As New Toronto is currently a neighbourhood in transition from an industral corridor to a residential zoning, there's a lot of potential here for real estate and new home developments whether it's for investment or for personal use. At present, this neighbourhood is already home to individuals from a wide mix of cultures and income. Key features to highlight here are the bicicle trail, public transit, affordable homes and convenient access to downtown Toronto. 

New Toronto is bounded by Lake Ontario on the South, Dwight Avenue on the East, the railway line on the North and Twenty Third Street on the West.

Notable Amenities At New Toronto:

1. Schools: Lakeshore Collegiate Institute offers Cyber Arts/Studies where animation, sound and design technology is integrated with computer studies and applications. Other schools in the area include, but not limited to, James S Bell Junior Middle School, St. Leo Elementary Catholic School, andHigh Park Centennial Montessori School.

2. Food and Restaurants: Take your cupcake experience to the next level at Sweet Olenka's where you'll love the chocolate tart crust even if you're not a chocolate fan. Then, hang out at the local stop at The Big Guy's Little Coffee Shop to enjoy coffee with other locals. If you're still up for some more baked goods, try Tatsu's Bread!

3. Leisure and Recreation: To satisfy simple shopping needs, residents of this neighbourhood simply need to go to the Lakeshore Village located along Lakeshore Blvd West, a busy retail corridor featuring a wide varity of fast food and family-style restaurants, food markets, bakeries, delis, coffee shops, bargain stores, etc. Nature lovers could enjoy their leisure time at the Colonel Samuel Smith Park, Cliff Lumsden Park, Prince of Wales Park and Rotary Peace Park.

Getting there by Public Transit:

This area is in close proximity to the Mimico Go Station rail. Additionally the streetcar routes 301, 501 and 508 along the Lakeshore Boulevard passes right through this  neighbourhood.