The North York real estate market is comprised of many diverse small and distinct neighbourhoods and is conveniently and centrally located within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), only minutes away from downtown Toronto. North York is in itself a vibrant urban centre surrounded by quiet residential streets, clean parks & wooded trails. Discover a wide variety of housing opportunities existing in the North York real estate market. Choose from affordable starter homes right up to the utmost in luxury and personal style. Detached, semi-detached, condominiums and townhouses. When it comes to North York real estate there truly is something for everyone to call home in North York.
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The Canadian city of North York is located in the northern area of Toronto, Ontario and has a population of roughly 650,000. North York received its city charter on St. Valentine's Day, and as a result the city's slogan is “The City with Heart”. In 1998, the city of North York was officially amalgamated into the larger Metropolitan Toronto along with six other smaller municipalities. North York is home to many renowned shopping centres, the Ontario Science Centre, the Black Creek Pioneer Village, the Toronto Centre for the Arts, a highly multicultural population and exceptionally low unemployment rates.
North York's Demographics
The city of North York, Ontario, is highly multicultural. In fact, it is expected that visible minorities will soon make up over half of the city's population. According to the 2001 census, 53.2% of North York's residents are Caucasian, 11.4% Chinese, 9.0% South Asian, 8.7% Black, 3.4% Filipino, 3.2% Latin American and 11.1% other.
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