Liberty Village- known as the artsy neibourhood located south of King St W, Just few minutes away from the entertainment and fashion gallery of King St W. Liberty is popular for renters looking for affordable areas to act as their primary residency- making Liberty Village a great investment opportunity for future cash flow!
- King West- the perfect way to describe King West is hip and trendy! A neighbourhood that was years ago a district lined with abandoned warehouses and other properties. Located in the downtown core, the area is popular with young professionals in search of the urban lifestyle. King West offers a large variety of residential options to invest in, with condos fast becoming the most attractive property type!
- Yonge and Eglington- Investing in real estate for long been a reserve of the downtown core, however now we have pocket neighbourhoods outside the downtown core yet within the city that boasts of the same features and benefits downtown has. Yonge and Eglington offers great transit, great infrastructure, and the potential for a future rise in property prices are just as strong in Yonge and Eglinton as they are in the downtown core. One of the things making Yonge and Eglinton receive more attention is the ongoing construction of the LRT. Most of which will be underground, as it will improve accessibility to Toronto city. That aside, the place is popular with young families, a situation enabled by the presence of the best schools in Toronto, the best restaurants in the city, and the upcoming offices that signal potential for more jobs.
- Queens Quay- a notable street in the Harborfront, has been experiencing a revitalization for the past decade. Queens Quay was largely commercial due to its piers, but huge parts of it have been rebuilt into premium waterfront property. Today, the neighbourhood has a variety of parks, entertainment facilities, and office spaces for rent!