Best Toronto Condo Neighbourhoods

Tuesday Dec 29th, 2020


This video shows you the best Toronto Neighbourhoods for condo living.

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If you are looking where to live in Toronto check out the links in the description below. Depending on your lifestyle, price point and needs there are many great neighbourhoods to live in Toronto.

Here are my Top 5 Best Toronto Neighbourhoods.


Yorkville is Toronto's most expensive condo neighbourhood and has some of the most exclusive high-end shopping such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Prada, and Tiffany or any other labels you can think of. Beautiful restaurants, designer boutiques, antique shops and galleries are absolutely first class. 


King West is located close to the downtown core, Financial District, the QEW for commuters, and all the entertainment, restaurants and shopping that Toronto offers.

Since 2005 this neighbourhood has seen a huge transformation and a lot of condo development. Now known for its lively nightlife and restaurants,  King West has transformed into a vibrant desirable neighbourhood to live for the urban professional.

King West used to be the home of garment factories hence the name "The Fashion District". These old buildings are used for office space by tech, advertising, PR and design companies.


Home to some important and recognizable cultural landmarks including the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, Scotia Bank Arena, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Roy Thomson Hall, the Princess of Wales Theatre, the Royal Alexandra Theatre, the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Ripley's Aquarium, Toronto Railway Museum, Steam Whistle Brewery and more.

In addition to being a centre for nightlife, dining, live entertainment, comedy, theatre and professional sports, The Entertainment District is a great place to live and work.


The St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood is as old as Toronto itself. The architecturally significant 19th century Georgian style red and yellow brick buildings that line Front Street go back to this earlier period. 

The Esplanade off Yonge St, is lined with great restaurants, cafés and bars. St Lawrence Market has seen a resurgence in new modern condos over the last few years. 

Close to the subway, Union Station & Financial District, St Lawrence Market is a very desirable area to live.


The condos along the Etobicoke waterfront serves as a great location just outside of the busy city with a suburban neighbourhood feel. Etobicoke condos have changed the traditional dwellings known to this area. 

Many condos offer breathtaking views of Lake Ontario and the Toronto skyline. Most buildings offer top amenities including a gym, party room, movie theatre, pool or steam room.

Etobicoke has numerous public parks, notable among them is James Gardens on the banks of the Humber River. The park includes beautiful flowers, walkways, a rock garden, streams, and waterfalls. It is a very popular site for taking wedding photographs.

If you have any questions about Toronto Condos or Toronto Neighbourhoods reach out to me at 416-418-4910 or post a comment below.

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