REACHING NEW HEIGHTS
Diversely populated, well-educated, and rich in local culture, Pickering is primed for rapid growth. With billions invested in the redevelopment of the city’s most essential infrastructure, bringing new employment, housing, and commerce to the city centre, Pickering is expected to grow by over 200,000 new residents in less than 20 years.
Between the sound investment in a bright future, the unparalleled amenities already filling the region, and a location so close to Toronto, it’s no wonder Pickering is becoming one of the most coveted cities in Southern Ontario.
LIVE HIGHLY CONNECTED
Located near the corner of Kingston Road and Brock Road, this landmark community is perfectly placed for connectivity. Highways 401 and 407 ease the commute, as does quick access to the Pickering GO Station, and additional transit plans are in the works.
PICKERING TOWN CENTRE
Redeveloping the Pickering Town Centre into a multi-purpose residential, commercial, and community hub, the future PTC seeks to offer:
5,000+ RESIDENTIAL UNITS
36,000+ SQ.FT. COMMERCIAL/ COMMUNITY SPACE
A Library Expansion
A brand new entertainment district packed with urban energy, Durham Live is transforming Pickering into a Mini Las Vegas, with over 1M sq.ft. of space for:
INDOOR WATER PARK
15,000 new jobs
10,000,000 visitors per year
A dramatic economic boost
Connected by GO Transit and Durham Region Transit, Pickering is the gateway to Toronto. To build upon the city’s transit infrastructure, a proposed rapid transit line will span 36 kilometers to connect Scarborough to Oshawa, with major stops bringing you to 5 postsecondary institutions, countless retail centres and restaurants, and everything in between.