|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|STUDIO Condos||$235,000463 = $508/||$288,625477 = $604/||$340,000475 = $715/|
|1 BED Condos||$308,346527 = $585/||$426,912616 = $693/||$574,816750 = $765/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$344,212689 = $499/||$508,949748 = $680/||$735,785965 = $762/|
|2 BED Condos||$420,680796 = $528/||$756,8951072 = $706/||$1,366,9881565 = $873/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$445,487830 = $537/||$874,5221126 = $776/||$1,796,3571780 = $1,009/|
|3 BED Condos||$895,0001184 = $756/||$1,237,7921638 = $755/||$1,650,0002112 = $781/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$1,185,0001772 = $669/||$1,222,9441766 = $692/||$1,260,8881761 = $716/|
The lands north of Queen's Quay feature a huge collection of condos, while south to the waterfront has become a mixed-use area featuring more condos, a community center and park lands making this one of the must see neighbourhoods if you’re looking for Toronto condos for sale. The community feel is great on The Waterfront, with lots of different parks and beaches to enjoy and something interesting happening, all the time, whether it’s live music in the summer or free public skating in the winter.
There are currently 27 resale condos in The Waterfront neighbourhood, with a handful of new ones on the way due to recent development along the eastern stretch. The average price per square foot has been hovering around $791 for the past few years and this trend continues into 2014.
Enjoy easy access to the water, as a condo resident, with summer festivals and cultural events at the Harbourfront Centre. Nothing beats wandering along the boardwalk or playing Frisbee in one of the many green spaces close to the water. If you are so inclined, there are numerous boats and ships that can be chartered for fishing, sight seeing or even dining. The Toronto Islands are a quick ferry ride away, with the Island Ferry Terminal located at the foot of Bay Street. Being so close to Union Station makes it easy to get to the rest of the city, brunch in Queen West, shopping in St. Lawrence and Dinner in King West can be an amazing way to spend a day.
Streetcars travels along Queens Quay, making it easy to get around if you’re thinking of buying a Waterfront condo, you have access to Union Station and the rest of the TTC. Alternatively, if you are a driver the Gardiner Expressway is actually right on your doorstop, ready to take you east or west, connecting to all the other major highways in Toronto.