The Garden City is just that, with beautiful parklands throughout and diversity in community styles as you cross the cityscape. Founded on a major shipping route (Seaway), this city has enjoyed a rich history, with a future that has never been brighter. A New Hospital, a heath bioscience lab, The four theatre Performing Art Centre, a competitive swim pool and library, four new condominium developments on the rise, a new hydro plant on the horizon… the list goes on. This has created a wonderfully diverse architectural landscape from old historical homes from the Arts and Crafts movement in the Downtown, to the Usonian designs of the 1950’s in Old Glenridge. Suburban ranch or Sustainable living; St. Catharines really does have it all. This is a city with a commitment to the quality of life for its residents, and with attractive home values and pride in community you will certainly find the right neighbourhood to invest in. The largest and “Smart Growth” city in the Niagara Region, you can be certain that there is much to take advantage of.
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Sure, summer is half over, but I’m still celebrating every Niagarans favourite time of year — patio season! Luckily, if you’re in Niagara, there are many spots that hold beautiful scenery and entertainment that will have you wishing the warm weather would stay all year long. I’ve put together a list of my top patios […]Read More
It’s been a rainy start to what would usually already be patio season this year, but I’m still itching to start spending as much time outside as possible as soon as the sun comes out and the temperature goes UP. With the revitalization of Downtown St. Catharines, I’m seeing a lot more people making their […]Read More
The City Of St. Catharines is looking at updating its infill development bylaws and has set out a series of new proposals that is now under review by city council. Being a city that is surrounded on three sides by Greenbelt, and of course Lake Ontario, creates limited growth opportunity here in our community. By some […]Read More
It’s no secret that a large portion of the Niagara Region population during the months of September to April are university and college students. Brock University has over 18,000 students enrolled at their campus, and Niagara College has over 9,000 full-time students enrolled. The question that gets asked is: where do all these students live? […]Read More
I’m a family man — you know that about me. And being family man and a Realtor means that I work with a lot of home buyers and sellers who have families or are thinking of starting a family soon, which means they are looking for the best neighbourhoods to raise their kids. There are […]Read More