Living in Niagara
Niagara is a close-knit neighbourhood with its own small community centre located on the Stanley Park grounds. This centre is used for local resident meetings, community-based programming, and social events. Niagara has a great transit infrastructure and is close to major east-west highway routes.
Trendy Queen Street West provides Niagara residents with an eclectic mix of antique shops, art galleries, book-stores, fashion stores, and natural food markets and restaurants, but there still remains a slightly gritty and urban feel within Niagara. Then there is the unique vibrancy to Liberty Village, which emanates from the red brick Victorian industrial architecture dominating the streetscape. The tall chimney smoke stacks that project from some of these old buildings have become neighbourhood landmarks.
People in Niagara
Niagara is mostly home to young professionals who may work in neighbouring Liberty Village or King West, and young couples (and many dogs).
Real estate in Niagara
Homes in Niagara mostly comprise condo buildings and loft developments, with some townhomes.
Must-visit in Niagara
- Mildred’s Temple Kitchen: the open kitchen of this relaxed, modern spot serves international fare and brunch on weekends
Real estate stats in Niagara
- Total Listings: 262
- Average Price: $860,400
- Walkscore: 65