|STUDIO Condos||$279,990407 = $686/||$311,338420 = $740/||$347,800407 = $852/|
|1 BED Condos||$310,000471 = $658/||$446,833619.33333333333 = $721/||$700,000996 = $703/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$435,000697 = $624/||$454,200682 = $666/||$485,000707 = $685/|
|2 BED Condos||$568,880805 = $707/||$713,595990.75 = $720/||$945,0001353 = $698/|
One of the most eclectic areas of the city, Bloor and Bathurst, in the Annex, is a great place to be. There is a rich history here, the tree lined streets and beautiful Victorian homes have seen a lot of change over the years and more is on the way. Although there are only a small amount of Toronto condos here now, this is an area to watch.
This particular stretch of Bloor is home to the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema as well as Lee’s Palace one of the most popular live music venues in the city. Koreatown is one of the many nicknames for this popular area and you’ll find some of the best Korean restaurants in the city. There is great shopping, there are many independent boutiques with clothing, quirky gifts and shoes to keep you occupied for a long time. Only a couple of block from Christie Pits Park, you’ll find an amazing ice skating rinks in the winter and walking trails, a dog park and baseball diamonds for use during the rest of the year.
The 511 Bathurst streetcar runs south to Exhibition Place from the Bathurst subway station and there are a number of bus routes servicing the area as well. If you’re living in a condo at Bloor and Bathurst, walking is a great alternative, as you’ll find everything you need within a close proximity. Drivers are only a short trip from most of the major routes to get downtown and throughout the city.