MILTON FACTS A PUBLICATION OF
MILTON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The Town of Milton is strategically located on the western edge of the Greater Toronto Area, with excellent access to local and international markets, a complete selection of new and resale housing, and a comprehensive development plan to 2016 and beyond.
GROWTH (BY 2016)
Increase in employment lands to 2,225 acres
Increase in commercial space to 22 million square feet
Increase in employment to 38,000 jobs
2002 = 42,100
2005 = 54, 900
2010 = 70,100
2016 = 84,200 +
70% of Milton's population have progressed
to education beyond high school graduation.
Highways: Located on Highway 401, near the junctions of Highways 403 and 407.
Air: 20 mins. from Toronto International Airport and 30 mins. from Hamilton
Rail: Both national rail lines (Canadian National & Canadian Pacific) run through Milton; Commuter rail (GO Transit) station, offering services to Downtown Toronto and points thereon.
Shipping: Port of Hamilton and Port of Toronto are within 45 mins., offering access to the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway.
INFRASTRUCTURE & DEVELOPMENT
Major Industrial Sectors:
Automotive, advanced manufacturing,
distribution and food production.
1) Karmax Heavy Stamping 885
2) Sobey's Retail Support Ctr. 600
4) Modatek Systems 600
3) Toronto Auto Auctions 600
4) Northstar Aerospace Canada 350
5) Johnson Controls 335
Full service public hospital and doctors accepting patients
10 rural parks and 25 urban parks 85-acre Kelso Conservation Area with trails, swimming, boating and downhill skiing. New leisure centre with pool, gym, waterslide, hot tub, sauna and activity room Over 25 golf courses in the area. A full range of programs and activities for children and families
Wether It's A Resale Or A New Home Being Built. We've Got It Here
26% under the age of 20 years
27% between 20 and 39 years
32% between 40 and 59 years
15% over the age of 60 years
First class educational institutions surrounding Milton industry, including:
University of Waterloo,
University of Toronto,
Wilfrid Laurier University,
University of Guelph,
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