|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|STUDIO Condos||$268,000484 = $553/||$269,000517 = $519/||$270,000551 = $490/|
|1 BED Condos||$258,666565 = $457/||$309,591592 = $523/||$385,950643 = $600/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$277,250671 = $413/||$313,390754 = $415/||$357,000711 = $502/|
|2 BED Condos||$358,125882 = $406/||$412,271912 = $452/||$539,533883 = $610/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$323,625935 = $346/||$392,5181021 = $384/||$511,6001072 = $477/|
|3 BED Condos||$468,000989 = $473/||$489,0001280 = $382/||$510,0001570 = $325/|
Interest in this up-and-coming North York neighbourhood has been growing, with many first-time buyers drawn to the community’s diversity, convenient location, and proximity to the scenic Don Valley. It’s become a popular place to find high-rise condos for sale in Toronto, as well as the site for future townhouse complexes.
Newtonbrook has extensive options for shoppers including the Centerpoint Mall, a discount warehouse district, plus a wide range of delicious restaurants from Iranian to Korean cuisine. A number of good elementary and secondary schools in Newtonbrook make it a top choice for young families and a wise investment for first-time buyers. For a bit of history, Canada’s 14th Prime Minister, Lester B. Pearson, was born in Newtonbrook and went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957.
Residents of Netwonbrook East will find getting around to be pretty easy, hopping on the Yonge-University subway line at Finch Station for trips into Downtown Toronto. Drivers can access the 400-series highways for ventures outside the city, plus the Go Transit and York Region Transit bus routes connect to this area.