Thursday, September 24, 2020 / by Team Glasser
White Oaks is a large neighbourhood in the South of London, Ontario. There is a variety of single-family homes, high-rise apartment buildings, and many townhouse complexes throughout the neighbourhood. Close to White Oaks Mall and many other shopping plazas, this is one of the most convenient areas in London, host to one of the city’s most diverse populations. With everything close at hand, White Oaks is a top choice for many different types of people from working professionals to large families. There are a great number of parks and schools in the area, and many wonderful community services and programs. Keep reading to learn all about this special neighbourhood!
As of 2016, the population of White Oaks in London, Ontario is 20,235 people, of which 45% is 2 person families. Single-detached homes make up 45% of all dwellings, and 70% of dwellings are owned. The average value of dwellings is $200,008. Below we've created an overview of the most relevant stat ...
Sunday, September 13, 2020 / by Team Glasser
Summerside is a quickly developing community in London, Ontario. It is within the larger Jackson neighbourhood, tucked away in the Southeast corner of the city. Summerside is a perfect neighbourhood for anyone looking for some privacy and living away from the noise of the city while still having easy access to amenities and Highway 401. Since this is a more recent community, it means the homes are all newly built and beautiful. It's a great neighbourhood for families especially since there are many affordable homes and easy access to some great schools. Check out our exploration of this exciting new neighbourhood!
Since Summerside is a smaller community in the Jackson neighbourhood, the statistics available are for the Jackson area but they still provide an idea of the community statistics. As of 2016, the population of Jackson in London, Ontario is 4,935 people, of which 37% is 2 person families. Single-detached homes make up 85% of all dwellings, and 95% of dwe ...
Friday, August 14, 2020 / by Team Glasser
Oakridge is one of the largest and oldest neighbourhoods in London, Ontario mostly occupied by families and people who have been settled there for a long time. Without a doubt, Oakridge is one of the most beautiful areas in the city and an excellent choice for people looking to start a family as the school options are many and varied. There are plenty of amenities, and lots of opportunities for shopping and entertainment, as well as dining and outdoor activities. If you're looking for a place that has it all and more, Oakridge is the place for you!
As of 2016, the population of Oakridge in London, Ontario is 16,670 people, of which 47% is 2 person families. Single-detached homes make up 75% of all dwellings, and 87% of dwellings are owned. The average value of dwellings is $375,875. Below we've created an overview of the most relevant statistics. For a comprehensive census, you can visit The City of London's Oakridge neighbourhood profile. ...
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 / by Team Glasser
Old East is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in London, Ontario. This area is full of history and was designated an Ontario Heritage Conservation District in 2006 as a recognition of its important history. The has been a lot of work in the last few years to revitalize both the residential and commercial areas of the neighbourhood. Housing styles vary throughout Old East, with mainly late 19th and early 20th-century single-detached homes, as well as some newer apartment buildings. There is a lot of opportunity for recreation, as well as plenty of amenities. The proximity to Downtown London is a huge plus for many people who choose to live in Old East. This strong community has earned its cherished reputation with both locals and visitors, and it's definitely an area Londoners are very proud of.
As of 2016, the population of Old East in London, Ontario is 10,355 people, of which 65% is 2 person families. Single-detached homes make up 47% of all dwellings ...
Monday, July 20, 2020 / by Team Glasser
Argyle is one of the largest neighbourhoods in London, Ontario occupying the southeast corner of the city. With its proximity to the highway and the London International Airport, plus many amenities, schools, and outdoor spaces, this neighbourhood is truly thriving. Despite its size, Argyle still has a very strong sense of community, with many events going on to bring residents together. What Argyle has to offer most is options: whether for housing, school, activities, or any other choices, you will find that you have so much to pick from to suit your needs.
As of 2016, the population of Argyle in London, Ontario is 26,510 people, of which 50% is 2 person families. Single-detached homes make up 53% of all dwellings, and 66% of dwellings are owned. The average value of dwellings is $200,587. Below we've created an overview of the most relevant statistics. For a comprehensive census, you can visit The City of London's Argyle neighbourhood profile.   ...