Condos for Rent in Toronto

1-45 864

Parade Ⅱ - CityPlace-#3903 $1,850
Parade Ⅱ - CityPlace
1+1 1 No
600-699
Pantages Hotel and Condominium-Unit 10 $1,850
Pantages Hotel and Condominium
1 1 No
600-699
Hullmark Centre Ⅱ-#2719 $1,950
Hullmark Centre Ⅱ, #2719
1 1 Yes
500-599
Sonata-#1109 $1,680
Sonata, #1109
1+1 1 Yes
600-699
Evolution Condos-#309 $1,900
Evolution Condos, #309
1 1 No
900-999
The Riviera-#1025 $1,850
The Riviera, #1025
1 1 Yes
500-599
Scenic on Eglinton Ⅲ-#1711 $1,500
Scenic on Eglinton Ⅲ, #1711
1 1 Yes
0-499
Dream Tower at Emerald City-#2108 $1,800
Dream Tower at Emerald City
1+1 1 Yes
600-699
INDX-#510 $1,700
INDX, #510
1 1 No
0-499
Emerald City Ⅰ-#1003 $1,800
Emerald City Ⅰ
1+1 1 Yes
600-699
The Carlaw-#1108 $1,675
The Carlaw, #1108
1 1 Yes
0-499
Chestnut Park-#1104 $1,500
Chestnut Park
Studio & 1 1 No
500-599
85 Bloor St E-#1907 $1,900
85 Bloor St E, #1907
1+1 1 No
600-699
Spectrum Condos-#503 $1,690
Spectrum Condos, #503
1 1 Yes
500-599
The Carnaby-#1610 $1,700
The Carnaby, #1610
1 1 Yes
500-599
The Max-#1004 $1,625
The Max, #1004
1+1 2 Yes
600-699
Aqua-#1504 $1,950
Aqua
1 1 Yes
600-699
Flaire Condos-#321 $1,800
Flaire Condos
1+1 2 Yes
600-699
The King East-#209 $1,850
The King East
1 1 No
500-599
The Monet-#909 $1,630
The Monet, #909
1 1 Yes
500-599
The Ellington-#1502 $1,700
The Ellington, #1502
1 1 No
0-499
Musée-#1026 $1,950
Musée, #1026
1+1 1 Yes
500-599
Pulse-#1211 $1,750
Pulse, #1211
1 1 Yes
700-799
Hullmark Centre-#209 $1,850
Hullmark Centre, #209
1 1 Yes
600-699
EI8HTY8 Condos-#2510 $1,700
EI8HTY8 Condos
1 1 No
500-599
The Monet-#1009 $1,650
The Monet, #1009
1 1 Yes
500-599
Fuzion-#1417 $1,895
Fuzion
1+1 2 No
700-799
The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton-#2613 $1,900
The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton, #2613
1+1 1 Yes
600-699
One Park Place North Tower-#2404 $1,650
One Park Place North Tower, #2404
1 1 No
500-599
The Rio Ⅱ-#612 $1,850
The Rio Ⅱ
1 1 Yes
600-699
The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton-#2013 $1,900
The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton, #2013
1+1 1 Yes
600-699
Rodeo Walk-#1702 $1,750
Rodeo Walk
1+1 2 Yes
900-999
The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton-#1713 $1,900
The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton, #1713
1+1 1 Yes
600-699
West Harbour City Ⅰ-#Lph03 $1,850
West Harbour City Ⅰ, #Lph03
1+1 1 No
600-699
One Old Mill-#318 $2,000
One Old Mill
1+1 1 Yes
600-699
The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton-#2413 $1,900
The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton, #2413
1+1 1 Yes
600-699
The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton-#2813 $1,900
The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton, #2813
1+1 1 Yes
600-699
Aura at College Park-#3111 $1,900
Aura at College Park, #3111
1 1 No
500-599
Jade Waterfront Condos-#1211 $2,000
Jade Waterfront Condos, #1211
2+1 2 Yes
800-899
Twenty Gothic-#324 $1,800
Twenty Gothic, #324
1 1 Yes
0-499
Casa Ⅱ-#2504 $1,850
Casa Ⅱ, #2504
1 1 Yes
500-599
Gibson Square North Tower-#3210 $1,995
Gibson Square North Tower
1 1 Yes
500-599
The Esplanade-#1422 $1,975
The Esplanade
1 1 No
800-899
Harbour View Estates Ⅲ-#906 $1,950
Harbour View Estates Ⅲ
1+1 1 Yes
600-699
Sommerset at Northtown-#907 $1,650
Sommerset at Northtown, #907
1 1 Yes
600-699
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Toronto Condo Values & Trends


Current Asking Prices in Toronto
$ 729,104
AVG. ASKING PRICE
$ 691/FT2
AVG. PRICE PER FT2

AVERAGE SIZE : 1,055 FT2
Based on 1505 active listings
Current Rental Prices in Toronto
$ 2,470/month
AVG. ASKING PRICE
$ 3.17/FT2
AVG. PRICE PER FT2

AVERAGE SIZE : 779 FT2
Based on 2018 active listings

Historical Average Price Per for Condos in Toronto


Average Condo Sale Prices for Condos in Toronto

Based on 17841 condo sales in the past 12 months
LOWAvg. of lowest 10% Average HighAvg. of highest 10%
STUDIO Condos $202,548373 = $543/ $278,822415 = $671/ $364,632454 = $802/
1 BED Condos $226,227595 = $380/ $363,816594 = $611/ $569,028732 = $777/
1 BED+DEN Condos $258,469709 = $364/ $412,911703 = $587/ $646,255837 = $772/
2 BED Condos $216,361981 = $221/ $513,277966 = $531/ $1,066,9001369 = $779/
2 BED+DEN Condos $269,6501103 = $244/ $597,8731148 = $521/ $1,377,6641670 = $825/
3 BED Condos $170,7541127 = $151/ $564,7751339 = $422/ $1,648,7312094 = $787/
3 BED+DEN Condos $286,7571329 = $216/ $736,9891583 = $465/ $2,156,2892462 = $876/
4 BEDS Condos $271,5801341 = $202/ $735,9361739 = $423/ $2,943,7753245 = $907/
4 BED + DEN Condos $495,0001330 = $372/ $659,0001899 = $347/ $1,325,0003144 = $421/

Area Description and Stats for Renters

Renting a Condo in Toronto

Toronto is home to 2.79 Million people from all over the world and many walks of life. Located in Southern Ontario on the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto (founded in 1793 as the city of York) officially got its name in 1834. With no less than 4 Universities and numerous other types of post secondary education, there is a huge influx of people looking for Toronto condos for rent on a daily basis.

Canada’s largest city is home to thousands of condos for rent and the Toronto condo construction has geared up in the last 10 years, which has re-imagined the existing skyline. The re-development of the downtown Core, has brought with it loads of rental investment opportunities with new condos going up all along The Waterfront and new neighbourhoods being developed all over the city.

There are almost 2000 Condos for rent in Toronto, in various forms such as high-rise, low-rise and condo townhomes, and with the amount of pre-construction condos in the pipeline that number is growing all the time. The real estate market is without doubt the hottest in the country; at any given time there are thousands of condos units for rent all over the city. Here at Condos.ca we keep a close eye on the rental market in all areas of the city to give you all the information you need to make an informed and educated decision when renting a condo or purchasing one as a rental investment.

With new condos being built on a regular basis, this means there is variety in the market as well as new and exciting neighbourhoods to check out. The condo boom has helped the city in more ways than one, with new restaurants and shops opening all the time to accommodate the growing population. Neighbourhoods such as Liberty Village didn’t really exist a few years ago and like CityPlace, there is a healthy rental market, with lots of amenities geared towards young professionals.