Condos for sale in toronto under 250k . Toronto school district housing analysis. First of all, let’s take a look at the map of the University of Toronto and its surroundings.
We can see from the picture that the main Condo apartments nearby are located in the east, north and south gates, but there are mostly low-rise buildings in the west, and there is basically no high-rise Condo suitable for students.
Let’s first take a look at how big the north side is. This area usually refers to the Yorkville neighborhood north of Bloor. This is the most high-end area of Downtown. From the video of Daisy and the aerial view of 3D house prices below, we can see that the pillars of the highest prices are in Yorkville. Why do Yorkville house prices stand out from the rest of the city center? Because here is a collection of high-quality life, leisure, fashion, shopping, and how big the school district is. The location is equivalent to Nanjing West Road in Shanghai and Fifth Avenue in New York.
Among them, the private apartment of the four Seasons Hotel is the most typical, which also promotes the development of the surrounding high-end apartments. In terms of population composition, the people living here are all wealthy. Daisy mentioned Yorkville in his original “where do the Rich people live in downtown Toronto” and “the Top three list of Condo luxury homes in Toronto”. Toronto Condo house price champion is always born here every year.
There are not only luxury apartments, commercial office buildings, star hotels, cinemas, gourmet restaurants, but also famous brand shopping streets. The buyers of houses in this area are mainly politicians, bosses, scholars, artists, international students and investors in the high-end market, where Downtown transactions of more than C $2 million are concentrated. With the intersection of two-phase subway and well-developed transportation, it is close to the university town, embassy district, Bloor boutique shopping street, Ontario Royal Museum, hundreds of high-end restaurants, bars and private clubs, with typical high-end market characteristics such as “high income”, “high education” and “high house price”. It is worth mentioning that the rental price of this small area ranks among the most expensive retail stores in North America.
There are more than 700 independent boutiques and 6 department stores. Luxury brands along Bloor Street include Louis Vuitton, Prada, Gucci, Boss, Chanel, Herm è s, Tiffany, Cartier, Calvin Klein, Lacoste, Coach and so on, making Yorkville a truly high-end shopping area.
Let’s take a look at how much to the east. The block east of the University of Toronto is represented by three north-south streets, Bay, Yonge and Church, with Bloor Street in the north and Dundas Street in the south. As can be seen from Daisy’s analytical map, there are many Condo here, and sandwiched between the University of Wayasun and Ryerson University, it has naturally become a student community. Compared with the luxury of Yorkville Bloor Street in the north and the atmosphere of University Street in the south, Bay Street and Yonge Street in the east are more authentic, with all kinds of shops close to the people, full of flavor and convenient life. Just south of here is the Eaton Shopping Mall on Dundas Street, as well as CBD, in the financial district and close to the subway, making it very convenient to study and work. Due to the large number of Condo in the block, the choice of Condo here is basically in line with the market, whether it is renting or buying and selling, the price generally will not deviate too much. Some characteristic Condo, such as buildings overlooking the panoramic view, such as U Condo, although the price is not cheap, Daisy believes that it will continue to be sought after by buyers and tenants, and the trend of higher prices will outperform the market.