Old Toronto (Old Toronto) view of the skyscrapers of the financial district (Photo taken from the CN Tower). Old Toronto covers the area commonly known as Downtown (in Spanish: Centro). This is the historical heart of Toronto and the most densely populated city. Toronto’s financial district is the place where there are more skyscrapers in Canada: First Canadian Place, Toronto-Dominion Center, Scotia Plaza, Royal Bank Plaza, Commerce Court and Brookfield Place. From that point, the Toronto skyline extends northward along Yonge Street. Old Toronto there are also many historic residential enclaves such as Yorkville, Rosedale, The Annex, Forest Hill, Lawrence Park, Lytton Park, Moore Park and Casa Loma. In these areas generally feature luxury homes. Moreover, in the neighborhoods close to downtown, live a high percentage of immigrants and low-income families living in social housing and apartment blocks, as St. James Town, Regent Park, Moss Park, Alexandra Park and Parkdale.In the east and west of Downtown, neighborhoods like Kensington Market, Leslieville, Cabbagetown and Riverdale are commercial and cultural areas and home to many artists. These neighborhoods also have a growing percentage of middle-class professionals and high that interact with the situations of poor people living there. Other neighborhoods of Old Toronto retained an ethnic identity, including two Chinatowns, a Greek neighborhood and other areas like Little Italy, Portugal Village, Little India and others.