26 Apr 2011

Toronto: A city of the future

Recently, the city of Toronto has received recognition from various mediums about being one of the world's most successful cities in the present day. But a new study indicates it's also a city of the future.

According to Foreign Direct Investment Magazine's 'American Cities of the Future,' Toronto is among the cities with the most potential for further advancement. New York City, Chicago and Houston topped FDI's list, which was determined by a five-member panel assessing data from 405 cities. The criteria included economic potential, human resources, cost effectiveness, quality of life, infrastructure and business friendliness.

The future isn't the only thing that Toronto thrives in. According to FDI magazine, it's also a North American leader in infrastructure and overall quality of life, ranking in the top 10 for both of those categories.

While this is good news for Toronto's future growth, the findings don't surprise us here at Jiffy. We've long been aware of Toronto's capacity for greatness and have tried to mimic the city's success by offering its citizens the best storage units in the country. Find out why we're a 15-time winner of the Consumer Choice Award and rent a unit today.
 

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