We track years of completed developments, we then look at potential new developments and take in consideration things like appeal (demand) and infrastructure (updates).
Demand for new homes is strong in Leaside and its population is increasing every year. More families are attracted to new condos and townhomes in Leaside as compared to single family homes with an average price of over $1.5M. New LRT line called Eglinton Crosstown Line is proposed and Leaside will get its own stop on this extension of TTC. This will increase the value of real estate in Leaside and it will also make transportation faster and more efficient.
Leaside has many high-quality schools to take care of quality education of kids. It is also alluring because of world class shopping facilities that include Leaside Smart Centre and the numerous shops and restaurants on Bayview Avenue. In addition, there are also shopping streets such as Bloor West and Queen West to make the area irresistible for families. For recreation, Leaside has Leaside Memorial Community Gardens which not only has ice rinks and a curling rink but also two swimming pools.
Just to the north of Leaside is Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. It is a hospital and medical school that provides excellent health care facilities to patients. Leaside remains in high demand among middle class and upper-class families. This popularity also means that real estate values remain high in this neighbourhood in comparison to other areas in Toronto. After all, who doesn’t want to live in a neighbourhood with great transit facilities, wide green spaces, wonderful shopping malls, and excellent schools for kids?
Leaside is blessed with acres of land with lush green spaces. If you are looking for a place to buy a new home for your family, Leaside presents a wonderful opportunity to you. Your investment in Leaside new developments will prove excellent with high returns once the proposed extension of TTC takes concrete shape in future. These developments will also transform the existing housing landscape of the neighbourhood as most of the new homes under construction are condos and not detached houses.