Condos for Sale in Chinatown

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Chinatown Condo Values & Trends


Current Asking Prices in Chinatown
$ 479,900
AVG. ASKING PRICE
$ 890/FT2
AVG. PRICE PER FT2

AVERAGE SIZE : 539 FT2
Based on 1 active listings
Current Rental Prices in Chinatown
$ 1,500/month
AVG. ASKING PRICE
$ 3.75/FT2
AVG. PRICE PER FT2

AVERAGE SIZE : 400 FT2
Based on 1 active listings

Historical Average Price Per for Condos in Chinatown


Average Condo Sale Prices for Condos in Chinatown

Based on 1 condo sales in the past 12 months
LOWAvg. of lowest 10% Average HighAvg. of highest 10%
2 BED Condos $428,0001070 = $400/ $428,0001070 = $400/ $428,0001070 = $400/

Area Description and Stats

Condo Living in Chinatown

Known as one of the largest in North America, you could almost be forgiven for forgetting you were in Toronto while wandering the streets of Chinatown. The authentic restaurants alone are reason enough to want a Toronto condo in this fascinating neighbourhood, add to that culture, some great shopping and ease of getting around and you’ve got a winner here.

What's Nearby:

There are so many restaurants in Chinatown; it’s hard to keep track of them all. If you love Sunday afternoon Dim Sum, be quick, the lines start forming early but the wait is worth it. There is some great shopping to be had along Spadina as well. Some of the best fruit and veg in the city can be found here at any time along with some amazing bubble tea. There are clothing and accessory stores to rival 5th Avenue and one of the best homeware stores in the city. If you head up to College st you’ll find a myriad of electronic stores that are know for cheap prices and good quality merchandise. Some great neighbourhoods surround Chinatown with Queen West to the south and the Annex to the North, where you can do some shopping, check out some galleries and museums and be seen at the latest hot spot.

Getting Around:

2 feet and a heartbeat can be the quickest and most efficient way to get around this downtown neighbourhood, especially if you’re getting groceries. If you need to get to the other side of the city, the TTC has you covered. The College, Dundas and Queen Streetcars are all ready to take you to the East and West Ends of the city and the Spadina route connects you with the subway at Bloor or further east at Union Station. Drivers don’t fear, pop down Spadina for quick access to the Gardiner Expressway and all the other major highways.