Centrally located and along the Yonge Street corridor, Lansing is a peaceful and quiet neighbourhood sheltered from the outside traffic along its borders. Residential real estate in this neighbourhood is mostly owned and occupied by single families half of which are older couples with adult children living in post-war bungalows and the other half being younger wealthy families living in rebuilt homes. 

This neighbourhood is bordered by the Hwy 401 on the South, Yonge Street on the East, the York Cemetery on the North and Earl Bales Park on the West.

Notable Amenities at Lansing-Westgate

1. School and Education:   Cameron Public School, Little Owl Preschool Elementary, Don Valley Academy

2. Food and Restaurants: Nomé Izakaya (can't beat the price of oysters here), Sushi Moto (fresh food and impeccable service), Chez Laurent Restaurant (lovely rustic atmosphere), Kiyomizu Restaurant (high quality Japanese food), Shawarma Max (ginormous plates with a great taste).

3. Shopping, Leisure, and Recreation: Yonge and Sheppard retail district - Willowdale Plaza - street level shoppin at Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue - North York Civic Centre at Beecroft Drive - Douglas Snow Aquatic Centre - Mel Lastman Square - The Ford Centre for the Performing Arts - Gwendolen Park - Downsview Park 

Getting to Lansing-Westgate by Public Transit

Sheppard Yonge Station on the Sheppard Subway Line - 84 on Sheppard Avenue West - 98 on Senlac Road - 1S, 97 and 320 on Yonge Street

Lansing-Westgate Real Estate

Current Homes for Sale on Toronto MLS by the Lansing-Westgate Neighbourhood

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