A recently coined name, The Upper Beaches, is a Toronto neighbourhood directly north of the Beaches neighbourhood. The western part of the neighbourhood was previously called Norway, while the other part is the Town of East Toronto. It's current name was first used by real estate agents and developers back in the early 2000's while selling homes on the redeveloped areas. 

The Upper Beaches neighbourhood is bounded by Kingston Road on the South, Victoria Park Avenue on the East, the CPR Railway line on the North, and Coxwell Avenue on the West. 

Notable Amenities at Upper Beaches:

1. School and Eduational Facility: Adam Beck Junior Public School, Mavern Collegiate Institute, Kimberley Junior Public School, Norway Junior Public School, Bowmore Road Junior and Senior Public School, St. John Catholic Elementary, Notre Dame Catholic Secondary, Neil McNeil Catholic Secondary

2. Food and Restaurants: The Burger’s PriestCool Runnings Restaurant (Caribbean), No Bull BurgersCasa Di Giorgios (Italian, Pizza), Beach Hill RestaurantKing’s DinerThe Feathers Pub (British, Pub), The Beech Tree (Wine Bars)

Getting to Upper Beaches by Public Transit:

Danforth GO Station Rail - 301, 501, 502, and 503 on Queen Street East - 32 and 322 on Coxwell Avenue - 306 and 506 on Gerrard Street East - 502, 503, 22 and 322 on Kingston Road - 12 and 324 on Victoria Park Avenue