16 Nov Up-and-coming Neighbourhoods Within the GTA
For years, Toronto has been a city on the grow. With constant changes to the infrastructure and rapid development projects everywhere you turn, it’s only natural that a few unseen pockets should emerge as gems. We’ve picked our top five up-and-coming neighbourhoods within the GTA – be sure to take check them out with the agent you meet on nobul.
Known to countless photographers for its scenic landscapes, particularly the famous Scarborough Bluffs, Birch Cliff is no longer a hidden gem. Condos and businesses have made the move east – and so should you, provided you’re into quaint, family-friendly lots and greenspace galore!
The revitalization plans for this east-end area has been a bone of contention for residents for years. However, low-income housing has improved, community outreach services have been implemented and condo buildings continue to crop up. Regent Park offers an affordable alternative to those seeking a downtown neighbourhood to call home
Far more affordable than neighbouring Riverdale and Beaches neighborhoods, Greenwood-Coxwell boasts proximity to Little India, Monarch Park, ample TTC coverage and Leslieville’s shops, restaurants and nightlife – in addition to fantastic schools and quiet, tree-lined streets.
This region north of the Junction has been called the best hope for any non-millionaire looking to own a detached home. Lots are spacious, big-box business are within reach and it’s incredibly easy to get around what with the St. Clair streetcar line and multiple bus routes.
You cannot beat the value options and picturesque views within this tight-knit waterfront community, accessible to the downtown corridor via the Lakeshore streetcar. The area’s cottage-style properties are a little architecturally dated, but lower price tags offer potential for masterful renovations and long-term growth.
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