|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|STUDIO Condos||$284,333418 = $680/||$338,900424 = $799/||$395,000406 = $972/|
|1 BED Condos||$335,730515 = $651/||$446,183560 = $796/||$608,831629 = $967/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$379,426615 = $617/||$524,678686 = $764/||$763,964847 = $901/|
|2 BED Condos||$484,281798 = $606/||$694,155896 = $774/||$1,172,7201450 = $809/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$656,720901 = $728/||$985,3501211 = $813/||$1,935,6252221 = $871/|
|3 BED Condos||$728,0001020 = $714/||$1,522,7141860 = $818/||$2,450,0002323 = $1,055/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$975,2501167 = $835/||$975,2501167 = $835/||$975,2501167 = $835/|
Long thought to be the dividing line between Downtown and Midtown Toronto, Yonge and Bloor is the neighbourhood where it all happens. While always known as a shopping mecca, Toronto condo developers have taken notice and started building on some of the land that hadn’t been used to it’s greatest potential. There are now 25 condos here and a number of pre-construction condos soon to be brightening up the skyline. Yonge and Bloor has a great mixture of trendy, modern high-rises like Uptown Residences and established buildings like Tiffany Terrace that have been around for a while and are a significant part of the neighbourhood.
With a Walk Score of 98, there isn’t much you can’t find here, or a short distance away whether it’s a movie you’re after, a drink in a swanky Yorkville Bar or a shawarma made to order, Yonge and Bloor is within easy reach of it all. You can hop on the subway and head over to King West to see a show or to the West End for an amazing dinner, the sky’s the limit. There is amazing shopping along Bloor Street, know as the Mink Mile and some really fun, unique shops down Yonge towards the Eaton Centre.
The largest transit hub in the city, Yonge and Bloor is where the Bloor-Danforth and Yonge-University-Spadina subway lines meet, seeing thousands of commuters a day, giving easy access to all areas of the city and beyond. If you have a car, the DVP is less than 2 blocks away, connecting you to the 401 to the north and the Gardiner Expressway if you’re looking for a quick exit out of the city. Yonge Street is of course, the longest street in the world and offers up a quick trip north to North York.