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Living in Woodbine Corridor

From June to October the East Lynn Farmers’ Market pops up every Thursday evening, selling everything from homemade pies to preserves and fresh produce. This is a certified local farmers’ market that offers up as much entertainment as it does flavour, including face painting, kids crafts, live concerts, and movie nights, put on by the Danforth East Community Association that holds events year round.

For outdoor enthusiasts, Orchard Park is home to a fire pit, splash pool, and playground. The Williamson Park Ravine is a picturesque woodland perfect for weekend hikes and exploring in warmer months, and a tobogganing hotspot in winter.

Foodies will love that the neighbourhood is home to one of the city’s best burger chains. The Burger’s Priest serves up juicy, flavourful patties with soft, fresh buns and crisp leaves. Melanie’s Bistro has loyal customers for its fancier fare, with which you can BYOB six nights a week.

People in Woodbine Corridor

Woodbine Corridor is a multicultural neighbourhood home to active families with young children. 

Real estate Woodbine Corridor

A distinctly residential neighbourhood, most residents in Woodbine Corridor live in rental apartments or condos that are less than five stories. There are also some single-family, semi-detached homes and several detached properties in the area. 

Must-visit in Woodbine Corridor

  • Stan Wadlow Park: 8.5 hectares of greenspace with Taylor Creek running through it, featuring baseball fields, a playground, and an off-leash dog area

Real estate stats in Woodbine Corridor

  • Total Listings: 12
  • Average Price: $1,182,300
  • Walkscore: 67

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