Waterfront Communities C1 Real Estate
Eat, Play, Love earned its name for its younger, mobile singles who patronize ethnic restaurants, participate in numerous sports and support the value Sexual Permissiveness. Concentrated in the urban core of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, this diverse segment reflects two important demographic trends—increasing urbanization and the growth of high-rise housing. Eat, Play, Love is a vertical world where almost 90 percent of residents live in apartment and condo buildings taller than five stories. It is also the most educated of all the segments: more than 60 percent have a university degree, and almost one in four hold an advanced degree— three times of the national average. With their upper-middle incomes, they’re earning good money for their age, typically from white-collar jobs in business, science, education and management.
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Waterfront Communities C1 Listings Summary
Waterfront Communities C1 - Town vs. Region Stats
Avg Price in Waterfront Communities C1: $937,900 / Region Avg $1,257,800
Avg Taxes in Waterfront Communities C1: $3,200 / Region Avg $4,800
Avg Walkscore in Waterfront Communities C1: 97 / Region Avg 81
Avg Days on Website in Waterfront Communities C1: 51 / Region Avg 49