|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|STUDIO Condos||$222,800440 = $506/||$297,411416 = $713/||$390,919442 = $884/|
|1 BED Condos||$286,175561 = $509/||$391,746557 = $702/||$521,750597 = $874/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$359,318621 = $578/||$461,055632 = $729/||$576,103682 = $844/|
|2 BED Condos||$443,336767 = $578/||$610,895843 = $724/||$887,1251119 = $792/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$514,542902 = $570/||$666,898943 = $707/||$1,003,9831628 = $616/|
|3 BED Condos||$495,0001250 = $396/||$930,5831281 = $726/||$1,700,0002125 = $800/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$785,000982 = $799/||$865,7111072 = $807/||$970,0001356 = $715/|
There is quite a bit of construction happening in The Core, with new Toronto condo towers growing out of once abandoned land and Historic Buildings like Union Station getting expanded and tidied up. There has been steady growth in The Core for the past few years and that growth is set to continue for some time to come. The Financial District is at the heart of this Downtown neighbourhood and although it's frequently thought of as a Concrete Jungle, there is an amazing amount of green space around, great for grabbing lunch to go and stretching your legs on a beautiful summer day.
Steady growth has been happening in The Core, as with most neighbourhoods in Toronto the price per square foot has steadily risen over the past 10 years. With the neighbourhood average around $803/sqft, the sought-after 1bed + den has been selling around $461,055 on average.
The Core is home to the world famous CN Tower, once the tallest freestanding structure in the world as well as the new Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, which has been generating quite a buzz since it opened in late 2013. There are numerous sights and sounds that attract all kinds of people to this neighbourhood. Situated in the middle of Downtown Toronto, there really isn’t anything you’d ever want for, fantastic dining, independent coffee shops and grocery stores popping up all over as well as a short walk to The Waterfront, where you can enjoy the best of the summer months. The always incredible St. Lawrence Market is close at hand as is the Entertainment District in King West, with Broadway caliber shows and restaurant row, where any craving can be satiated.
Living in a condo in The Core, is a dream. Anything you could want is only minutes away and if it’s raining or the middle of a sub-zero winter, the PATH system is the best way to get around. The PATH is a network of underground shops and restaurants with direct access to over 50 condos/ office towers, TTC subways and Union Station and at 30 KM in total distance; you could stay underground all day if you wanted to! Above ground, you can hop on a number of Streetcars or buses to get to your destination and the Gardiner Expressway is at the foot of the neighbourhood to make that quick trip to the West End even quicker.