Resonance Consultancy has come out with its ranking of the top 25 small Canadian cities and St. Catharines is on the list!
"For a small city, there’s something about St. Catharines that just feels more sophisticated, more ambitious," states Resonance at the beginning of its profile of #ourhomestc! The report also states St. Catharines' historic downtown and impressive housing stock take a lot of the credit for the city's ranking, adding recent investments have created a nerve centre for events, music and culinary among Canada’s small cities.
Learn more about what makes St. Catharines a desirable place to invest.
As leading advisors in tourism, real estate and economic development for nearly two decades, Resonance Consultancy conducted extensive research on the rise of cities, the key trends propelling their growth and the factors that shape perceptions of urban centres as desirable places to live, visit and invest.
*Photo by Stuart Hendrie
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