|STUDIO Condos||$295,000497 = $594/||$326,857431.42857142857 = $758/||$382,000535 = $714/|
|1 BED Condos||$310,000448 = $692/||$468,567592.13333333333 = $791/||$1,385,0001073 = $1,291/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$330,000664 = $497/||$536,256718.67515923567 = $746/||$2,800,0002991 = $936/|
|2 BED Condos||$375,000802 = $468/||$887,0541053.3166666667 = $842/||$3,850,0002813 = $1,369/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$590,000919 = $642/||$1,378,4901534.9423076923 = $898/||$5,775,0003422 = $1,688/|
|3 BED Condos||$728,0001020 = $714/||$2,073,5002039.75 = $1,017/||$4,400,0002819 = $1,561/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$688,0001131 = $608/||$1,386,5001548 = $896/||$2,085,0001965 = $1,061/|
|4 BEDS Condos||$3,275,0003581 = $914/||$3,275,0003581 = $914/||$3,275,0003581 = $914/|
With 43 condos surrounding this downtown intersection, it has become one of the most popular places to live in Toronto. One of the more luxurious intersections in the city, Bloor and Bay is home to the Mink Mile of prestigious shops, high-end restaurants and some of the most exclusive and high priced condos in the city. Toronto condo developers aren’t finished yet, with a handful of new developments on the way over the next few years.
There is so much here to hold your interest, the stretch of Bloor St has the most exclusive shopping in Canada with the likes of Rolex, Tiffany and Co and Holt Renfrew. Yorkville is just up the street, home of some amazing restaurants, shops and art galleries. You’ll find movie theatres, grocery stores and more at the Manulife Centre, which is connected by the underground path system between Bloor, Yonge and Bay subway stations. Most of the shops between Yonge and Bay Streets are connected with this underground system, which is great for the harsh winters, as you can do all of your weekly shopping and more with out ever going outside. For those with a love of the outdoors, there are small parks all around, great for walking the dog and lots of patios to soak up the summer sun.
There are 3 subway stations here, being Bay on the Bloor–Danforth line as well as Yonge and Museum on the Yonge-University-Spadina line and a number of bus routes running all over the city. There is an exit to the DVP just to the east of Yonge and Bloor and if you head straight down Bay St you will be able to access the Gardiner and in turn the rest of the city.