Pape Village

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Neighbourhood Features

Transit Score of 90%

10-15 minute walk to Pape Subway station as well as bus service along the Danforth

15-20 minutes drive to downtown Toronto

5 minutes drive to the 404 (DVP)

Close to vibrant and cultural Danforth shopping area

Grocery stores in the area: Shoppers Drug Mart and Food Basic

Financial institutions: RBC, CIBC and National Bank of Canada

Schools, daycares, library, and places of worship are in the immediate area

Toronto and Surrounding Area

About Pape Village Neighbourhood

From cosmopolitan chic to country charm, Toronto's neighbourhoods offer an eclectic mix of cultural activities, architecture, food and shopping.

Pape Village is a modest neighbourhood north of Danforth Avenue full of bakeries, restaurants and small shops. The main arteries are Pape Avenue and O'Connor and each is dotted with casual restaurants, bakeries and other local hangouts.

Although the Pape Village name was originally the product of local business marketing efforts, some real estate agents and local residents have since used the term to also refer to the adjacent residential area. Otherwise, the area is generally known as Old East York.

This urban community is very family-friendly. Of the 1,200 families that call this area home, 66% of these households have kids. People in this neighbourhood speak Greek more so than other neighbourhoods in Toronto. Residents are mainly Greek, but the neighbourhood's Chinese community adds diversity to the mix.

Nearby Schools

Jackman Avenue Elementary School 8.2,
79 Jackman Avenue, Toronto 1.16 km away

Holy Name Elementary School 6.3,
Toronto 1.44 km away

St Michael's Choir Elementary School 9.9,
66 Bond Street, Toronto 4.61 km away

Riverdale Secondary School 7.2,
915 Danforth Avenue, Toronto 1.37 km away

Danforth Secondary School 4.1,
800 Greenwood Avenue, Toronto 1.39 km away

Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts Secondary
School 8.9 km away