Where to buy your first Toronto condo

1. Yorkville / Yonge and Bloor.  For the lover of luxury.  At the luxury retail center of Canada and at the intersection of the 2 main subway lines.  (1 BR ~ $450K)

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2. College Park.  Yonge and College has experienced a huge revival. New condos and retail all around.  Close to hospitals and U of T. (1 BR ~ $450K)

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3. Bay St. Corridor (Bay St. between Bloor and Dundas).  Conveniently located close to U of T, hospitals and Yorkville.  Upscale residences (1 BR ~ $450K)

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4. The Waterfront (Queen Quay East and West).  Get away from the city with views of the water.  (1 BR ~ $450K)

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5. The Distillery District. (Parliament and Front)  The revitalized factories and condos are for those who like something a little bit unique  (1 BR ~ $450K)

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6. Liberty Village.  (King W and Stratchan).  Move here to party with young professionals  (1 BR ~ $300K)

7. City Place. (Spadina and Front).  Move here to live with young professionals  (1 BR ~ $300K)

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8. North York Centre.  (North York Centre Station) The new  happening spot uptown, tons of options for Asian cuisine.  (1 BR ~ $300K)

9. Bayview Village. (Bayview and Sheppard)  Next to the mall, highway and subway.  Upscale shopping.  (1 BR ~ $300K)

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10. West Don Lands.  The newest revitalization project from the Pan Am Games, this neighborhood features a college campus and plenty of new condos.  (1 BR ~ $300K)

 

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