This neighbourhood, bounded by Sheppard Avenue W on the South, the Don River on the East, Steeles Avenue on the North and Dufferin Street/Allen Street on the West, is a wonderfully diverse community. It is a largely Jewish populated area, with the headquarters of B'nai Brith and The Bathurst Jewish Community Centre located within. The BJCC is a fantastic facility, with fitness equipment, indoor and outdoor pools, indoor and outdoor tracks, tennis cours and basketball courts. 

Bathurst Manor is known for its leafy tree-lined streets. It is also within the 338 acre G. Ross Lord Park.  There are over four km of trails, an off-leash dog area, three soccer fields, picnic sites, and a fire pit. There are even some decent fishing spots! 

Notable Amenities at Bathurst Manor

1. Schools and Education:  William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate Institute, Charles H Best Middle School, Wilmington Elementary School.

2. Food and Restaurants: Dr. Laffa (Mediterranean), Aragvi RestaurantMr Combo (Middle Eastern), Antosha Cafe and Pastry Shop (Russain), Sullivan & Bleeker Baking Co.

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: Sheppard Plaza located at the north-west corner of Bathurst Street and Sheppard Avenue, The Bathurst Manor shopping plaza on Wilmington Avenue, Wilson and Sheppard Avenues strip shopping plazas, The North York Centennial Centre at 580 Finch Avenue West, the Irving Chapley Community Centre located in Wilmington Park, the Bathurst Jewish Centre at 4588 Bathurst Street, and the Forest Valley Outdoor Education Centre at 60 Blue Forest Drive.

Getting to Bathurst Manor by Public Transit:

Downsview Station on the Yonge-University Subway Line - 84 and 104 on Sheppard Avenue West - 104 on Wilson Heights Boulevard and Wilmington Avenue - 7, 160 and 310 on Bathurst Street - 36 and 309 on Finch Avenue West - 105 and 117 on Dufferin Street - 3 and 60 on Steeles Avenue West