|1 BED Condos||$335,000563 = $595/||$444,043716.71428571429 = $620/||$529,000837 = $632/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$420,000735 = $571/||$532,050799.375 = $666/||$710,000943 = $753/|
|2 BED Condos||$456,000720 = $633/||$857,8001162.94 = $738/||$2,450,0002738 = $895/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$910,0001131 = $805/||$2,174,4002132.2 = $1,020/||$3,730,0003220 = $1,158/|
|3 BED Condos||$1,038,9001419 = $732/||$1,711,3001901.3333333333 = $900/||$2,550,0002218 = $1,150/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$1,585,0002780 = $570/||$2,727,6673630.3333333333 = $751/||$3,750,0004080 = $919/|
|4 BEDS Condos||$3,950,0003949 = $1,000/||$3,950,0003949 = $1,000/||$3,950,0003949 = $1,000/|
There is a real cosmopolitan vibe here, without the congestion you can sometimes find downtown. You’ll find some of the best boutique shopping around and great restaurants to keep you occupied and the amount of green space will astound you. There are 17 Toronto condos , some of the most luxurious in the city, each with its own special charm and style.
The shopping along Yonge St south of St Clair is great, with lots of exclusive boutiques you won’t find anywhere else. You’ll find restaurants like Cava and Capocaccia, which have been around for years and a number of cafes and coffee shops. For sports fans, Scallywags Pub is a great place to watch the big game. Rosehill Reservoir is close at hand to take the dog for a run or have a leisurely stroll and you are close enough to areas like Yonge and Bloor when you feel the need to be amongst the action.
A Yonge and St Clair condo is a great idea if you are reliant on transit. There is a stop on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway as well as the St Clair streetcar, which runs from Yonge St all the way over past Keele. If you're driving, considder hoping off Yonge and taking Mt Pleasant, it is a great way to get downtown and you’re not too far from the DVP either.