Comment 32835

By Really? (registered) | Posted August 16, 2009 at 17:36:22

Suburbs are becoming the new Ghettos. For Prime Examples, look no further than Toronto; specifically Malvern. Meant to be a suburb far away from the core (for obvious suburban reasons), the Neighbourhood is now so disconnected from the City, making it one of the cheapest places in Toronto to live -- HELL, it's even more expensive to buy in Regent Park now.

This cheap neighbourhood makes it attractive for low-income families, who sadly, are most likely to get involved in Gang activity.

Will Upper Stoney Creek or Faux-Ancaster (aka Meadowlands) become Hamilton's Malvern or Jane/Finch? Who knows!? I do know that TransitCity Toronto is building two LRT lines to Malvern, and two more to Jane/Finch. So I'm assuming HAMILTON will become Toronto's only-remaining cheap housing stock!

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