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Banbury-Don Mills is a mixed-use neighbourhood in the North York district of Toronto, Canada. It was developed to be a self-supporting "new town" and was at the time located outside of Toronto proper. It is bounded by York Mills Road to the north, Eglinton Ave to the south, Wilket Creek to the west, and the Don River E Ranch to the east.
The local high school is the Don Mills Collegiate Institute, which opened in 1959. In 2003, the parkette at the corner of Don Mills and Lawrence was renamed the Macklin Hancock Parkette. An area elementary public school is Norman Ingram Memorial School, located on Duncairn Rd.
The main shopping centre is the Shops at Don Mills, a large mall located at the southwest corner of Lawrence Avenue and Don Mills Road. There is also a strip mall southwest of Don Mills and Barber Greene Road, and a Loblaw Real Canadian Superstore northeast of Don Mills and Eglinton.
Parks includes Bond Park which has sports fields and an arena, and Moccasin Trail Park where a remote, undeveloped section of ravine can be reached by a pedestrian tunnel under the Don Valley Parkway.
At Wynford Drive and the Don Valley Parkway, a new $300 million cultural project is being constructed on 6.8 hectares (17 acres). The Ismaili Centre, the Aga Khan Museum and a public park,will provide an exhibition space for Islamic art and history and will provide a centre for the Ismaili community in Canada.The project, whose foundation was laid on May 28, 2010 by Prime Minister Stephen Harper and His Highness the Aga Khan, is designed by award-winning architects: India-based Charles Correa, Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki, Lebanese landscape architect Vladimir Djurovic and the Toronto-based Moriyama & Teshima Architects.
Real Estate in Banbury-Don Mills
The average sale price in first quarter of 2013 is $739,913.
Don Mills feels as comfortable and safe as a favourite cardigan. To stroll its winding streets, still replete with post-war housing of the ’50s and ’60s, is to enter a time warp. Modernist architectural flourishes of the day still dominate: steeply peaked roofs, multi-dimensional façades, sleek carports. The neighbourhood features an immense variety of housing styles and, perhaps more importantly, the acknowledgement of the natural landscape in home construction—mature trees abound and glimpses of the surrounding ravines are common. In the north, some of Banbury’s homes even seem part and parcel of the scenery. The majority of the area remains pedestrian- and bike-friendly, and the troubled Sheppard subway line, opened in 2002, provides long-needed (if still underutilized) TTC access. A hotly debated extension of the line is currently in the works. The Don Mills Shopping Centre, which has long been a kind of town square, reopened in April 2009 as the upscale Shops at Don Mills. An entirely different kind of development, the seven-acre Aga Khan’s new $300-million Ismaili Muslim community cultural centre began construction at Eglinton and Don Mills in 2012 and is scheduled to open in May 2013.
York Mills Collegiate Institute 490 York Mills Rd, 395-3340
Don Mills Middle School 17 The Donway East, 395-2320
Don Mills Collegiate Institute 15 The Donway East, 395-3190
Greenland Public School 15 Greenland Road, 395-2500
Denlow Public School 50 Denlow Boulevard, 395-2300
Rippleton Public School 21 Rippleton Road, 395-2810
Norman Ingram Memorial School 50 Duncairn Road, 395-2720
Nile Academy Private School 25 Civic Road, 447-7878
Seneca Hill Private School 33 Overland Drive, 499-8790
Brighton School 240 The Donway West, 932-8273
Northmount School 26 Mallard Road, 449-8823
Willow Wood School 55 Scasdale Road, 444-7644
Hawthorn School for Girls 101 Scarsdale Road, 444-3054
The Laurel 44 Upjohn Road, 510-2500
The Giles School 80 Scarsdale Road, 446-0825
La Citadelle International Academy 15 Mallow Road, 385-9685
Metamorphosis Greek Orthodox School 30 Scarsdale Road, 463-7222