Ravi Singh and his associates are
an award-winning Real Estate Team and are Pickering specialists. Downtown Toronto is a widely diverse and ecclectic community and The Ravi Singh Team are definitely the experts! When you are looking to buy or sell in the Downtown Toronto area, having a knowledgeable Team working for you is always a key asset and a smart choice.
We are educated in every Pickering pocket. Downtown Toronto is bounded by Bloor Street to the North, Lake Ontarion to the South, the Don River to the East and Bathurst Street to the West.   
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TORONTO AT A GLANCE

Founded - 1793 (Town of York, Now known as St. Lawrence Market) Population - 2,615,060 Geographic Size - 4,149 km (10,750 sq miles)

Major Cultural Groups - In 2006, a majority of Torontonians claimed their ethnic origins from as either in whole or part from England (15.9%), Canada (12.8%), Scotland (11.1%), China (10.6%), Ireland (10.5%), India (9.6%), Italy (9.2%), Germany (5.1%), France (4.8%), Poland (4.1%), Portugal (3.7%), the Philippines (3.6%), and Jamaica (3.2%).[66] The five largest visible minority groups in Toronto are South Asian (12.0%), Chinese (11.4%), Black (8.4%), Filipino (4.1%) and Latin American (2.6%).[66] Aboriginal peoples, who are not considered visible minorities, formed 0.5% of the population.[66] This diversity is reflected in Toronto's ethnic neighbourhoods, which include Chinatown, Corso Italia, Greektown, Kensington Market, Koreatown, Little India, Little Italy, Little Jamaica, Little Portugal and Roncesvalles.

Centres of Attraction - CN Tower, Rogers Centre, Hockey Hall of Fame, Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Toronto, Casa Loma, Spadina House, The Gardiner Museum, The Bata Show Museum, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Redpath Sugar Museum, Don Vallety Brick Works, Harbourfront, Ontarion Place, The Eaton Centre, Mirvish Theatres, Royal Alex Theatre, The Entertainment District and so much more.


Modes of Transportation - Public transportation include, Toronto Tranist Commission (TTC) and GO Transit. he main municipal expressways in Toronto include the Gardiner Expressway, the Don Valley Parkway, and to some extent, Allen Road.

Public School Systems - The Toronto District School Board


Types of Housing - Detached Homes, Semi-Detached Homes, Townhomes - Attached/Detached and Linked, Duplex Homes, Bungalows, Condominiums - Low-Rise and High-Rise, Low-Rise Apartments Buildings, High-Rise Apartments

Established Neighbourhoods - Alexandra Park, The Annex, Cabbagetown, Chinatown, Church and Wellesley, Cityplace, Corktown, Discovery District, Distrillery District, Entertainment District, Fashion District, Financial District, Grange Park, Waterfront Communities, Garden District, Kensignton Market, Libert Village, Leslieville, Moss Park, Niagara, Queen West, Port Lands, Regent Park, St. James Town, St. Lawrence Market, Yorkville

Places of Worship - St. James Cathedral, St. Michael's Cathredral, St. Paul's Basilica

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236 Euclid Avenue
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