Why LaSalle?

The real estate market in Windsor and Essex County has enjoyed an uninterrupted bull run since 2014 with an average home price increase of more than 70% due to a steady increase in population & a diversification of the local economy.

The most sought-after neighbourhood is the quaint suburb of LaSalle lying to the west of Windsor with a population of less than 33,000 people.

LaSalle, considered one of the safest places to live in Canada, has a median household income of $100,000 with 70% of residents attaining post-secondary education.

LaSalle, a growing favourite among Windsorites and new settlers from other cities or provinces, is blessed with not only a lovely waterfront along the Detroit River but also many beautiful forest and trails.


Location & Neighbourhood

In the heart of LaSalle's newest residential hub!

LaSalle Horizons, located at the junction of D'Amore Drive and 6th Concession Road, is part of the Town's burgeoning expansion in the northeast area where hectares of land are being rezoned to make way for hundreds of new homes in the next 30 years.

Property investors anticipate tremendous upside potential for real estate in the sprawling neighborhood whose home prices are among the highest in the Windsor Census Metropolitan Area.

The condo is within a 10-minute drive to the University of Windsor and St. Clair College, two major tertiary education institutions in Windsor and Essex County.

A stone's throw to the town hall, community center, and waterfront.

Residents can go, within 5-minutes, to Vollmer Cultural and Recreation Center, a spectacular community center with a colossal indoor complex (120,000 sq. ft.) and 189 acres of outdoor sporting and recreation grounds.

The town is home to the annual Strawberry Festival, a unique summer festivity in South West Ontario. 

The Detroit River, the town's contemporary civic center and commercial hub are easily accessible within 15 minutes.

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Close to EC Row, Highway 3 & 401 (to US).

The property is well connected with the nearby highway systems including the EC Row, Inter-state 401 and local highway 3 to Kingsville and Leamington.

Upon the completion of the new Gordie Howe International Bridge in 2024, LaSalle will become one of the fastest and most convenient connecting points between Canada and the US.

Residents can then go to Detroit in 10 minutes for work, shopping, dining, sporting events or other entertainment. 

Shopping and Entertainment 

Windsor Crossing Premium Outlet Mall, Silver City, Downtown Windsor, and major shopping malls are merely 15-minutes away.

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