Welcome to Rose, a vibrant neighbourhood in north Burlington, also known as Millcroft. Rose offers a consistent population, higher income levels, and is particularly popular with families with teenagers, individuals in their 40s, 50s, and 60s. Situated in a golf course community, Rose features large, detached homes and several beautiful parks. Residents enjoy convenient access to major roadways, including the QEW.
Families with kids make up 55% of households in this neighbourhood, while couples without children account for 29% of households and 14% of households consist of individuals living alone. The residents of Rose come from diverse backgrounds, representing 100 different ethnic origins. Approximately 25% are first-generation immigrants, while 25% are second-generation immigrants.
Rose has excellent elementary and secondary schools, as well as elementary and secondary special programs. The neighbourhood is served by 5 public schools and 4 Catholic schools. Local schools offer special programs such as French Immersion and Advanced Placement.
Fun and recreation are abundant in Rose, with numerous parks and recreational facilities. The neighbourhood boasts 5 parks with a total of 18 recreational facilities. These include playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, ball diamonds, sports fields, a splash pad, and even a golf course.
Whether you're looking for outdoor activities or sports, Rose has plenty to offer.
Rose has 67 transit stops, predominantly used by vehicle commuters. The neighbourhood has a mix of residents who commute within the city and those who commute to another city.
In Rose, 51% of adult residents hold a bachelor's degree or higher, and 80% have some form of postsecondary education. The most common occupation types are in sales and service, management, and business, finance, and administration. The retail trade industry is the most common for residents.
In Rose, you'll find a mix of home types. The neighbourhood has a consistent population, with 29% of households having moved within the past 5 years and 9% having moved within the past year. The housing stock consists of a mix of older and newer homes, with single-detached houses being the most common type. The majority of homes in Rose are owner-occupied.