The Lowdown on Hurontario

Your Typical Neighbour

A growing family with children who enjoys living in a more suburban type atmosphere, surrounded by smaller independent shops but still a stone’s throw from the big city amenities. Hurontario has a larger number of residents born outside the country than the average in Mississauga, which is representative of this diverse neighbourhood.

What We

Large suburban feeling homes with lots of room for a growing family.

What We Don't

Many of the homes are similar and give off that cookie cutter vibe.

Most buyers looking to move to Hurontario are doing so because they are looking to move into a larger property to suit the needs of their grown(ing?) family while keeping a close eye on budget. Although the detached homes in this neighbourhood still rival the $1M mark, you are typically getting a much larger square footage with ample green space for the kiddos to play - which is something you can’t get in too many other Mississauga areas.

 

Detached homes on wide lots aren’t all you’ll find in this neighbourhood: condo townhouses have begun to infill the area in addition to the condo apartment developments. The condo townhouses are great options for first-time-buyers and young families as the price-point is ideal and attainable for many, and the condo apartments are great options for professionals in the area (lots of Mississauga businesses operate their offices in and around Hurontario).

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About Hurontario

Although this neighbourhood is just outside of the city center, Hurontario has a lot going on! Named after the main street running through this ‘hood, residents here are lucky enough to enjoy city-like-amenities while still being a bit removed from the chaos closer to Square One. That said, depending on where you are in the neighbourhood you could still experience quite a bit of traffic, but once the Hurontario LRT is complete it should make the neighbourhood a bit more foot friendly. For now, the area is still very car reliant but you have easy access to the 401 and 403 which provides you a few options to help you get where you’re going (somewhat) quickly.

 

The intersection at Eglinton and Hurontario has seen a lot of development, and is poised to see more in the coming years. Adding to the condo inventory are quite a few new projects looking to capitalize on the closeness to Square One and the relative affordability of the neighbourhood.


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