The Queensway is a arterial street that runs along Toronto, Etobicoke and Mississauga, where the bulk of the neighbourhood is located in Etobicoke and more formally named Stonegate-Queensway. A street with many names, motorists may notice the signs like “The Queensway” , “Queensway Avenue” and “Queensway” – With access to the 427 Highway and TTC Streetcar, the area is home to many popular commercial destinations, restaurants, auto dealerships and a few new condo developments. Most notably in the Etobicoke area, The Queensway neighbourhood is best served by public transit with a number of condos planned to take root. The area is one to look out for in the future.
We track years of completed developments, we then look at potential new developments and take in consideration things like appeal (demand) and infrastructure (updates).
The Queensway is one of the most popular neighbourhoods of Etobicoke, and as compared to Sunnylea and the Kingsway, it promises a much more affordable lifestyle.
Recently, The Queensway has witnessed a rise in new condo developments. Townhomes and old bungalows have always dominated the real estate market of this neighbourhood, but recently, many of the old properties are being topped up or razed down to be replaced with newer developments and condo buildings.
Smaller homes and old bungalows are being torn down in the Queensway, and their place is being taken by new buildings and high-rise residential developments. For instance, the Ambleside Avenue has emerged as one of the most prime locations for luxury condos and executive real estate.
Investors and homeowners seeking to invest in charming old bungalows need to act fast and the culture of “topping up” old buildings in rampant in The Queensway, and now is a great time to land an affordable bargain on an original bungalow.
The neighbourhoods real estate market has observed another trend: an increase in residential townhouses. Many unwanted commercial properties in The Queensway are being torn down to create mixed-use buildings.
The Queensway is undoubtedly one of the most popular neighbourhoods of Etobicoke, and it enjoys immense popularity amongst millennials, who have moved to the community in the past few years. There are many reasons why people chose to relocate to the Queensway and invest in its thriving real estate market.
The community is home to some of the best school systems in Etobicoke, and its leafy streets are abuzz with a strong sense of community living, and a friendly environment that is ideal for raising kids and starting a family. The neighbourhood is home to some incredible fine dining restaurants, including the Pazzia Osteria, Pastucci’s, the Dimplmeier Bakery and the Artisano Bakery Café.
The Queensway Park connects the neighbourhood with a picturesque walking trail. The neighbourhood is also home to some of the best schools in the city of Etobicoke, including the Norseman Junior Middle School, Holy Angels Catholic School and École Sainte-Marguerite-d’Youville.
The residents of The Queensway enjoy a luxuriously comfortable transit system with multiple options, including the TTC, GO Transit and Gardiner Expressway.