Welcome to Toronto, the biggest condo metropolis and some would say the best city in all of Canada.
Situated in a prime location on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is the capital of Ontario and famed for its stunning skyline, towering skyscrapers, and beautiful green spaces like Queen's Park and High Park.
Over six million people live in the Toronto area, and there are a colossal number of Toronto condos for sale to choose from. In total, there are 2437 condo buildings in Toronto, and you can find a huge variety of Toronto condo styles like Low-Rise, Mid-Rise, High-Rise, Luxury, Pre-Construction, and Loft.
There are especially many High-Rise condos for sale in Toronto, boasting beautiful views across the cityscape, but you can also find other varieties to suit your needs, with this city essentially offering something for everyone.
Toronto is a vast, sprawling city with a lot of different neighborhoods, and each of those neighborhoods has its own character, history, and unique features, so you can find something special about each and every one of them.
Many Toronto condos can be found in the Downtown Toronto neighborhoods like Bay Street Corridor, the Entertainment District, the Fashion District, St. Lawrence, the Village, the Garden District, Railway Lands, and Old Town.
Some of the city's more hustling and bustling spaces like the Entertainment District and Fashion District districts tend to have high numbers of Toronto condos for sale and are well-placed for people who want to make the most of the vibrant Toronto lifestyle, enjoying live entertainment, fashion boutiques, and world-class eateries.
You can also find Toronto condos for sale in other parts of the city too, and many of Toronto's best condos are situated mere minutes from iconic landmarks and must-see sights like the CN Tower, the Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, High Park, the Art Gallery of Ontario, and Ripley's Aquarium.
The average days on market for condos for sale in Toronto is 18 days, and the average sale price of condos in Toronto is $685,799. Last year, 16771 Toronto condos were sold, which represented a decrease in the number of condos sold of -21%, compared to the previous year. The number of condos in Toronto is also on the rise, with many new buildings being constructed, giving new arrivals a lot of living spaces to choose from.
The lifestyle for people buying condos in Toronto is particularly special. There's so much to see and do here, with many jobs and educational opportunities for people of all ages, along with lots of great stores, attractions, museums, and restaurants.
The city is well-known for its parks and green spaces too, with a walk score of 72, a bike score of 62, and a transit score of 74. Toronto condo owners can make the most of the Toronto Transit Commission TTC subway, buses, and streetcars to get around the city and into the suburbs with ease.
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This condo at #225 -1791 ST CLAIR AVE W, Toronto, M6N1J6, Ontario is available for sale. It includes 3 bedrooms and2 bathrooms. It has been on the market since 4/1/2023 and is listed at 989000.00. The approximately sqft of this unit is between 900.00 and 1000.00. Reunion Crossing Condos & Urban Towns and Davenport Village Lofts are nearby condo buildings.
Alli's Fresh Baked, JENLA Cake, and Sweet Flour Bake Shop are great bakeries near Scout Condos. There are some great cafes near Scout Condos such as Happy Coffee Co. and Hounslow's House. Do you enjoy being in the kitchen? Pick up groceries at Tavora Foods. Locals of Carleton Village love dining at Banh Cuon Pho Ga. You can spend the afternoon enjoying the outdoors at parks near Scout Condos like Constable Percy Cummins Parkette and S.A.D.R.A. Park. Whiteside I.D.A. Pharmacy is the pharmacy in Carleton Village near Scout Condos. If you are looking to visit a museum or art gallery Black Cat Showroom can be found in Carleton Village. Take your pets to Patch's Pups & Curls. Local schools of Carleton Village include Carleton Village Junior and Senior Public School, St Paul VI Catholic School and Ecole elementaire Charles-Sauriol.