|STUDIO Condos||$210,000362 = $580/||$277,534429.14285714286 = $647/||$389,000504 = $772/|
|1 BED Condos||$230,000493 = $467/||$399,693603.33653846154 = $662/||$710,0001183 = $600/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$300,000800 = $375/||$443,337729.34210526316 = $608/||$655,0001048 = $625/|
|2 BED Condos||$395,000943 = $419/||$680,6511026.6666666667 = $663/||$1,699,0001934 = $878/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$428,000798 = $536/||$646,6251026.6896551724 = $630/||$965,0001537 = $628/|
In the heart of the downtown core, Yonge and Richmond is right in amongst all the action. There are 23 condos dotted around the intersection, giving plenty of options from converted lofts buildings to brand new modern high-rise condos. Some new condos are being built in the area; Toronto condo developers are taking advantage of lands that have been vacant for some time, adding to the popularity of the area and the skyline as well.
There are lots of attractions here to keep you busy, think Live Theatre at the Elgin and Winter Garden theatres, shopping at the Eaton Centre and the Passport Canada office is close by, if you’re planning a trip anywhere. Some of the most talked about restaurants in Toronto are within a couple of blocks, along with tons of small independent lunch spots and if you’re looking for a little more entertainment, the hub of activity at Yonge and Dundas Square is just up the street. St. Lawrence market is also a couple of blocks away, the perfect place for doing the weekly shopping.
Only a few short blocks from the Gardiner and Lake Shore Blvd, the one-way system of Richmond and Adelaide make getting in and out of the area easy. Transit is plentiful, the 504 and 501 streetcar lines pass through and there are 2 entrances to the subway at King and Queen streets, respectively.