|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|STUDIO Condos||$244,000385 = $633/||$314,127454 = $691/||$419,000551 = $759/|
|1 BED Condos||$299,318534 = $560/||$408,946596 = $686/||$570,600744 = $766/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$313,333683 = $459/||$442,606719 = $615/||$686,800938 = $732/|
|2 BED Condos||$398,862897 = $445/||$634,1651037 = $611/||$1,141,8281698 = $672/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$417,666939 = $444/||$643,8901236 = $521/||$1,029,0001764 = $583/|
|3 BED Condos||$595,7001123 = $530/||$755,8971307 = $578/||$928,0001421 = $653/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$770,0001007 = $764/||$770,0001007 = $764/||$770,0001007 = $764/|
Toronto’s gay and lesbian community and an increasing number of young couples and families share this downtown neighbourhood. The central location attracts residents to the many Toronto condo towers, as well as the historic architecture and friendly vibe, that the Church St Corridor has become know for. One of the most loved of these condos in the The Merchandise Lofts, a community unto its self, this building has become an iconic landmark.
Church St is an urban dwellers dream, home to many of Toronto's most elaborate historical churches, as well as cultural establishments including the National Ballet School and the Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. You can do almost anything within the confines of the neighbourhood; there is amazing nightlife in The Village and some great restaurants to keep you coming back for more. The close proximity to St. Lawrence Market, makes shopping easy and The Core offers sporting events, concerts and more dining and nightlife.
Living in a Church St condo couldn’t be any easier if you’re reliant on public transit, with no less than 4 subway stops and 3 streetcar lines running through the neighbourhood. Anywhere you can think of going is right within reach. if you’re driving, head straight down Jarvis to access the Gardiner Expressway, which is your ticket to the West End and beyond.