Riverdale is a large and diverse neighbourhood well known for its colourful shopping districts and quaint Victorian homes. Convenient transit has also attracted many families to this high-density neighbourhood blessed with an abundance of parkland space.

Riverdale is bounded by the Lake Shore Blvd East-Railway tracks on the South, Greenwood Avenue on the East, Selkirk St-Fulton Ave-Jackman Ave-Danforth Avenue on the North, and the Don Valley Parkway on the West.

Notable Amentities at Riverdale:

1. Schools: Holy Name Catholic Elementary School, Holy Cross Catholic Elementary School, Montcrest Private School in addition to well over 10 public schools to choose from

2. Food and Restaurants: Check out Rooster Coffee House for coffee and tea, Ruby Watchco for Canadian cuisine, Bach Yen for Vietnamese cuisine, Athens Pastries for backeries and Mediterranean Cuisine, Pantheon Restaurant for Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, Bonjour Brioche for French breakfast & brunch, and chill at Aft Kitchen & Bar.

3. Lifestyle and Recreation: Toronto's well know landmark, "The Danforth" is the largest Greek neighbourhood in North America. So it's not surprising that Riverdales best known shopping district is along Danforth Avenue. Another shopping destination point for Riverdale residents is Queen Broadview Village, a historic shopping district with some interesting antique and collectible stores.

In addition to shopping, Riverdale has multiple parks and parkettes each with its own tennis court, wading pool, hockey rink, and baseball diamond. 

Getting to Riverdale by Public Transit:

Bus and Streetcar routes to this area include: 504, 505, and 303 along Broadview Avenue - 301, 306, 501, and 506 along Gerrard Street. This neighbourhood is also accessible with the Bloor-Danforth subway line on Donlands, Pape, and Chester Station.