Welcome to Toronto, Ontario's breathtaking capital city, and the home of thousands of Toronto condos for rent.
More than 6 million people live in the Toronto metropolitan area, making it by far the biggest city in all of Canada, and it's also one of the most populous cities in the whole of North America too. Part of the Golden Horseshoe region, it sits along the western bank of Lake Ontario, offering easy access to the US and being famed as a key economic, financial, business, and touristic hub.
Toronto is also a terrific location to settle down and enjoy a high quality of life, with many great Toronto condos for rent to choose from. In total, there are 2437 condo buildings in Toronto, and renters can find a wide range of options here, including Low-Rise, Mid-Rise, and High-Rise condos for rent, along with Luxury and Loft condos for those with higher budgets too.
Toronto is a massive city, spread out across many square miles of land, divided up into dozens of neighborhoods and districts, and you can find Toronto condos for rent in many of these different neighborhoods.
This gives renters a lot of options to choose from, you can opt for a condo in the inner city of Toronto for easy access to major landmarks like Casa Loma, St. Lawrence Market, the Toronto Islands, and the CN Tower, or choose something a little further out, with a quieter lifestyle and convenient access to other places like High Park and Casa Loma.
A huge percentage of Toronto condos for rent can be found in the key downtown districts, including the Bay Street Corridor, the Garden District, St. Lawrence, Financial District, Entertainment District, Fashion District, Railway Lands, City Place, Harbourfront, Niagara, Fort York, South Core, and East Bayfront.
Those looking for condos for rent in Toronto can also explore other areas of the city. You can head north, for example, to districts like Deer Park, Forest Hill South, Mount Pleasant West, Chaplin Estates, Yonge and Eglinton, and North Toronto, or you could head west to places like High Park North, The Junction, Junction Triangle, Wallace Emerson, Humber Bay, and Swansea."
The average days on market for Toronto condos for rent is 25, and the average price for Toronto rental condos is $2,320. There were 27901 for rent in Toronto in 2020, representing an increase of 0% over the previous year.
Toronto is generally ranked as one of the best places to live in Canada in terms of work, education, and financial opportunities, and finding condos for rent in Toronto is a great way to start. You can rely on the TTC transit system with its many bus lines and subway routes to get around, and the city itself has a transit score of 74, a walk score of 72, and a bike score of 62.