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Oakridge

Neighborhood Overview

Oakridge, Toronto

Oakridge Neighbourhood Overview

Oakridge is a gated community in the Scarborough region of Toronto, Canada. It has a fantastic array of newer and older housing residences, a thriving shopping area parallel to the longitudinal Danforth Avenue, and plenty of recreation bases and parkland. Oakridge's era began with the construction of the Oakridge Public School on Danforth Road in 1913. In 1967, the educational institute  was demolished and altered by Oakridge Park. At the Danforth Street entrance area. There is also a date stone monument to the traditional Oakridge school. On Byng Road, the old-aged school was substituted by a new tech modern school.   Oakridge houses come in several sizes, silhouettes, and patterns. These buildings were built between the 1910s and the 1950s. The majority of the ancient Oakridge homes were self-constructed, then expanded and enhanced over time. This area is currently undergoing new house construction as several of the old buildings are demolished to make way for manufacturing, modern buildings.

Liveability & Lifestyle of Oakridge

The Intersection of the Danforth performance improvement neighbourhood consists of tiny, individually-owned shop restaurants and shops that serve the basic facilities  of the nearby area. Most of the retail shops are situated at the southwest corner of Danforth Road and Victoria Park Avenue, which is a popular place for Oakridge inhabitants. Moreover, the massive shopping centre is well recognised for its numerous discount retailers. The overall livability statistics are determined by a variety of factors, including the rate of employment, housing amenities, rate of crime, and so on, as listed below:
Livability 76
Schools B-
Housing  B+
Employment C-
Amenities A+
Crime C+
Cost of Living C
As per Toronto Police, the rate of crime in Oakridge is 3% less than the rest of the city. Even though the community has a reputation for experiencing high levels of crime.

People and Culture of Oakridge

This Toronto gated community has emerged as a haven for immigrant settling neighbourhoods over the last two decades. It also serves as a refuge for immigrants who are having difficulty looking to settle in other areas of Canada. It is because the area is gradually becoming old and requires rebuilding, and the government intends to give it a completely new look in the coming 10 years. The renovation will enable people to live better lives. For the development of the city, the authority has already begun talking with inhabitants, employees, and a group of experts. Oakridge's population is a combination of upper and middle-class inhabitants. Oakridge's ethnic demographics are diversified, with several religions and ethnic groups. More than half of the community members are from outside Canada. In addition, over 51% of occupants are Christian, while 20% are Muslim. The community is 53% English, with over 20% speaking Bengali, Urdu, or Tamil, and the remainder identifying as unofficial English or other. The below table depicts the employment ratio of the Oakridge area:
Employment Index Oakridge
Median household income $46,205
Unemployment rate 7.20%
In labour force 56.70%
 

Top Attractions & Places to Visit in Oakridge 

Toronto is the largest city in Canada and ranks among the most liveability cities all over the world. It offers excellent stability for urban and recreational lifestyles. The city attracts tourists from all corners of the globe with its virtually unlimited availability of parkland, golf beach resorts, walking paths, and green spaces. Oakridge, among the most beautiful city in Toronto, has a lot of open green space. It is close to many spectacular sights to see such as
  • Salt Creek Falls
  • Waldo Lake
  • Willamette Hatchery
  • Hills Creek Reservoir
  • Oakridge Art Council Gallery
  • Willamette Mountain Mercantile-Oakridge Bike Shop

Things to do in Oakridge

Aside from being an upscale suburb, Oakridge is the ideal area in terms of becoming trinity, modern, and convenient all at the same time. Oakridge is a vivid and distinct Toronto area. The district offers a variety of exciting activities, including art galleries, exhibitions, local restaurants and cafes, delightful boutique shops, and farmers' marketplaces.

Enjoy the Nightlife

Oakridge's nightlife is not as vibrant as that of other sections of Toronto. However, there are a few spots in which one can relax and have fun. Danforth has a vibrant nightlife with numerous bars and grooving rooms. End your day by dancing to your popular tunes with the ideal DJs in the region.

Go on Shopping Trip

There are numerous stores in this neighbourhood in which one can buy a variety of items. There is plenty more to discover, ranging from antiques to clothes and shoes, ornaments, and more. Interior decorating items, giving away options, and children's clothing can all be found in Oakridge. Purchase what feels right for you and end up making the best of your time in this community.

Discover Parks as a Traveller

You can discover the surrounding areas to satisfy your appetite for nature's purity. The location itself is ideal for a green, open area. You will find yourself in a comfortable and joyful state. Serene elegance adds colour to happy vibes.

Distance & Commute from Popular Locations

Inhabitants of Oakridge have quick access to public transit. 
  • Bus services on Victoria Park, Danforth Road, and Warden Avenues provide direct access to Bloor-Danforth metro stations. 
  • Citizens can travel to downtown Toronto's Union Station in 15 minutes from the Danforth Go Subway station.
  • Danforth Road is an east-west arterial route that leads directly into the heart of Toronto.
  • This route takes about twenty minutes to downtown Toronto, passing via one of Toronto's greatest dazzling shopping streets.

Popular Markets in Oakridge

The Oakridge neighbourhood has a diverse range of grocery shops and farmers' markets that are popular with both locals and tourists. Some of these marketplaces allow farm owners to sell their unfiltered organic products directly from the farm to clients. Several markets sell fresh and natural fruits, veggies, fish, chicken, and dairy items. Depending on favorability ratings, the following are among the top grocery shops and farmers' marketplaces in and around Oakridge:
Popular Markets in Oakridge Ratings 
East Lynn Park 4.5
Withrow Park Farmers' Market 4.6
Janny's Fruit Market 4.0
The Leslieville Farmers' Market 4.7
Oakridge Park 4.3
Plank Road Market 4.8
Fruitland 4.1
Warren Fruit Market 4.5
The Big Carrot Danforth Community Market 3.8
Dragon Supermarket 4.2

Oakridge Demographics

The total population density in Oakridge is 74% greater than in Toronto where the median age in Oakridge is 4% less than in Toronto. In addition, 38.05% contributes to the population of South Asians, 19.01% of the population to Black and 5.05% of the population to Chinese.  The below table depicts the statistics of Oakridge city. 
Statistic Oakridge
Total Population 15,577
Population density (sq km) 8,204
Median age 37.7
Male/Female ratio 1.0:1
Married couples 66%
Families with children at house  50%
Only Speak English  89.70%
Only Speak French  0.10%

Things to Do in Oakridge With Kids & Pets

Oakridge is acknowledged as among the best tourist destinations because the area is child-friendly for families. There are many parks and amusements nearby for children to enjoy. Furthermore, the area is a pet-friendly society, and both residents and visitors can walk with their pets on Oakridge's parks and streets. A few of the kid-friendly areas are- 
  • Children's Museum of Oak Ridge 
  • Haw Ridge Park
  • University of Tennessee Arboretum
  • Melton Lake Park
  • American Museum of Science & Energy

Average Cost of Living in Oakridge

The cost of living in Oak Ridge is 15% below the national average. The living expenses in any neighbourhood can vary depending on variables such as your occupation, your annual wage, and the local housing market.
Cost of Living Oak Ridge(%)
Overall 85
Grocery 95.6
Health 97.2
Housing  66.1
Median Home Cost $192,800
Utilities 96.3
Transportation 85
Miscellaneous 104.4
National Average 100

Real Estate Housing Market of Oakridge

The neighbourhood's real estate market is quite dynamic. Generally, sales prices change rapidly based on the market's current state. The real estate market at Oakridge is presently compensated with a three-month stock. A significant proportion of Oakridge's real estate is made up of condominiums and townhouses.

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Danforth Road and Victoria Park Avenue are some of the regions near Oakridge, Toronto.

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Oakridge has seen a steady rise in the number of homes getting sold in the area.

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