Dovercourt Park is a centrally located neighbourhood with most of its residents in the low to moderate income families coming from many different cultural backgrounds. Real estate in this neighbourhood mainly consists of single family homes that have been converted into apartments but it's currently trending to return it to the former. The mature tree canopy found in this neighbourhood adds to the quaintness of the streetscape. 

This neighbourhood is bounded by Bloor Street West on the South, Ossington Avenue on the East, CPR Railway Line on the North and Dufferin Street on the West.

Notable Amenities at Dovercourt Park:

1. School and Education: Dovercourt Public School , Pauline Junior Public School, Bloor Collegiate Institute, ALPHA II Alternative School, St. Sebastian Elementary, St. Mary's Catholic Secondary Secondary

2. Food and Restaurants: Bakerbots BakingThe Caledonian (Pubs, Scottish), African PalaceNazareth RestaurantBilly’s Souvlaki PlaceMazz Sushi

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: The Bloorcourt Village shopping district on Bloor Street West, Dufferin Mall across the street from the Dufferin Grove park, Dovercourt Park, Christie Pitts Park, The Bloor Gladstone branch of the Toronto Public Library.

Getting to Dovercourt Park by Public Transit:

Dufferin Station and Ossington Station on the Bloor Danforth Subway Line - 63 and 316 on Ossington Avenue - 161 on Dovercourt Road - 26 on Dupont Street - 29 and 329 on Dufferin Street - 300 on Bloor Street West.