Moss Park is a residential neighbourhood situated in downtown Toronto. The area is bounded by Jarvis Street and Parliament Street and is dominated by public housing projects. It was initially constructed to provide housing for the workers in the industrial area near the neighbourhood. However, many buildings were demolished during the 1960s to construct the Moss Park public housing project.
Houses in Moss Park are suitable for families with low incomes and are generally rented. The vibrancy of the neighbourhood can be seen in terms of cultural diversity that offers a certain degree of uniqueness to the place.
With a livability score of 70, the Moss Park neighbourhood is considered a decent area in Toronto. In recent years, there have been initiatives to revitalise the neighbourhood and improve the quality of life for its residents. For instance, the city has invested in improving the area's public parks and community centres, providing access to recreational activities.
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The crime rate in the neighbourhood of Moss Park is 18% lower than the national average, which is better than many other neighbourhoods in Ontario.
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