|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|1 BED Condos||$275,000460 = $598/||$299,333536 = $558/||$335,000610 = $549/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$385,000850 = $453/||$451,083705 = $639/||$605,000804 = $752/|
|2 BED Condos||$399,000850 = $469/||$474,000816 = $581/||$517,000810 = $638/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$515,000950 = $542/||$562,125954 = $589/||$695,0001059 = $656/|
This hip, growing neighbourhood is home to increasing numbers of young professionals and families, drawn by affordable prices, access to amenities and the quiet, village-like atmosphere. New, trendy shops and pubs continually pop up along the commercial strip of Dundas Street West, while convenient access to major arteries and good public transit draw residents out of the downtown core.
Townhouse style condos and Toronto lofts span a range of prices and styles and are being bought up quickly as this neighbourhood becomes more popular. But there are also new Toronto condos under development, with more to come. Enjoying a strong residential vibe, the calm and quiet streets and avenues of the Junction are tree lined and family-friendly, not far from the green spaces of High Park or the charm of Corso Italia-Davenport.
Getting around the neighbourhood is made easy with TTC transit options along St. Clair West and Dundas Street West, connecting residents with the Bloor Subway line and the rest of the city as a whole. For car owners, a quick trip south along Keele Street and Parkside Drive brings you to The Queensway and The Gardner Expressway for speedy voyages across the city.