$2,668.68 / 2020
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About The Neighbourhood
Lansing-Westgate is centrally located to the north of Hwy. 401 and bordered by Yonge and Bathurst Streets.
The Lansing area was developed into a residential neighbourhood of mostly single-family owned and occupied homes between 1910 and the 1950s. In the older portions nearest Yonge Street the homes are one- and two-storey pre-war houses while in the newest areas, properties consist of modest one-and-a-half-storey postwar houses. Lansing-Westgate homes generally fall into two categories, the first being older couples, living in post-war bungalows, and the second being younger families living in modern properties which have been built on the sites of former bungalows.
There are plenty of outdoor activities easily available to residents of Lansing-Westgate. The area contains the expansive Earl Bales Park. This park is home to the North York Ski & Snowboard Centre, an off-leash dog area, playground, picnic sites and fire pits.
North York Civic Centre is located in the north-east corner of this neighbourhood, on Yonge Street north of Sheppard Avenue. It’s by Mel Lastman Square, which features 20,000 square feet of open space, a garden court, an outdoor amphitheatre, fountains and a reflecting pool. Special events that showcase music, art, dancing, theatre, food, and sports are held there, along with a variety of festivals, concerts, fundraisers, art displays, and more. In winter, the pond becomes an outdoor ice rink.
Close to shops, green space, and easy transportation to downtown, Lansing-Westgate is an ideal neighbourhood for professionals and families alike.