Christian Matthews : Toronto, Leslieville and East York Real Estate Agent

New Toronto is located along Toronto's western beaches. It is a neighbourhood in transition as the industrial corridor located at the north end of the neighbourhood has recently been converted to residential zoning. Like many others parts of the city, industry is moving out in favour of new developments and plans are underway for new home developments.

New Toronto has a diverity of socio-ecomonic groups and cultures with a large seniro population. What makes this developing neighbourhood attractive are the numerous bicycle trail, convenient TTC and Go Transit service, affordable homes and quick access to downtown Toronto via Lake Shore Boulevard.

New Toronto's offer a mix of brick bungalows and modest two storey houses  built largely between the 1910's and the 1950's. Larger single family homes are located closer to the lake, south of Lake Shore Boulevard.

While the neighbourhood indicators on the right gives an indication of the price ranges to get in the neighbourhood based on current active listings and sold listings over the last 30 days, new home buyers should keep an eye on the area north of Birmingham Road, between Islington and Kipling Avenues, for upcoming new home developments. 

New Toronto is bounded by Lake Ontario to the south, with a western boundary of Twenty-Third Street (south of Lake Shore Blvd. West) and the midpoint between Twenty-Second and Twenty-Fourth Streets (north of Lake Shore Blvd. West), the Canadian National Railway mainline to the north, and Dwight Avenue to the east. To the east is the neighbourhood of Mimico and the neighbourhood of Long Branch is to the west.