The Junction

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A neighbourhood full of character, The Junction is ideally located north of High Park and south of the Stockyards District in West Toronto. It still maintains the charm of an old-world community thanks to the many buildings with original architecture, but has a vibrant energy because of the diverse group of residents and business owners bringing new life to the community.

Known for its popular restaurants and cozy cafes, The Junction is a hotspot for foodies and cuisine connoisseurs. Because of the railway lines that run through the neighbourhood, real estate values in The Junction have stayed more affordable than comparable neighbourhoods in the city, attracting a variety of residents—from young families with children to young professionals and retirees.

One of the area’s greatest amenities is the West Toronto Railpath (WTR), a multi-use path that runs from the west end to downtown. Commuters can access the GO Train and UP Express to connect to the Bloor subway line, the airport, and Union Station. A motorist-free area, the WTR connects locals with nature, art, and local businesses, all which line this 2.1 km-long linear park. With such a unique landmark and varied demographic, The Junction is a great place for investing in commercial real estate.

Bloor West Village

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Running along Bloor Street from Jane Street to Ellis Park Road, Bloor West Village (BWV) is a lively community of about eight city blocks in the heart of Toronto’s west end. Known as the “small village in a big city”, BWV is a bustling corridor that attracts people from all over the GTA, and is best explored on foot. 

Perfectly situated between High Park (Toronto’s largest park) and The Humber Marshes and Humber River, BWV caters to a variety of lifestyles, but the unique shopping experiences and abundance of local businesses is what really excites all who visit. There are over 400 independent stores along the strip, with every kind of offering you can imagine. From restaurants, bars, lounges, cafes, bakeries, and food markets, to clothing stores, personal services, jewelers, pharmacies, professional offices, and more—BVW is truly one-of-a-kind.

BVW is also home to the world’s first Business Improvement Area. The BVW BIA maintains the culture and character of the neighbourhood by unifying the hundreds of business owners in the area under the goal of safeguarding small business. This unifying purpose protects the integrity of the community and business landscape, making BVW a great option for commercial real estate investment. It’s also responsible for facilitating many local initiatives, including family-friendly events, classes, festivals, and more.

Dupont Street

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In Toronto’s west end, Dupont Street is a lively corridor stretching across the northwest, from Dundas Street West to Bathurst Street. It’s bordered by some of the city’s most up-and-coming neighbourhoods, including Christie Pits, Dovercourt Park, Wallace-Emerson, and The Junction Triangle. 

There is a diverse group of residents living along this area, as it covers a number of neighbourhoods, as well as a myriad of businesses catering to a range of lifestyles. From big-box stores to independent shops, Dupont Street is lined with retail options. There are design studios, hotels, fitness outlets, offices, galleries, specialty stores, and restaurants that offer a variety of cuisines, from Canadian comfort to authentic Asian, and everything in between. 

The street is also serviced by plenty of buses and streetcars, as well as subway stations, making it simple for locals to spend the day popping in and out of the businesses that line the corridor. There are a number of opportunities for commercial real estate investment along Dupont Street, and non-stop foot traffic of eager residents. 

Abutting the shores of Lake Ontario and bordered by neighbourhoods Roncesvales, Little Portugal, and Liberty Village, Parkdale is a popular, multicultural residential neighbourhood with a lot to offer. Designed with community in mind, Parkdale features pedestrian-friendly landscaping, colourful street art, and exciting local events. 

Excellently serviced by local transit, residents can easily make their way to neighbourhood favourites. There are a variety of amenities, and popular dining spots ranging from cheap eats to fine dining, and everything in between. Trendy Queen Street West runs through the middle of Parkdale, and is home to unique businesses you won’t find anywhere else. 

Residents from around the city flock to this neighbourhood to check out the unique vintage stores, indie boutiques, and chic galleries. As a waterfront community with an energetic atmosphere and distinct character, it’s one of Toronto’s greatest locations for commercial real estate investment.

An affluent community in Etobicoke, South Kingsway is bordered by Islington-City Centre West, the Humber River to the east, and Bloor Street West to the south. The popular communities of Bloor West Village and Runnymede are also just steps away.

Designed for families, The Kingsway features pedestrian-friendly streets and homes that are all within walking distance to most amenities and businesses, including schools, churches, recreation facilities, retailers, and professional and personal services. With wealthy clientele closeby, making a commercial real estate investment here is ideal.

Bloor Street West serves as the shopping district for this community, featuring a mix of retail options including independent shops, specialty boutiques, chain stores, restaurants, and offices. South Kingsway is serviced by the Royal York and Old Mill subway stations, offering convenient access to the neighbourhood and surrounding businesses.

Comprising the neighbourhoods of The Queensway and Mimico/Lakeshore, South Etobicoke is another waterfront community in Toronto’s west end that offers more affordable real estate options than other neighbourhoods in this area of town. Residents include families as well as professionals looking for better-value housing close enough to the city’s core. 

The Queensway is home to several greenspaces and parks, as well as large shopping plazas. The neighbourhood’s main retail district is anchored by the Kipling-Queensway Mall, right off the Gardiner Expressway which cuts through South Etobicoke. 

The Mimico/Lakeshore neighbourhood in South Etobicoke is an established community right on the shores of Lake Ontario. An area filled with community pride, there are several events  that bring residents together, including Lakeshore Community Festival, Etobicoke-Lakeshore Christmas Parade, and the Mimico Festival.

With quick access to Lakeshore Boulevard West, The Gardiner Expressway, and a GO Transit station, residents and commuters can easily get around the neighbourhood and access local businesses and amenities. With plenty of options for recreation, including Etobicoke Yacht Club, sports clubs, Mimico Waterfront Park, Humber Bay Park East Trail residents are always active in the community. With an energetic population and lower real estate costs, South Etobicoke provides an excellent opportunity for commercial investment.

Toronto offers a range of excellent opportunities for building your portfolio with lucrative commercial real estate assets. We’ll walk you through the neighbourhoods and options that best suit your goals.

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