Where do the biggest Toronto Maple Leafs fans live? In Maple Leaf, of course. And to be clear, in order to regularly attend games at Scotiabank Arena while living in this North York neighbourhood, you’d have to be a huge fan.
Situated just south of the 401, this family neighbourhood offers a quiet reprieve from the big city. Renters might not pay much attention to this area but there are condos for rent in Maple Leaf; in an 8 storey mid-rise or a townhome development; 102-220 Rory Road Townhomes offers spacious suites that are suitable for families, while Visto Condominium on Maple Leaf and its high-end finishes might be more appealing to young professionals.
Condos for rent in Maple Leaf aren’t as convenient as those found in downtown Toronto — dining, shopping and public transit options are limited; However, Yorkdale Mall is to the east of Maple Leaf, and there’s dining, shopping and nightlife south of Lawrence Ave W.
Maple Leaf condos for rent are an excellent choice for small families — there are schools in the Catholic and public boards, and large green spaces like North Park which has walking trails and playgrounds. Plus, Amesbury Park to the south has sports fields and recreation facilities.