|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|1 BED Condos||$212,000665 = $318/||$228,250660 = $346/||$258,000643 = $401/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$235,700746 = $316/||$294,587754 = $390/||$350,000743 = $471/|
|2 BED Condos||$259,0001030 = $251/||$313,0591081 = $289/||$440,0001177 = $374/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$290,9551109 = $262/||$334,6871195 = $280/||$436,0751195 = $365/|
Like many neighbourhoods in Scarborough, Milliken was developed on former farmland and is now a suburban community with strong, resident-driven initiatives and ample recreational parkland. Most of the Toronto condos for sale and for rent in Milliken are nestled around McCowan Road nearby Milliken District Park.
The residential vibe of the area took off in the 1980s with an influx of two-level houses, most of which are owner-occupied. The streets showcase green lawns and a lot of trees. There are many schools in the area, ranging from public, private, and Catholic elementary and high schools. Attracting new families, Milliken has put a lot of effort into the Milliken Park Community Recreation Centre, the site of camps, after-school programs, and local events, such as a Christmas Party and Fall Fair. Shopping and dining options can be found at Pacific Mall, Market Village, and Splendid China Tower, Scarborough’s traditional Chinese shopping centre.
As a residential area, Milliken is designed for car drivers to get around using main roads, with easy access to Highway 404 and 401 via Sheppard Avenue. There are also local bus routes throughout the area, as well as the Milliken GO Train Station for commuters heading to Union Station in Downtown Toronto.