|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|1 BED Condos||$185,000581 = $318/||$205,500602 = $341/||$233,000615 = $378/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$185,000615 = $300/||$227,237718 = $316/||$259,000779 = $332/|
|2 BED Condos||$268,5001149 = $234/||$354,7501219 = $291/||$570,0001971 = $289/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$299,9001073 = $279/||$299,9001073 = $279/||$299,9001073 = $279/|
|3 BED Condos||$315,0001719 = $183/||$460,0001839 = $250/||$605,0001958 = $309/|
The largest city in Durham Region, Oshawa sits along the shoreline of lake Ontario about 60 kilometers east of the City of Toronto. It’s nicknamed “Canada’s Motor City”, as GM Canada founded its headquarters in the city in 1876. Today, there are more than 160,000 homes in Oshawa with many local businesses and entertainment attractions.
The Government of Ontario has recognized Oshawa’s downtown core as an Urban Growth Centre, with a vibrant mix of working professionals and post-secondary students in the fields of science and technology. There are several educational institutions in the city including Durham College, Trent University Durham, and University of Ontario Institute of Technology. For anyone seeking condos for sale in Oshawa, the downtown would be the first place to look. The city is invested in the growth of its business sector with assistant initiatives for small business start-ups and entrepreneurs, plus convenient avenues for growth into Toronto.
Oshawa is also recognized for its urban entertainment attractions from the historical Regent Theatre for live shows and films to General Motors Centre for sporting events such as hockey and lacrosse. You’ll find a wealth of restaurants and cafes to test, taste, and call your favourite, as well as cultural centres such as The Robert McLaughlin Gallery and several museums. The city is home to many parks, trails, and outdoor recreational spaces, including Lakeview Park that spans a length of Lake Ontario and enjoys a pleasant beach with lots of sand and sun.
Oshawa is connected to the cities of the Golden Horseshoe via the GO Transit railway, from Toronto to Niagara. It’s the fastest growing area in Ontario, and Oshawa is one of the leading cities, making it a place to watch for future values and trends.