South Etobicoke is steadily metamorphosing into a major residential housing hotspot in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) as per several studies and reports. South Etobicoke has witnessed a mega transformation in recent years and is one of the most vibrant and happening places to live at present. South Etobicoke has witnessed the development of multiple condominium projects and other housing ventures while it has seen the mushrooming of several boutiques, cafes and restaurants, making it a hip spot for the young and trendy. South Etobicoke is already located within the city limits of Toronto and hence it does not require that much commuting. There are TTC routes going to the Bloor subway line which entails a ride of approximately 10 minutes and there is also a GO station with a TTC/GO Transit shuttle bust (first-ever) in tandem with good connectivity to the Gardiner Expressway.
There are wider tree lined boulevards and streets along with a less congested ambience and a nearby lake with nice views. There are sailing harbours, pathways and little beaches on the waterfront for residents to enjoy their leisure. Several restaurants and cafes abound as stated including the popular Tom’s Dairy Freeze and San Remo Bakery. Multiple new condo projects are coming up in South Etobicoke with the very best amenities and other features. Some of these include pet-friendly facilities, pools, gyms and entertainment amenities.
Most importantly, younger families and millennial buyers are also preferring to buy housing units in South Etobicoke due to its comparatively reasonable price point. Several areas in Toronto are more expensive and demand has spilled over to locations like these. There is good connectivity overall as per experts and good amenities including the restaurants, shopping zones, bars, cafes and also the vibrant waterfront. Several first-time home buyers are also choosing this location for its relatively reasonable home prices.