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The murals of the community are significant. The murals were created by the Alderwood-TerraceRotary Club and theAlderwood Manor Heritage Association to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first platting of the town. The murals depict the town's history, including the early logging industry, agriculture, transportation and various landmark sites.
The murals are part of the program that encourages the creation of colorful murals in the area. The program is meant to promote local businesses. Local artists, businesses, and volunteers collaborated to create murals. One local resident said that the murals brought a sense of community and pride to the area.
The murals have had a positive impact on the community. The murals have brought more foot traffic to the businesses.
The community's growth has been represented in the paintings and murals by beliefs, customs and traditions that have been at the core of the community. The mural depicts the first means of transportation, a horse and carriage, and the early logging industry in Alderwood. The mural depicts the town's railway station and how it connected the town to other areas.
The murals were created by local artists and volunteers. The artists and volunteers created the murals. The process took several months, but it was worth it as the murals have become an attraction in the community.
The murals are important to the community and the promotion of the local economy. The murals of the Alderwood are a standard-bearer for public art initiatives. One artist involved in the project said that they showcase the community's history and are a beauty to behold.
The murals have brought color, history and vibrancy to the area. The program has helped promote public art initiatives. The murals in the town's history make it an essential site for tourism.
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We have mapped out by price range the Alderwood homes and townhomes for sale by MLS listings on Realtor.ca from The Toronto Real Estate Board.
Alderwood lies on the western border of Mississauga and Etobicoke. South Etobicoke homes sales have heated up and Alderwood is the latest recipient of residential new builds and renovations. Lot sizes are good and values are lower than the neighbourhoods to the north and south. The GO Transit Long Branch makes the area attractive to Downtown commuters and both Airports, Pearson and Porter travellers are convenienced by the Browns Line up 427 , Gardiner to Downtown Island Airport ride. There are commercial industrialized pockets along Browns Line and Horner Ave and to the north on Evans Ave. Sherway Gardens is the major shopping mall with The Bay, Sporting Life, Holt Renfrew and coming soon Nordstroms. Big Box shopping lies just north of the Mall with Sail and other retailing stores. Major highways The Gardiner and Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) also border the northern part of this neighbourhood.
Nestled in the heart of Etobicoke, the Alderwood neighborhood is undergoing a dramatic revival, thanks to significant urban development and community-driven initiatives. In recent years, we have seen a remarkable transformation, with property values steadily increasing, and a surge of new business opportunities cropping up. Testament to this is the rise of amenities like cafes, boutiques, and restaurants, which warmly welcome visitors to the stunning community. This revitalization has also brought more green spaces to the area, with parks being upgraded and created every year. Opinions of Alderwood have vastly improved over the past few years, with more tourists and investors flocking to explore the area. The impact has been tremendous, and many residents have attested to a renewed sense of community pride. Indeed, the Alderwood neighborhood has never been more inviting, dynamic, and poised for growth.
Living in Alderwood
The Star article "Development is transforming Alderwood" is a good read. The former Alderwood Collegiate is being turned into a Townhome development. Urbancorp is developing ValHomes. The area is the new hot zone for rebuilding new homes where the smaller bungalows used to be, and the two-storey giants with modern stone facades are taking their place.
At Etobicokeforsale.com, you can find all of the homes for sale in Alderwood. The Toronto International Airport is in Etobicoke, Toronto's West End.
The area and features of each home affect the prices. In the neighborhoods, single- family home prices range from the mid $900's to a million for land value. The older bungalows are being torn down to make way for larger estate properties and luxury homes. The new builds are starting to sell for more than $1 million.
Lanor Junior Middle School is in the news for good reason. The Principal of the school has received a prestigious designation. This is a picture of a classroom with robotic concepts. She is a positive source of energy and spirit in her school, as you will read about in this Metroland Media Inside Toronto.com article.
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