Yonge and Dundas Condo Values & Trends


Historical Average Price Per for Condos at Yonge and Dundas


Average Condo Sale Prices for Condos at Yonge and Dundas

Based on 351 condo sales in the past 0 months
LOW Average High
STUDIO Condos $211,000391 = $540/ $291,606431.8125 = $675/ $355,000504 = $704/
1 BED Condos $271,000395 = $686/ $418,674644.28703703704 = $650/ $715,0001214 = $589/
1 BED+DEN Condos $345,000742 = $465/ $498,856744.1625 = $670/ $1,200,0001877 = $639/
2 BED Condos $376,000650 = $578/ $668,501955.87058823529 = $699/ $1,175,0001289 = $912/
2 BED+DEN Condos $380,000736 = $516/ $830,9721108.8163265306 = $749/ $1,180,0001995 = $591/
3 BED Condos $830,0001173 = $708/ $1,001,7911220 = $821/ $1,438,8001675 = $859/
3 BED+DEN Condos $1,595,0002333 = $684/ $1,897,5002343.5 = $810/ $2,200,0002354 = $935/

Area Description and Stats

Condo Living at Yonge and Dundas

Yonge and Dundas is on its way to becoming Toronto’s own Times Square. The transformation over the past few years has been impressive and given new life to the downtown core. There are currently 17 condos within a few blocks of Yonge Dundas Square, including Canada’s tallest residential condo, Aura. Toronto condo developers have a few more projects in the works along this stretch of Yonge Street, promising to make the area the place to be.

What's Nearby:

Living in a Yonge and Dundas condo offers amenities galore, with all kinds of shopping, the Eaton Centre is the largest Urban Mall in Canada, restaurants and entertainment right outside your door. There is a four storey Cineplex complex here that is home to numerous restaurants, cafes and coffee shops as well and the main attraction, 23 movie theatres! Ryerson University has its main campus here, Massey Hall is a great place to see your favourite band and in the winter you can head over to Nathan Philips Square for outdoor ice-skating. There are some small parkettes dotted around the place, perfect for relaxing with your afternoon coffee.

Getting Around:

There are 2 streetcar lines, the 505 and the 501, that pass through and connect with the subway at Dundas St and Queen St. Walking can often be your best bet, as everything is so close but if you need to travel further afield there is an on ramp to the Gardiner Expressway at the foot of Jarvis St, only a few short block away.