Whitby

Whitby Real Estate Listings
New
32 First Line, Centre Wellington
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 600,000 sq ft

32 First Line, Centre Wellington

$49,000,000
New
32 First Line, Centre Wellington
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 500,000 sq ft

32 First Line, Centre Wellington

$44,000,000
New
N/a Hwy 26, Clearview
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 7,372,966 sq ft

N/a Hwy 26, Clearview

$42,000,000
New
7535 Hwy 26, Clearview
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 7,372,966 sq ft

7535 Hwy 26, Clearview

$42,000,000
New
4740 High Rd, Ottawa
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 14,144,803 sq ft

4740 High Rd, Ottawa

$39,500,000 ↑ $5,000,000
New
32 First Line, Centre Wellington
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 400,000 sq ft

32 First Line, Centre Wellington

$36,000,000
New
1715 Britannia Rd E, Mississauga
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 51,632 sq ft

1715 Britannia Rd E, Mississauga

$29,990,000
New
155 Cumberland St, Toronto
  • Condominium
  • 4 Beds
  • 7.00 Baths
  • 5,000 sq ft

155 Cumberland St, Toronto

$28,750,000
New
32 First Line, Centre Wellington
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 300,000 sq ft

32 First Line, Centre Wellington

$28,000,000
New
11528 Ninth Line, Markham
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 4,074,602 sq ft

11528 Ninth Line, Markham

$25,000,000
New
100 Kennedy Rd S, Brampton
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 152,124 sq ft

100 Kennedy Rd S, Brampton

$22,500,000
New
2393 Speers Rd, Oakville
  • Commercial
  • Beds
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 594,594 sq ft

2393 Speers Rd, Oakville

$21,950,000

Real Estate Statistics
This is a town in the Durham region of the GTA, and it’s commonly regarded as a bedroom community because most of its citizens travel to other places throughout the Greater Toronto Area for work. A positive byproduct of this is that Whitby has a charming, small town neighbourhood vibe, making it a tremendous place to raise a family.
Property Types (active listings)
Average Price: $726,659
Total Listings: 28,657
Avg. Price/SQFT: $386
Highest Price: $49,000,000
Lowest Price: $0
Avg. Property Age: 2019 YEARS
Basic Statistics (active listings)

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This is a town in the Durham region of the GTA, and it’s commonly regarded as a bedroom community because most of its citizens travel to other places throughout the Greater Toronto Area for work. A positive byproduct of this is that Whitby has a charming, small town neighbourhood vibe, making it a tremendous place to raise a family.

It still has a large population that’s been steadily growing for the past decade. In 2016, it was tallied at 128,377, which makes it the 41st largest municipality in the country. It’s expected to keep growing too, with projections placing its population around 193,000 by 2031. Whitby also has high income earners, with the average median income in the city being $115,053. There were 47,795 jobs in Whitby as of 2016 and it’s also expected to grow as well, with projections to 72,000 jobs by 2031.

Despite its reputation as a bedroom community, this town could be one of the next hot markets in the GTA. One of the reasons for this that its municipal council is aiming to take advantage of its stunning waterfront location. They’ve put together a plan to revitalize Port Whitby and transform the area into a new vibrant urban landscape.The redevelopment is going to be centred around Port Whitby and Brock Street, which is already Whitby’s major commercial stretch. The identified land currently has 2,000 residents and 500 jobs, but that’s expected to blow up to 12,500 residents and 3,790 jobs by the year 2031. This is going to take a concerted effort from developers and the city alike, but we can’t help but get excited for the opportunities that are on the horizon in this emerging market.

You may want to immediately assume that all of the commuters are travelling to Toronto for work, but there are plenty of employment opportunities in the surrounding Durham region, which accounted for 196,713 jobs in 2017. Whitby is situated in between Ajax and Oshawa, and together these are the three most important economies in Durham.

Some experts expect that Durham Region will be one of the fastest growing parts of Canada over the next 25 years. Its total population in 2017 was 682,378, and that’s projected to grow to 934,187 by 2041.

Its position between Ajax and Oshawa means that it is part of the Highway of Heroes side of the 401 Expressway. This is great news for investors because commuting is becoming an ever increasing reality for working professionals. This is because as the city continues to expand, its employment centres are spreading out with it.

This city also has a great history that can be seen on every corner. The streets are lined with charming houses and turn of the century buildings. It was initially founded because of its tremendous natural port on Lake Ontario, and its marina, which is still active today.

Just north of the lake is the urban centre of the city. This is mostly lined along Brock Street, which is divided by Dundas Street into North and South stretches. The city becomes a lot more rural as you travel northward, but housing developments, including condominium townhome developments, are becoming prevalent in the city.

Whitby is a city on the rise. It has a great sense of community that plenty of urban workers are still looking for. This could be the perfect place for your next investment.

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