Population Increase & Economic Outlook
Located on the western edge of Toronto, Etobicoke is experiencing rapid population growth. With Toronto already home to over 2.7 million people and continuing to grow, the demand for housing is increasing. By 2031, an estimated 259,000 new homes will be needed, while the city is projected to provide only 157,800, resulting in a shortage of over 100,000 homes. This scarcity will drive up demand, leading to increased real estate values and rental rates.
Connectivity & Transportation
Etobicoke is well-connected to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) through Highways 427 and the Gardiner Expressway, seamlessly linking commuters to major highways. The area also benefits from convenient transportation options, including UP Express, MiWay and TTC Bus Transit, Streetcar Transit, four GO Stations, and three Subway Stations, ensuring easy access to various destinations.
Living in Etobicoke offers unparalleled convenience and access to numerous attractions. With quick and easy connections to Downtown Toronto, the CNE, Budweiser Stage at Ontario Place, BMO Field, Billy Bishop Airport, Sherway Gardens, Humber College, and more, residents can enjoy a vibrant and active lifestyle. The area boasts natural beauty, with the Humber River and Lake Ontario providing stunning water views. High Park, Toronto’s largest public park, covers 399 acres and offers hiking trails, sports facilities, a lakefront, parking, public transit access, a dog park, a zoo, and more.
Harhay Developments, a trusted and reputable developer, has been serving the industry since 1989. With a focus on design, development, and construction, Harhay Developments has grown into one of Canada’s premier boutique developers. Their expertise and commitment ensure high-quality projects that meet the needs and expectations of homebuyers.