Seaton Village is a quiet, family-oriented village west of downtown Toronto. It is encompassed by the Canadian Pacific Railway Tracks, Bloor Street, Bathurst Street, and Christie Street.
The Seaton Village neighbourhood is home to a diverse community and is popular with young urban families, writers, architects, and art-loving professionals. It has several entertainment spots, green spaces by the Seaton Valley, and the ambience and peacefulness of a small town. It has a convenient transport system through the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway stations at Christie and Bathurst and the connecting buses that operate via Dupont Street.
A shopping district that includes a Koreatown retail corridor is situated along Bloor Street, between Christie and Bathurst. It features restaurants, shops, and nightclubs in addition to Korean food and gift shops that attract people from all over the city to Seaton Village.
Bathurst Street and Dupont Street host smaller businesses, shops, professional offices, and retail stores that largely target local residents. Both Vermont Square Park and Christie Pits Park offer residents recreational, sporting, and playground facilities.