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Westshore at Long Branch is a new pre-construction townhouse development by Minto Communities. Coming soon to Lake Shore Boulevard West in Etobicoke.
Welcome to Westshore, an exciting new Master-Planned Community comprised of Urban Townhomes coming soon to Etobicoke! Featuring a highly desirable location in the Long Branch neighbourhood at Long Branch Ave & Lake Shore Blvd W, Westshore places residents in the heart of a charming lakeside community all while being minutes from the bustling streets of downtown Toronto. Here, residents will find themselves minutes from a fantastic assortment of amenities including the Long Branch GO Station, Streetcar & TTC Transit, Humber College, CF Sherway Gardens and so much more all while being a short distance from numerous parks that line Lake Ontario!
REASONS TO BUY*
POPULATION INCREASE & ECONOMICAL OUTLOOK
Etobicoke is located on the western edge of Toronto and is one of the fastest growing cities population wise. Toronto is home to over 2.7 Million people and GROWING. It is estimated that Toronto will need an additional 259,000 new homes from now until 2031 to meet the demands of a growing population but it is estimated that the city will only be able to provide 157,800 new homes by then which means that there will be a shortage of over 100,000 homes. This will ultimately drive up demand for existing housing which will lead to increased real estate values and rental rates!
CONNECTIVITY & TRANSPORTATION
Etobicoke is serviced by Highways 427 and the Gardiner Expressway which seamlessly connects commuters to all of the major highways in the GTA. Etobicoke is also home to UP Express, MiWay and TTC Bus Transit, Streetcar Transit, four GO Stations, and three Subway Stations making it incredibly easy for you to get to where you need to go.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
Living in Etobicoke means having easy and quick access to Downtown Toronto, the CNE, Budweiser Stage at Ontario Place, BMO Field, Billy Bishop Airport, Sherway Gardens, Humber College, and so much more. Etobicoke also features the Humber River, Lake Ontario to the south providing amazing views of the water, Toronto’s largest public park, High Park, which covers 399 acres of land and features hiking trails, sports facilities, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zoo and so much more.