minutes away, and the city’s expressways and highways can be reached in about 20 minutes.

Neighbourhood Listings

3 Duplex Ave Toronto M2M 4G6
$1,199,000
  • 2000-2249
  • 3 Bedroom
  • 2 Spaces
  • Asset 1 3 Bathroom
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23 Glebe Rd Toronto M5P 0A1
$985,000
  • 1000-1199
  • 2 Bedroom
  • 1 Spaces
  • Asset 1 2 Bathroom
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18 Merton St Toronto M4S 3G9
$935,000
  • 1000-1199
  • 2 Bedroom
  • 2 Spaces
  • Asset 1 3 Bathroom
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Coffee In The Hood

Rachel's Coffee House

10.25.2017

Looking forward to a busy day of meetings in midtown, I decided to stop in at Rachel’s Coffee on Yonge near Davisville for my morning Americano. Rachel’s Coffee House is an organic, fair trade, contemporary indie café that opened 5 years ago in this popular neighbourhood. Rachel’s has established a loyal following from its neighbourhood residents by offering great coffee, as well as a relaxing atmosphere. I used to live just south of this location in the Yonge and St. Clair neighbourhood, and I would often pop into Rachel’s on my walks up to Yonge and Eglinton.  The café is not only well known for its espresso based drinks, but also for its smoothies and organic food choices that include several sandwiches and their well-known Rainbow Salad.  As well, there is a good selection of made-in-house tasty treats that are baked on premises --- I highly recommend the big chocolate chip cookie! And for those with certain dietary needs, they also carry some great gluten free selections. Rachel’s is very well-staffed and is extremely service oriented in its approach. The staff are very friendly and focused on providing great service and friendly smiles.  You will often see them bringing drinks and food to a table and engaging in friendly conversation with their customers. It is certainly refreshing to see the attention to detail that has gone into operating this establishment. With the recent completion of several new condos in the area and others that are in the early development stage, just north and south of the café, Rachel’s will surely be a very popular local destination for a long time. Be sure to check out Rachel’s if you are on Yonge Street in midtown Toronto – you won’t be disappointed. -torontoyourway

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