Six Points Condos
Six Points Neighbourhood
Six Points is a trendy neighbourhood for young professionals, couples and growing families. It’s currently an evolving section for Toronto residential real estate. It is bounded by Mimico Creek to the east, Bloor Street West to the south, Kipling Avenue to the west and slightly north of Burnhamthorpe Road to the north.
The area is undergoing a significant transformational change. It’s a community with a bustling enterprise mixed with single-family dwellings, shopping plazas, and commercial/industrial lands, as well as a flourishing scene of newly established condominium developments. Once completed, it will revamp the area into a better blended pedestrian-friendly grid of streets that will allow all modes of transportation.
Soon it will feature, bike lanes, green spaces, and a wide pedestrian boulevard. These elements will work together to make it a more appealing and significant community for its existing and future residents. It will be a place to come together, rather than one people simply traverse through without giving a second thought. The population in the neighbourhood is 38,084, but that is expected to increase in coming years. The average after-tax household income is $72,892.
The neighbourhood largely features condos, accounting for 77% of sales, accompanied by detached houses at 19% and townhouses at 2%. Condo apartments are the most common trend and the majority of properties have two bedrooms. The average price in the area over the past year has been $673,494, which is an increase of 12% over the previous year. The average cost of condos over the past year was $413,427 as compared to the average freehold price of $1,473,964.
It’s certainly one of Toronto’s rising communities. This neighbourhood functions almost as its own metropolis. Most of its commercial land is being overtaken by new developing residential initiatives. Families here take advantage of its great schools, while singles and professionals choose to live here for its outstanding amenities, public transit facilities and local lifestyle.
Islington and Kipling Subway Stations are housed in the area, in addition to the GO Train commuter post. The accessibility and satisfaction of getting around this community is one of the neighbourhood’s major selling points. For drivers, Highway 427 borders the west perimeter, which connects south to the Gardiner Expressway and north to Highway 401.
This neighbourhood is a splendid alternative if you crave a downtown lifestyle. Anything you heart desires can be found via the Bloor/Dundas and Kipling regions. This is a long established neighbourhood that encompasses one of western Toronto's fundamental intersections.
New condos will deliver new vitality to the area, making it a hub for social, cultural, administrative, and recreational services; which in turn will encourage and facilitate social interaction by fostering a combined sense of community spirit, belonging and identity to the area. Don’t lose out in the opportunity to make this community your new home address.
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