Apartments for Rent in Milton, ON

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How many apartments for rent are available in Milton, ON?

There are 70 apartments for rent in Milton, ON to choose from, with prices between $1,250 and $4,250 per month.

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CITY GUIDE
MILTON, ONTARIO

Over 110,000 people call the city of Milton home and live within its more than 363 square kilometre area. Located in the southeastern portion of the province, Milton is bordered by the communities of Mississauga, Oakville, Guelph, and Burlington. There are a number of conservation areas and greenspaces in the city, allowing residents to escape city life and enjoy the great outdoors through hiking, camping, and other activities. Public transportation in and outside of the city, as well as a major highway running through the city, makes it easy for residents to travel to neighbouring communities.

Milton, ON

Milton, ON
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Real Estate Market Overview

House prices in Milton are above mid-range, with averages around $500,000 to $800,000. Milton’s northern section is predominantly large, higher priced single-family homes (detached and semi-detached).The central section of the city offers a mix of newer and older single-family homes, as well as newer condo options. Various examples of commercial space and high-priced vacant land can also be found in this section. In the southern section of the city, newer built single-family homes are most common, along with newer built condo buildings.


Rental Market

Milton’s vacancy rate has decreased over the past few years, ranging from around 1% to 2%. The rental market in the city is high demand, with the number of new units being built not enough to keep up. Vacancy rates are lowest for bachelor and two-bedroom units, with three-bedroom units showing a much higher rate. Older buildings (those built before 1990) normally have higher vacancy rates than newer buildings, with lower rent costs to match the level of demand. Average rents in the city are $730 for bachelor apartments, $1,000 for one-bedroom apartments, $1,200 for two-bedroom apartments, and $1,500 for three-bedroom (or more) apartments.

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Employment

Advanced manufacturing; food, beverage, and agriculture production and distribution; and logistics and distribution are all major industries in the city. Manufacturing and agriculture have been important to Milton’s economy since the city’s early years. A number of industrial and retail commercial spaces are being developed in the area, making it an attractive market for new businesses or business expansions. Businesses with head offices or other operations in Milton include Mattamy Homes, 3M Canada, Lowe’s, Whirlpool Canada, Dare Foods, Northstar Aerospace, and Gordon Food Service. The city’s unemployment rate is lower than the national rate, sitting around 3% to 4%.


Transportation

Milton Transit provides public transportation in the city, with a fleet of close to 20 buses servicing around 15 routes. Community buses are a popular choice for seniors or those with mobility issues, and these vehicles service major routes to malls, seniors’ centres, libraries, and leisure centres. The Milton GO Station is the main transit hub and provides access to not only Milton Transit buses, but also four GO Transit routes that link the city to Oakville, Toronto, Cambridge, and North York. GO Train service is also available. Accessible transportation is offered by First Canada and A1 Taxi.

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Schools

Schools

Milton Transit provides public transportation in the city, with a fleet of close to 20 buses servicing around 15 routes. Community buses are a popular choice for seniors or those with mobility issues, and these vehicles service major routes to malls, seniors’ centres, libraries, and leisure centres. The Milton GO Station is the main transit hub and provides access to not only Milton Transit buses, but also four GO Transit routes that link the city to Oakville, Toronto, Cambridge, and North York. GO Train service is also available. Accessible transportation is offered by First Canada and A1 Taxi.


Family Life

Rattlesnake Point is a large park where visitors can camp, hike, birdwatch, rock climb, cross-country ski, go geocaching, and participate in events such as yoga in the park.The park is used year-round and includes beautiful trails, stunning lookout points, fascinating plant and animal species, and a variety of recreational opportunities. The Milton Sports Centre has a fitness studio, two pools, a gymnasium, an indoor walking/jogging track, four ice rinks, meeting rooms, a banquet room, and a children’s activity room. Programs offered at the centre include skating, swimming, fitness, soccer, cycling, arts, and kids’ summer camps. Residents can choose from drop-in activities or registered programs.

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