The City

Burlington is that bit further from Toronto, yes, but it is a savvy, revitalized waterfront mid-size city of 199,858 where the pressure is a bit less and the lifestyle is relaxed. 

Considerable recent investment has been made in revitalizing the waterfront. The many condo options in downtown Burlington are becoming more and more popular with downsizers.

Burlington is ranked for 2017 by MoneySense Magazine as 9th in the top Best Places to Live in Canada. Median household income is $93,893. The average property value is $710,453. The average property tax is $3,560.

Young families are moving from across the GTA into the older and newer neighbourhoods for the quality schools and amenities - it really is a pretty remarkable small city.   Burlington's growth spurt is slowing as most of the greenfield lands in the City's north edge are now built on. Future development focus will be on infill and redevelopment.

Neighbourhood Profiles 

North Burlington

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South Burlington

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