|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|1 BED Condos||$287,312482 = $595/||$371,105531 = $699/||$456,575538 = $848/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$426,900723 = $590/||$504,307722 = $698/||$605,000823 = $735/|
|2 BED Condos||$459,151804 = $570/||$656,1151028 = $638/||$1,080,0001519 = $711/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$499,900754 = $662/||$656,2331235 = $531/||$735,0001437 = $511/|
|3 BED Condos||$654,000951 = $687/||$739,5001285 = $575/||$825,0001620 = $509/|
Grange Park is a neighbourhood that is steeped in history. Once an elite area, the original Mansions still line Beverley St, it then transitioned into a working class immigrant community, and the rows of 1900’s workers cottages are everywhere. There is a nice combination of old and new here with a handful of Toronto condos existing in this eclectic neighbourhood and more planned. One of the most well know mansions is The Grange, which is the 12th oldest building in Toronto and the original home of The Art Gallery of Ontario.
A popular destination for the art set, Grange Park is the home of the above mentioned AGO, which attracts visitors and major events from all over, as well as numerous smaller galleries in the immediate vicinity. Also the home of the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) University, that makes this Downtown neighbourhood very attractive to students. Queen West is to the immediate south, giving access to more shopping, dining and nightlife than you could imagine. Kensington Market and Chinatown are both down the street offering up more galleries, shopping and food markets from all over the world.
Living in a Grange Park condo is made easier by the abundance of transit around. There are 3 streetcar lines accessible on Queen, Dundas and College streets, ready to take you to the laid back East End or the happening West End, as well as the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line. If you are driving it’s just a quick dash down to the Gardiner Expressway and there are loads of public parking spaces around as well.