- Highway 7 & Jane CondominiumsType: High RiseVaughan
- Bayview Village CondosType: High RiseToronto
- Type: High RiseToronto
- Tretti CondosType: Mid RiseToronto
- Line 5 CondosType: High RiseToronto
- 50 Scollard CondosType: High RiseToronto
- Transit City 5 CondosType: High RiseVaughanOccupy: 2023 Read More
- M3 CondosType: High RiseMississaugaOccupy: 2023 Read More
- Mobilio CondosType: Mid RiseVaughan
- Notting Hill CondosType: High RiseToronto
- Fifty Scollard CondosType: High RiseToronto
- T1 at M2M CondosType: High RiseToronto
Victoria Village is a neighbourhood in the city of Toronto, Ontario, bounded on the west by the Don Valley, on the north by Lawrence Avenue East, on the east by Victoria Park Avenue, and on the south by Eglinton Avenue East, although there is a small area south of Eglinton to Sunrise Avenue that is sometimes included. It is located in the southeast of the North York district. Its population is diverse in ancestral backgrounds with a larger proportion of South Americans than most of the city.
Real Estate in Victoria Village
Housing Stock: The neighbourhood has many high- and low-rise buildings, which provide affordable living and are located on the edges of the neighbourhood, with mostly bungalows, some semi-detached homes, and some two-storey detached (either rebuilt bungalows, or built after the initial period of construction, which occurred mostly from the late 1950s-1960s). Because the neighbourhood borders the Don River some of the homes have stunning views overlooking the Don Valley. A significant portion of the single detached homes in the area abut valley areas, notably the Charlesch Sauriol Conservation Reserve.
Most of the houses built in the area are bungalows. The apartments and condos are mostly located on the borders of the area, Lawrence, Eglinton and Victoria Park Avenues.
Average Housing Price in First Quarter 2013:
All homes ( Detached, Semi-Detached, Bungalows, Townhomes, Apartments): $417,892
École élémentaire Jeanne-Lajoie
Jeanne-Lajoie is a French first language elementary school located on Carnforth Road. It serves the French population of the GTA.
Victoria Village Public School
Sloane Avenue Public School
Victoria Village Public Arena is the local skating and hockey arena for Victoria Village. This arena offers skating lessons and also includes a new gymnastics gym wing.
Victoria Village Toronto Public Library
The main streets are Victoria Park Avenue, a major north-south arterial road to the east, Eglinton Avenue East, a major east-west arterial road to the south, and Lawrence Avenue East, a major east-west arterial road to the north. TTC bus routes that serve the community are 24/A/D Victoria Park, 34/C Eglinton East, 54/A Lawrence East, 70A/B O'Connor, and 91/C/F Woodbine. The newly approved Eglinton LRT, which is to be completed 2015-2017, is also set to run through the community.
| Top 10 Ethnic Origins
(Source: Statistic Canada. 2006 Census)
|By Region||Persons||By Ethnic Groups||Persons|
|East And Southeast Asian||2,170||Scottish||1,290|
|Other North American||1,670||Greek||1,280|