|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|STUDIO Condos||$235,000406 = $579/||$253,944394 = $644/||$321,000445 = $721/|
|1 BED Condos||$284,666485 = $587/||$381,852584 = $653/||$809,9501154 = $702/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$354,000626 = $565/||$399,766651 = $613/||$506,878723 = $701/|
|2 BED Condos||$428,333783 = $547/||$584,181879 = $665/||$1,233,5001330 = $927/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$435,000835 = $520/||$535,453900 = $595/||$671,000990 = $678/|
|3 BED Condos||$515,000990 = $520/||$522,444990 = $528/||$529,888990 = $535/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$649,9001301 = $500/||$649,9001301 = $500/||$649,9001301 = $500/|
Situated to the west of the scenic Don Valley, Regent Park is a downtown neighbourhood in transition. Though in the past much of it consisted of townhomes and public housing, many of these older projects have been removed to make way for modern mixed use residences including some amazing new Toronto condos like One Cole. With this, the revitalization of Regent Park is almost complete and an amazing, well-rounded neighbourhood is emerging.
With a great location on the Don River, there are miles of walking and biking trails to explore as well as lots of green space. There is a Farmers Market on Wednesdays during the warmer months, and the new condo developments have brought with them supermarkets, coffee shops and new restaurants, making it easy not to stray too far from home. Although, if you do feel the need to venture further away, Cabbagetown is only up the street and offers some great attractions like Riverdale Farm and Allen Gardens. Leslieville is just across the river and with it brings some of the best dining in the city.
Regent Park is bordered by Queen St and Dundas St and with that the 505 and 501 streetcar lines, ready to take you any where you want to go. You can hop on the Don Valley Parkway from Queen as well, making getting around the city as breeze.