apartments for rent
Considered a western suburb of Toronto, Etobicoke, Ontario offers its residents
close proximity to Toronto, as well as many unique amenities. If you are thinking of relocating to Etobicoke, check out this guide to the city and to finding Etobicoke apartment rentals that
are right for you.
What to See and Do in Etobicoke
There is quite a bit to keep you busy if you rent an Etobicoke apartment. The city's many parks make Etobicoke a beautiful place to live. James Gardens is one of the main parks and features streams, walking paths, and flower gardens. Humber Bay Park is another significant park and is located on the Humber River. The Lake Ontario waterfront also adds to the aesthetic of the city. Sherway Gardens Shopping Centre, Woodbine Race Track and Slots, and Woodbine Centre, a shopping centre, are other attractions for you to take in while you rent an apartment in Etobicoke. Toronto's larger concert and performance venues, museums, and historic sites are within short driving distance, as well.
Great areas close to Etobicoke Apartments
There are a variety of neighborhoods in Etobicoke and thus a wide range of Etobicoke apartments
and homes for rent. Neighborhoods in the central-southern areas of the city, such as The Kingsway, Markland Wood, New Toronto are well serviced by public transportation. These neighborhoods feature parks, shops, restaurants, and golf courses. Etobicoke home rentals in these neighborhoods will be more expensive than in other areas of the city given both their proximity to the city center and golf courses. Neighborhoods in the central areas of the city feature Etobicoke apartments for rent at a more middle class price range. Northern Etobicoke neighborhoods are less aesthetically pleasing and much less affluent. You will find many apartment complexes in this area at affordable rates, but should consider that crime rates are higher in these neighborhoods.