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Cookstown, Ontario is a bedroom community to the City of Toronto and shares the same economic benefits by being in proximity to Toronto's economic engine and its 16 million annual tourists. Known as the coziest corner in Innisfil, Cookstown is a favorite vacation spot among regional travelers.
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  • 3311 County Road 89
    Cookstown, ON L0L 1L0
  • 307,779 S.F.
    Gross Leasable Area
  • 1,727,419
    Population (45 minutes)
  • Highway 400 - 90,000
    Simcoe Road 89 - 17,000
    Daily Traffic Count
  • 5,583,064 - Toronto, ON
    MSA Population
  • Toronto, ON (45 miles/72.4 km)
    Major Cities
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  • The province of Ontario (415,000 sq. miles) is larger than the state of Texas (267,000 sq. miles).
  • Toronto is the capital city of Ontario and is Canada’s largest city home to over 5.7 million Canadians. 
  • Cookstown housing market continues to grow with the addition of Millfair Village, a subdivision of single detached homes starting at $500,000 and Brookfield Homes building a master planned community near Alliston which will comprise of 1,868 units.
  • More people live in Toronto than in Canada’s four Atlantic provinces combined. Home to more nationally and internationally top-ranked companies than any other Canadian city. 
  • 180 million customers live and work within a day’s drive of Toronto, including 125 million Americans or roughly 40 percent of the U.S. population.
DEMOGRAPHICS (0-60M/96.6KM)
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7,970,007
Population
2,879,860
Households
$120,036
Average Household Income
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Females 82% 75%
Average Age 47.3 41
Average Household Income $101,173 $58,072
Race- Caucasian 65% 83%
Race - Hispanic or Latino 2% 2%
Race - African American 1% 3%
Race - Asian 15% 8%
Marital Status- married 74% 58%
Local Resident Shoppers 57% 97%
Tourist (self-defined) 17% 1%
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Shopping Frequency (trips per year) 8.6 6
Percentage of First Time Visitors 9% 53%
Average Number of Stores Visited 9.9 8.3
Average Number of Stores Purchased In 3.9 2.3
Percent of shoppers who made a purchase 96% 91%
Length of Shopping Visit 120 minutes 118.5 minutes
Average Size of Shopping Party 3.2 2.4
Average Shopping Expenditure $271 $202
Average Perceived Savings 34% 25%
Additional demographic information
and statistics are available in the leasing packet.
Additional demographic
information and statistics are
available in the leasing packet.