|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|1 BED Condos||$271,666456 = $596/||$359,303533 = $674/||$545,200696 = $783/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$374,666608 = $616/||$482,154714 = $675/||$622,500836 = $745/|
|2 BED Condos||$453,602729 = $621/||$611,510893 = $684/||$915,0001195 = $766/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$571,000813 = $702/||$782,3981043 = $750/||$1,250,0001500 = $833/|
Corktown is one of the oldest neighbourhoods downtown and is finally getting its turn to shine from the breath of new life the recent Toronto condo boom has given it. Condos like Corktown District II have only added to the curb appeal and brought a whole new demographic to the neighbourhood. There are now hundreds of condo units in Corktown, taking this up and coming neighbourhood to arrived status.
Situated between Parliament St to the east and the Don River to the west, Corktown has a great location for those who love the outdoors. There are numerous walking and biking trails along the river and towards the lakeshore, there is even a great dog park located in the triangle between Richmond, Adelaide and Power streets. Corktown Common is an urban oasis complete with parks, picnic areas and in summer a splash pad for the kids. King St. east now features stretches of high-end furniture boutiques mixed in with restaurants and cafés, as well as close proximity to the St. Lawrence Market and Leslieville to fulfill all your shopping and dining needs. With the 2015 Pan Am Games coming to Toronto, Corktown is the site of the Athletes Village and is sure to set the neighbourhood alight.
Living in a Corktown condo gives you easy access to the DVP and Gardiner Expressway, making the morning commute or weekend getaway that much easier. Queen and King St meet at River St, so you have a choice of either the 501 or 504 streetcars, depending where you want to go, there is also the Parliament bus that crosses over King.