|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|STUDIO Condos||$279,990407 = $686/||$302,222423 = $713/||$320,000407 = $784/|
|1 BED Condos||$332,750503 = $660/||$443,529645 = $688/||$712,0001104 = $645/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$369,500712 = $519/||$536,384781 = $686/||$1,125,0002072 = $543/|
|2 BED Condos||$427,166861 = $496/||$689,557976 = $706/||$1,313,9441183 = $1,110/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$831,0001181 = $704/||$1,441,5821582 = $911/||$2,650,0002091 = $1,267/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$1,350,0002517 = $536/||$1,350,0002517 = $536/||$1,350,0002517 = $536/|
With the University of Toronto recently being named the 24th best university in the world, the popularity of this downtown neighbourhood is set to skyrocket. With its beautiful, wide, tree lined streets and neighbourhood feel it’s no wonder the Toronto condo developers have a long history here. Settled in the 1790’s some of Toronto’s founding fathers have called the Annex home from Timothy Eaton to George Gooderham. Now home to a number of university students there is an eclectic feel along Bloor St, which is home to some amazing restaurants, galleries and shops.
There are a number of museums in the Annex, the ROM being the largest and most popular. There are always new exhibits and a number of evening events happening, making this a place to go back time and again. If you’re after green space the lawn at Queens Park is a great place for an afternoon frisbee game. North of Bloor there are a number of small parketts and don't forget the vast area of the university itself. Along Bloor there is cuisine from all over the world and all price points and south on Harbord Street you’ll find some of the most popular restaurants in the city. Shopping, coffee, cinemas… It’s all here but if you crave more, the upscale neighbourhood of Yorkville is only a few minutes walk as is the wonderfully chaotic a Kensington Market.
With its central location, walking around the Annex is easy and at some times of the day, faster than diving, making a commute to work almost non-existent. There are purpose built bike lanes on College and Harbord streets if you need to go further afield. The TTC is very prominent here with streetcar routes on Spadina and College, giving access to the Bloor-Danforth Subway line and the rest of the city. If you are driving you’re only minutes away from the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina or the DVP, off of Bloor St.