Category: Mimico Homes


Mimico, Etobicoke, Mimico home of the wild pigeons  and Etobicoke “where the alders grow” as the Indian tribes of the day named them. Changes have come and have gone since those early days and what you see today is an active, vibrant community along the lake shore of many new architecturally designed and environmentally pleasing space.


From the bridge that crosses the river and the paths etched out along the lake, you can enjoy the dog-walking people watching spectacle.



” TORONTO” displayed of driftwood sits on the shore across from a City view of our growing skyline. Development rages on in this zone of skyscrapers. Downsizers, Millenials, from all walks are making this lake front a destination for living and enjoying its lifestyle.  A Streetcar to Downtown Toronto and the Billy Bishop Airport and 15 minutes up Royal York Rd to the Gardener QEW up 427 North and you are leaving on a jet plane from our International airport.

To search what is available in the Condo Market follow this link  to all the Etobicoke Condos in your price range and if you know the building you prefer just click CONDOS (along the top banner) and the drop down list will supply you all the names and addresses of what is currently for sale in your choice.





019-223805-call2action_unbrandedDreaming of living down by the Lake, enjoying all the trails, parks, schools etc. Imagine a two-storey spacious with all the amenities for your family and entertaining your friends like never before. Open Concept Living and Dining, a main floor Family Room and Kitchen with a walkout to the deck, main floor powder room, Hardwood floors, Gas Cooking, a Chefs Prep Island, al fresco dining in the garden. And Upstairs bright, skylights splash the sun on the staircase and roomy Main 4 piece Bath. A Master with a Corner ensuite and walk-in closet and two good sized sunlit bedrooms for the rest of the family.

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Where do Our neighbourhoods in Etobicoke rank in Toronto? University of Toronto has created a slider whereby you can choose the best neighbourhood suited to you determining what is important to you. It is broken down into categories and given statistics. Housing affordability, Crime, Transit, Health, Shopping, Entertainment, Community, Diversity, Schools and Employment. You can customize the Rankings by sliding each category to the value you believe is what is best for you and your family.

Here is where these Etobicokes neighbourhoods rank when the slider is at maximum for CRIME, HEALTH, COMMUNITY and SCHOOLS.

ALDERWOOD 66, Centennial Park 93 Edenbridge Humber Valley 48 Now go to your neighbourhood and slide the categories to what is important to you  at the bottom of the page .

I don’t believe that Transit ranking is taking into consideration the Airports which for business travellers this would be a major concern. Downtown neighbourhoods appear to thrive when Transit and Entertainment are figured high on your ranking. I suppose young single demographics would choose these as scaling more important on their radars as opposed to young families where health and schools rank higher.

Try it out to see where your neighbourhood ranks with what you believe to be what is most important to you. Here is the link from Toronto Life magazine.


Etobicoke currently has over 830 Condos for sale as of September 30 2012. They range from $39k up to $2,925,000 with the bulk ranging in the $3-400K prices. Most of your luxury buildings are down by the water with the rest on the Transit Subway lines. Parking spots are going from $12-30,000 and lockers around $3000. currently. Maintenance fees average in the $4-500 a month range some more, some less.Some start as low as $320 and go as high as $5000.

1 bedrooms available in Etobicoke for sale 240 units
2 bedrooms available in Etobicoke for sale 467 units
3 bedrooms available in Etobicoke for sale 105 units
4 bedrooms available in Etobicoke for sale 8     units

Regarding our best friends 223 etobicokecondosforsale allow pets, 559 units restrict your pets usually under a specified weight limit and only 48 units do NOT allow any pets.

111 sold in September so far  with the average days on market being 42. About half of those sales were either in W6 Mimico or W8 Islington-City Centre West. If you would like to see the statistical report for  these numbers just email us at or 

If you are an investor looking to jump into the Etobicoke Condo Market here is an interesting report from RBC  Economics that will tell you there is no bubble in sight due to high demand  and the rental pool is ripe since we have not had any new rental projects for some time. There may be a sub market bubble depending upon which way the 1-2 bed availability vs demand develops.

For more information please contact: Kathy And Joe Gordon Sales Representatives RE/MAX Professionals Inc., Brokerage 270 The Kingsway Suite 200, Toronto, Ontario M9A 3T7 BUS (416) 236-1241 FAX (416) 231-0563 E-MAIL kathy@etobicokehomes4sale.comWebsite: