Condos for Sale in Alexandra Park


Alexandra Park Condo Values & Trends

Current Asking Prices in Alexandra Park
$ 611,000
$ 573/FT2

Based on 2 active listings

Historical Average Price Per for Condos in Alexandra Park

Average Condo Sale Prices for Condos in Alexandra Park

Based on 11 condo sales in the past 12 months
LOWAvg. of lowest 10% Average HighAvg. of highest 10%
STUDIO Condos $295,000437 = $675/ $295,000437 = $675/ $295,000437 = $675/
1 BED Condos $389,900547 = $713/ $399,950574 = $698/ $410,000600 = $683/
1 BED+DEN Condos $403,800586 = $689/ $426,267698 = $627/ $440,000635 = $693/
2 BED Condos $546,2281038 = $526/ $582,4091168 = $501/ $651,0001349 = $483/
2 BED+DEN Condos $650,0001348 = $482/ $650,0001348 = $482/ $650,0001348 = $482/
3 BED Condos $820,0001296 = $633/ $820,0001296 = $633/ $820,0001296 = $633/

Area Description and Stats

Condo Living in Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park is named for the park at the corner of Dundas St and Bathurst St, which in turn was named after Queen Alexandra wife of King Edward VII. Situated on the western edge of downtown the recorded history of the neighbourhood dates back to 1791. There is a huge revitalization project planned for the next few years, similar to what has been done over in Regent Park. Older community housing projects will be coming down and will be replaced with mixed-use buildings, townhomes and Toronto condos . With a location like this, there is an excited buzz about all the new possibilities being brought to the neighbourhood.

What's Nearby:

Surrounded by the organic food markets of Kensington Market to the north and the eclectic shops on Queen West to the south, there isn't much you could want for living in an Alexandra Park condo. A Walk Score of 98 means that almost everything your heart desires be it some vintage clothing, amazing Dim Sum or a strong cappuccino are only a stones throw away. In summer there is a swimming pool and the Dunbat Skate Park, which turns into an ice rink in winter. If you’re looking for a bit of culture, Theatre Passe Muraille is also located here.

Getting Around:

If you’re a driver its easy to head straight down Spadina to access the Gardiner Expressway and the rest of the city. For those transit loving Torontonians there are streetcars aplenty on Queen and Bathurst Streets taking you in every direction possible as well as the Spadina streetcar which connects to the Bloor-Danforth subway line and Union Station for those quick trips to Midtown and beyond.