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Regent Park Toronto

Regent Park, Toronto >


Boundaries: Gerard St. south to Shuter St between Parliament St. and River St.

GTA region: Downtown Toronto

Smaller hoods
within: None

TTC stops:
College, Dundas or Queen station, streetcar east to Parliament St.

GO stops: None

More useful information below...

regent park at a glance

Formerly the centre of the Cabbagetown, Regent Park (Toronto) is an extremely culturally diverse neighbourhood, with more than half of its population being immigrants. The average income for Regent Park residents is approximately half the average for other Torontonians. A majority of families in Regent Park are classified as low-income. Poverty is a reality for seven in ten Regent Park families. Accordingly, Regent Park's residential dwellings are entirely social housing, and cover the entire community. Regent Park is North America's oldest social housing project, having been built in the late 1940s.

useful links and sources

myhood.ca - Check out Rental Listings or Apartment Reviews on myhood.ca to find rentals in Regent Park, Toronto.

Wikipedia -
more information on Regent Park, Toronto.

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