Welcome to Etobicoke. A beautiful part of western Toronto, that is full of parks, has a scenic waterfront, and is perfect for young families. Here you’ll find the lowest population density in all of the former cities that now make up greater Toronto. The area covers 20% of Toronto’s total area, yet it only has 13% (or 347,948 residents) of its population. It is ideal for automobile based transportation as there are several major highways intersecting the area.

A lake, a river, and a creek frame Etobicoke. Lake Ontario to the south, the Humber River to the East and the Etobicoke Creek to the West. Steeles Avenue West ties everything up to the North. There are hundreds of kilometers of bike paths and hiking trails snaking through the area, linking parks, sports fields and the waterfront. Although Etobicoke consists predominantly of single-family homes, hi-rise condos have recently become more common in Etobicoke South. Condo construction has been booming in the last few years, especially along the waterfront. This area attracts many affluent families as 50% of these households have incomes above $100,000 per year.