On the West end of Toronto you can find Etobicoke, which was established back in the ‘70s, and is now an administrative suburban district of Toronto. With a population of around 360,000, the district is a picturesque and affordable place to live in. Are you by any change thinking of moving to Etobicoke? YES! Smart choice. Keep reading.
Large streets, shopping malls and many dead-end (cul-de-sac) house clusters make Etobicoke quite a visually appealing city. Many choose to move here because of the employment options they have and because of the rather distinguishing urban landscape. The area is highly industrialized, with numerous companies having moved their headquarters and production units in here.
Diverse and modern
Etobicoke has a very diverse population with diverse lifestyles, as well. People from all over the world moved here and made this place their home. Given this, the specifics of the architecture cannot be very homogenous, either. The city consists of The Lakeshore plus Central Etobicoke plus Northern Etobicoke. There are quite some differences between these places, which makes Etobicoke suitable for all kinds of preferences.
There are many green spaces, with trails and parks, all around the district. Lake Ontario, located at the South, also offers some pretty amazing views and great places to relax.
Etobicoke’s population, as diverse at it is from an ethnic perspective, is less heterogenous when it comes to the social categories. Young people and middle-class families, along with entrepreneurs represent the majority of the population here. The education system is very up-to-date and you can find many good schools in Etobicoke. This applies for children of all ages and both when it comes to public and to private institutions.
Inspirational and energetic
When it comes to spending your free time, Etobicoke has a lot to offer! The multiculturalism of the district is present in all aspects of life here. Restaurants and breweries with international inspiration, boutiques and shops and sport centres are all here for you, at any time.
Are you really thinking of moving to Etobicoke? Smart thought. Make sure to contact your real estate agent to find you a new place in Etobicoke. In the meantime, get in touch with us at Let’s Get Moving and get a free estimate for your move to Etobicoke!