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Situated in the lower east side of Old Toronto, Moss Park abuts the Distillery and Garden districts as well as the Cabbagetown neighbourhood. It’s bordered by Jarvis Street to the west, Carlton Street to the north, Parliament Street and the Don River to the east, and Front Street and Eastern Avenue to the south. A commuter’s dream, Moss Park is minutes from the DVP and the Gardiner Expressway.

Moss Park Lifestyle

Extremely walkable, almost every amenity you need is within range of every home. There are also dozens of elementary schools in the area making it perfect for couples with children. Toronto Metropolitan University is also just a few minutes from Moss Park.

The neighbourhood is anchored by two main greenspaces, Allan Gardens and Moss Park, the namesake of the neighbourhood which features an arena, baseball diamond, and tennis courts. Just minutes from the Don River and its lush expanses, residents can also make their way to the many parks surrounding the river, including Riverdale Park West, Riverdale Park East, Wellesley Park, Rosedale Ravine Lands, and more.

Home to families as well as some young professionals, Moss Park is a neighbourhood in transition with a diverse cultural and socioeconomic group of residents.

There is a strong sense of community among those living here, as residents are dedicated to improving the neighbourhood. The produce market is a hub of community activity that attracts everyone in the area, and there are a number of diners, pubs, and restaurants that serve as meeting places for locals. Sankofa Square is also just a few blocks away.

Homes in Moss Park

Real estate in Moss Park is varied, including multi-family properties, high rise apartments, row houses, and unique warehouse-converted condo lofts.