|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|1 BED Condos||$236,740441 = $537/||$304,431533 = $570/||$378,625581 = $651/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$273,333574 = $476/||$339,963638 = $532/||$450,944670 = $673/|
|2 BED Condos||$300,800618 = $486/||$396,537744 = $533/||$618,500987 = $626/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$377,500812 = $465/||$513,833905 = $568/||$725,0001000 = $725/|
Parkdale is a neighbourhood in Toronto’s West End with a varied past of big ups and big downs. From an upper-income community with many notable mansions at the start of the 20th century, the development of the Gardiner Expressway brought Parkdale to sudden halt. But that’s all changing now at a fairly rapid pace. Young professionals, artists and hipsters are flocking to the area and with them come new Toronto condos.
There is some amazing waterfront access in Parkdale, with beaches and walking trails that can make you forget you’re in the city, plus some small parks sprinkled throughout. The restaurants up on Queen Street literally have people lining up in the streets, causing so much of a stir that there is now a moratorium on opening restaurants in the area. Bordered by Liberty Village, Little Portugal, and High Park, there are loads of options for shopping, dining and entertainment all within a few short blocks. Some would say that Parkdale has hit a Renaissance recently and become the new place to be in Toronto, and with regard to Toronto condos and lofts, we would have to agree.
The 504 King Streetcar will take you up to the Bloor-Danforth subway line as well as downtown, while the 501 Queen streetcar goes out as far as Humber to the west and Neville Park to the east. Living in a Parkdale condo gives you easy access to the Gardiner Expressway and in turn the rest of the city.