North York is a name for the area north of “Toronto Proper” that includes a wide range of neighbourhoods including The Bridle Path, Hogg’s Hollow, Lawrence Park, York Mills, Willowdale, Bayview Village and Jane and Finch. Its a large area that spans from the Humber River in the west to Victoria Park in the west Steeles Ave to the north and as far down as Lawrence Ave and in some parts in the east to Eglinton Ave. The wide ranging Neighbourhoods within it can range from somewhat suburb like to feeling like you are downtown at Yonge & Sheppard. It’s multicultural district home to the hands-on Ontario Science Centre and the Aga Khan Museum, with exhibits on Islamic culture in a striking modern building. In the area’s north, Black Creek Pioneer Village is an 1800s living museum. Sprawling Downsview Park includes a lake, event spaces, and a flea and farmers’ market, while Edwards Gardens has a greenhouse, fountains, and botanic gardens. Homes range from detached homes on large 50 x 125 feet lots to 55 Storey Condos. In the east end access to the 404/DVP highway gets you in the city under 20 min, same with highway 400 in the west. With the recent expansion of transit across Eglinton Ave it’s transit score has increased drastically.