The Toronto Neighbourhoods are described by The Toronto Real Estate Districts or Area Names or School Districts when one is talking real estate areas in which to live.
- C01 - The Downtown Financial Core - South of Bloor, West of Yonge Street
- C02 - The Annex - West of Yonge St. - Area in close proximity to the University of Toronto
- C03 - Forest Hill 'The Village' - West of Yonge St bound by St Clair Ave. & Eglinton Ave.
- C04 - North Toronto - West of Yonge - Also identified by one of the following Schools Allenby, John Ross
- Robertson, Glenview, John Wanless, and other Schools
- C08 - Cabbagetown - South of Bloor, East of Yonge Street
- C09 - Rosedale and Moore Park - East of Yonge, South and North of St Clair Ave.
- C10 - North Toronto - East of Yonge - South & North of Eglinton - Also identified by one of the following Schools
- Blythwood, Bedford Park, Northern Secondary and other Schools
- C11 - Leaside - 'South Leaside' and 'North Leaside' - East of Bayview South & North of Eglinton Ave.
- C12 - York Mills - Bridle Path, Granite Club Areas
- C13 - Don Mills - Area bound by Leslie, Victoria Park, Eglinton and Highway 401
Many neighborhoods have their own churches, day care facilities, libraries, shopping, recreational facilities (including hockey and baseball teams), and organizations such as Brownies and Scouts, to mention a few. Yonge St. is the divide where streets continue East or West, with numbering starting at Yonge St. going higher East and West. Most streets in the Central Toronto Neighborhoods going North and South number from their most southerly location (there are a few exceptions). Also most homes on the North or West sides of a street will be an even number and those on the South or East sides with be odd numbers (there are a few exceptions). Transportation to the downtown Toronto Business District or Shopping Areas are easily accessible by The Toronto Transit System, or by car. The main arterial roads give easy access to Lakeshore Blvd., The Don Valley Parkway, Gardiner Expressway and Highway 401 which lead to the other highways going East, West or North of Central Toronto.