Population: 15, 400
Median Household Income: $76, 753.00
A hub of historical significance and culture, the town draws a large tourist market
Close to US border, the town acts as a gateway to the rest of the Region of Niagara from the US.
The town’s economic activities are supported by the Niagara Region’s Economic Development (NED) services
The recently completed Outlet Collection at Niagara is located in the town and has had a significant impact on the local market, attracting developers and consumers to the area
About the Niagara-on-the-Lake Market Insights
A town with a distinguished history, Niagara-on-the-Lake (NOTL) is situated at the mouth of the Niagara River, offering easy access to other communities within the Niagara Region. The city also provides businesses and residents with easy access to the United States at Lewiston through the Lewiston Bridge and due to its proximity to the communities of Niagara Falls and Fort Erie, both the Rainbow Bridge and Peace Bridge respectively.
Nestled in the heart of wine country, the town is renowned for its agricultural base. The agricultural base of the town includes a number of wineries, vineyards, and farmlands. The town is also known for its historic and cultural aspects, which draw large crowds of tourists from Canada and the US to the area annually.
Although the town is typically associated with the quaint and historic small old town core, Niagara-on-the-Lake is a thriving market with many types of land available. If you’re interested in developing in Niagara-on-the-Lake, there is likely land available that will meet your needs.
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