Muskoka Commercial Real Estate Statistics
|Average Home Price||$8.3M|
|Lowest Listing Price||$299K|
|Highest Listing Price||$30M|
|Total Property Listings||5|
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Muskoka Area Information
Muskoka, also known as The District Municipality of Muskoka, covers a large area some 2 hours north of the Greater Toronto Area, extending from Georgian Bay in the west to Algonquin Park in the east.
Muskoka includes 6 smaller administrative areas within its borders: Township of Georgian Bay, Townships of Muskoka Lakes, Town of Bracebridge, Town of Gravenhurst, Town of Huntsville, and Township of Lake of Bays. Within these there are a number of towns and communities, including:
- Port Severn
- Port Carling
Notable among these are Gravenhurst, known as The Gateway to Muskoka, once a center for the lumber industry, now home to many lakeside resorts and Muskoka Airport; Bracebridge, a cultural and historic center with beautiful waterfalls; and Huntsville, the largest town in Muskoka, surrounded by large picturesque lakes.
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The Muskoka region has a vibrant economy with a thriving tourism sector going back to the 19th century. Many of Muskoka’s largest industries derive a significant portion of their business from the many visitors and seasonal residents in the area.
Situated just 2 hours north of the Greater Toronto Area - which is home to almost 70% of Ontario’s population - Muskoka is a regionally famous destination for recreation, relaxation, arts, culture, and adventure. Muskoka is internationally recognized as well for its extensive list of year-round activities. Because of this, the area attracts more than 3 million visitors every year.
Many of these visitors come with long-standing family connections to and memories of the area, returning year after year to enjoy the many lakes, cabins, resorts, charming towns, pristine forests, wildlife, arts, culture, and more.
As mentioned, tourism has a strong cascading effect on the local economy, and some of the strongest sectors in the area are retail, construction, and social services. In addition to these, the sectors that have experienced the most growth in recent years include arts and culture, natural resources and agriculture, and science and research.
The Muskoka is definitely small-business friendly, with around 83% of businesses having zero to four employees, and broadband internet available through much of the area.
Commercial Properties in Muskoka
Muskoka has a range of commercial property types for purchase. These include working farms, undeveloped land, agricultural facilities, shops, businesses, and general commercial buildings.
The towns of Muskoka have thriving business areas, surrounded by beautiful lakes and historic buildings. There are also strong support systems for local agriculture, including well-developed transport links, local markets and restaurants, and related businesses.
Local government is always looking to expand and strengthen the local economy, so take advantage and consider Muskoka for expanding or starting your business, or investing in an existing one.
Why Choose Muskoka?
Muskoka is a great location for business and investing in commercial properties. The combination of proximity to nearby urban population centers, strong tourism sectors, and excellent services and utilities make it an ideal option for investment.
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