Niagara is a mix of residential and industrial neighbourhoods in Toronto. It falls south of Queen Street West, Bathurst to the east, Strachan avenue to the west and the railway corridor passes through the south of the neighbourhood. The eastern part of the city is called the Fashion District. The prominent inhabitants of the residential area are young urbanites. Niagara, Toronto is a beautiful neighbourhood brimming with life, art and food. There are art galleries, restaurants, markets, bookstores and fashion stores.
There is a significant decrease in the industrial area of Niagara due to the upcoming residential areas. Stanley park is a multipurpose area where the residents reach out for entertainment. Most of the sites are within walking distance. Public transportation around the area is well-established.
Area Vibes score the liveability of Niagara at 78 out of 100. As a neighbourhood, Niagara is ranked 141 in Toronto and 913 in Ontario. In terms of liveability, it stands at 72 and 67 in Ontario and Canada, respectively. Niagara ranks 98% better than surrounding neighbourhoods. The neighbourhood of Niagara offers good amenities to its residents. It is at a suitable distance from schools, hospitals, shopping malls and other entertainment areas. The people of this neighbourhood prefer Stanley Park for recreational activities. The following table gives a basic idea of the liveability and lifestyle in Niagara-
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Niagara is a safe neighbourhood. The possibility of being a victim of a crime is one out of 40. Crime in Niagara is almost 40% lower than the national average. Violent crimes in the vicinity are 38% higher than the Canadian average. Niagara is 57% safer than the rest of the neighbourhoods in Ontario. Every year the crime rate decreases by 15%.
If you go for a walk in the district, you will come across quaint antique stores, restaurants, grocery stores, bookstores, and beautiful boutiques, to name a few.