Etobicoke is west of Humber River, bounded by the lake to its south, east of Mississauga and the Toronto Pearson International Airport, and to its north it is bounded by the Steels Avenue West. European settlers discovered Mimico in the 1790s but it is only in the 20th century that this municipality grew into city status. In 1998, Etobicoke was amalgamated into the city of Toronto. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the South Etobicoke Mimico Condos for sale:
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Mimico is the ‘Up and Coming Neighbourhood’. Although this neighbourhood has seen drastic changes in the past few years, there is still a lot of space for builders to play with and demand is not slowing down. People are seeing the benefits of living in Mimico. It does not have the busy hustle and bustle of Toronto’s core, but it is just close enough for an effortless work-home commute. Moreover, to your east you are minutes away from Toronto’s hottest night clubs, and to your west you are minutes away from the quite suburban life. This area is especially attractive for working professionals, and young families. Mimico’s abundance of green space, wild life, and its laid back quality are attracting people out of Toronto’s downtown core. Many of the Etobicoke condos are built near the waterfront around Humber bay, where you will also find the Etobicoke Yacht Club and the Mimico Cruising club.
Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:
Sherway Gardens Mall: High end, exclusive shopping – if you need that ideal party piece you'll for sure find it here!
Red Lobster: At this sea-food chain experience the best food,drinks, and friendly atmosphere
Williams: The best waffles topped with ice cream and eveything you can imagine are served here, get a coffee to go along with it!
High Park: This park is easily accessible along the Humber Bay Park Trail and the Martin Goodman Trail.
South Humber Park: This park is bigger than it looks, with great views of the Humber river, and a substantial forest well worth exploring on foot. There is also a paved
trai, which leads north.
The 501 Streetcar line covers this area, in fact this is the longest line in the world, and it will get you all the way to the east end of the city. Busses running north and south on Royal York connect to the Bloor-Danforth Subway with connections to Mississauga, and the Toronto Pearson airport. If you’re travelling by car, both the Lake Shore and the Gardiner Expressway are at your front door.