Population Increase & Economic Outlook: Toronto, Canada’s largest city with 2.7 million people, faces a housing shortage. By 2031, it needs 259,000 new homes but can only provide 157,800, leaving a deficit of over 100,000 homes. This scarcity will drive up demand for existing housing, resulting in increased real estate values and rental rates. To address the issue, more focus is needed on constructing new homes and meeting the growing housing needs of Toronto’s expanding population.
World Class City: Toronto is renowned as a global city, acclaimed for its thriving economy and exceptional quality of life. It proudly holds the title of the most diverse and multicultural city worldwide, while also being a hub for innovation. With the second largest financial center and a rapidly growing tech sector in North America, Toronto showcases its prominence. The city’s academic prowess is fortified by three prestigious universities: the University of Toronto, Toronto Metropolitan University, and York University, solidifying its reputation as an academic powerhouse.
Connectivity & Transportation: Toronto boasts a robust transportation system with Subway transit, Up Express, Streetcars, GO Transit, the Eglinton LRT, and Billy Bishop Airport. It is also conveniently close to Pearson International Airport. This extensive network ensures seamless connectivity, providing residents and visitors easy access to various destinations. From local commutes to global travel, Toronto’s well-connected transportation infrastructure efficiently takes you where you need to be
Reputable Developer: Since 2014, Marlin Spring has developed 55+ projects and 9,600 units across the GTA. Their portfolio includes low, mid, high-rise, and mixed-use projects in prime locations. With a range of options from boutique condominiums to townhomes, Marlin Spring caters to diverse needs. Quality and innovation are their focus, ensuring a wide selection of housing choices for individuals in the GTA.