As many of you know, increasingly, York Region has seen a surge in the number of pre-construction condos being planned throughout neighbourhoods that were prior to this vast commercial spaces. With the growth of the city of Toronto and its house prices, a lot of people have been pushed out into other boroughs of Toronto that are not central.
However, this has been encouraged in part by the strength of the communities of the other boroughs in Toronto. North York has been known always as being home to some of the best green space that the city of Toronto has to offer. With expansive trail routes, ravines, and cultivated tree preservation areas this is no surprise.
In the same regard, this means for residents that they and their children will have access to these spaces and enjoy the health benefits of green space as long as the social benefits of green space. So, it’s a large part of this part of Toronto for property owners and residents that this space is preserved.
When we talk about North York, we often associate neighbourhoods such as Don Mills / Banbury with ranch-style homes and quiet cul-de-sacs and mansions along The Bridle Path. If we think about North York in traditional terms of the last few decades, the range is in large lots and big living spaces.