|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|1 BED Condos||$326,000506 = $644/||$359,016545 = $658/||$395,000660 = $598/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$386,500670 = $577/||$417,500776 = $538/||$436,000683 = $638/|
|2 BED Condos||$390,000875 = $446/||$512,6111180 = $434/||$615,0001542 = $399/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$408,000851 = $479/||$408,000851 = $479/||$408,000851 = $479/|
Located north of The Beaches, Woodbine Corridor offers family-friendly convenience at more affordable prices than you’d find south of Kingston Road. It’s unique locale, tucked between Leslieville and the Danforth, giving this neighbourhood a nice mix of urban trendiness and quiet residential.
A mix of new Toronto condos and townhouse developments are appearing more and more, with condos along Queen Street enjoying door-front access to the street’s vibrant commercial strip and Lake Shore access. The townhouses closer to the Danforth are perhaps more family-friendly, offering the convenience of subway transit and many parks and schools. Not far away, of course, The Beaches remain a hot spot for weekend adventures, outdoor recreation, and fun seasonal festivals. It’s a lively and picturesque community that is drawing the attention of many new homeowners, first-time buyers, and investors.
A lovely neighbourhood for getting around on foot, there is also easy access for car owners to reach the 401 via Victoria Park. You can also hop on Lake Shore Blvd and zip downtown in minutes. Transit users can take either the 501 Queen Streetcar or the Bloor-Danforth subway line, as well as buses running north and south.