Brantford-Brant boundary babble, part 6

During the limited talks on the latest Brantford-Brant boundary adjustment proposal you, unfortunately, heard very little about the fantastic real estate development opportunities that exist within Brantford Ontario’s CURRENT boundary.

As part of our continuing series, here’s another sampling of available properties.

Take a drive down Brantford’s Garden Ave. from Lynden Rd.  Here are some discriminating properties that are looking for the perfect match:

Garden Ave., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

Garden Ave., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

 

At Henry St., turn west.  To the north you see this lonesome land:

Henry St., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

Henry St., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

 

This fetching land lies on the south side:

Henry St., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

Henry St., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

 

Turn south on Brantford’s other Garden Ave. (It’s probably the only city with two Garden Aves.  May we suggest one be renamed Sorbara Ave. to remind our friends at the Sorbara Group of the many great real estate opportunities within Brantford’s CURRENT boundary?)

Garden Ave., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

Garden Ave., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

 

Turn around and head back to Henry St. and go west.  Here’s some hidden catches on Adams Blvd.:

Adams Blvd., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

Adams Blvd., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

Adams Blvd., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

Adams Blvd., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

 

Continuing west on Henry St., if you like your land with broad shoulders your search ends here:

Henry St., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

Henry St., Brantford, Ontario © CityofInsight.com

 

It’s getting dark so we will continue our tour another day.  Stay tuned.

Until then, let’s remember the uplifting words of that great Hemson Ode to Land Supply for Development:

No land supply constraints have been identified that would prevent any municipality (cities of Peterborough, Barrie, Orillia, Guelph and Brantford) from achieving the density and intensification targets established by the Growth Plan.”

Could we get an Amen?

 

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