What It's Like
What to Expect: Amazing trails and easy commutes. ET Seton Park has trails winding along the river, and a gorgeous pond. Ride your bike or walk through the greenbelt surrounding the Don River. Angela James Arena is a great venue with a skating rink for future hockey stars. For people who commute by car, Flemingdon Park is in a great location. The Don Valley Parkway runs right through the neighbourhood, so you're always a quick drive to this major route. The Crosstown LRT planned for Eglinton will add even more options for commuting. If you're taking the TTC, bus routes on Don Mills Road and Eglinton Avenue East will connect you to the subway. What NOT to Expect: There aren't a lot of local shops in walking distance. For more shopping options, you can easily head north to the Shops at Don Mills.A Day in the Life: The views of green space from your Flemingdon Park condo are incredible. Relax on the balcony before going out for a bite at a local restaurant. Then, head over to Linkwood Lane Park and play frisbee with your neighbours before joining them for lunch at your favourite Indian restaurant. Now it's time to visit the Science Centre to explore the exhibits with your kids and watch an amazing documentary. Head home for drinks at your condo, and plan to visit the arena tomorrow for your son's hockey game. In Summary: Flemingdon Park is a neighbourhood with expansive green space and many recreation options for kids and adults.
The majority of residents are between age 20-64. There are a lot of children here, with 30% more people here age 0-14 than other areas of Toronto. Apartments and condos are the most popular type of real estate in Flemingdon Park. Local Insight: “The Seton Park outdoor Archery Range is free, and always open. Who knew you could find such a great a place in the city to practice archery!”
The Ontario Science Centre. If you live in Flemingdon Park, you have the benefit of the Science Centre located close by. Learn, explore, and walk away enlightened after a day discovering the exhibits. Or watch one of their incredible IMAX documentaries on the big screen. People elsewhere in Toronto can only dream of being as close to this fantastic destination as residents of Flemingdon Park are. Take the kids or go with friends. There’s always something cool to check out!