What it costs to live at 25 Toronto intersections

Toronto intersections
n its latest analysis of condo prices across the GTA, TheRedPin.com determined the least expensive one-bedroom condos could be found at Queen and Yonge Sts., priced at an average of $371,444. Check out the interactive map below to see which intersections had the highest and lowest condo resales.
Toronto Yonge and Queen
In its latest analysis of condo prices across the GTA, TheRedPin.com determined the least expensive one-bedroom condos could be found at Queen and Yonge Sts., priced at an average of $371,444. Check out the interactive map below to see which intersections had the highest and lowest condo resales.

Location. Location. Location.

That age-old real estate mantra can take on a completely different meaning depending on your buying priorities. It can mean living in a top school district, right next to the office, or buying in the heart of the city’s bustling downtown.

If it’s the latter that resonates most with your purchasing priorities, and living mere steps from public transit, shops and bars top your list of must-haves, the folks at TheRedPin have created a handy map to help in your property search.

The Toronto-based real estate brokerage analyzed the cost of buying a Toronto condo at some of the most connected and walkable street corners across the city. All 25 intersections offer direct access to the TTC as well as many of Toronto’s top eateries, bars, shops and office spaces.

Topping the list are condos in Yorkville’s Bloor and Avenue Road and along Bay Street at King as well as Bloor, with averages from $1.3 million to $1.5 million, with the least expensive condos downtown located along Yonge Street, at Queen and Dundas. Condos outside of the downtown core show less expensive prices.

Quick hits for condo buyers looking to snag a property at the intersections below:

• On average, condo prices around these street corners are 22 per cent to 23 per cent more expensive than the Toronto average.
• One-bedroom units average for $545,000 while two bedrooms boast a significant premium of $925,000.

The Most Expensive Intersections For Re-Sale Condos:

Yonge and Eglinton
One bedroom: $402, 924
Two bedroom: $629,644

St. Clair and Yonge
One bedroom: $439, 064
Two bedroom: $868,537

Bloor and Avenue
One bedroom: $570,198
Two bedroom: $1,497,679

Bay and Bloor
One bedroom: $439,453
Two bedroom: $1,174,562

Yonge and Bloor
One bedroom: $416,968
Two bedroom: $964, 813

Yonge and Wellesley
One bedroom: $414,351
Two bedroom: $601,952

Bay and College
One bedroom: $428, 826
Two bedroom: $611,950

Yonge and Collge
One bedroom: $422,928
Two bedroom: $602,081

Yonge and Gerrard
One bedroom: $425,658
Two bedroom: $611,381

Yonge and Dundas
One bedroom: $423,121
Two bedroom: $616, 219

Dundas and Bay
One bedroom: $422,088
Two bedroom: $637,589

Dundas and University
One bedroom: $382,148
Two bedroom: $531, 307

Yonge and Queen
One bedroom: $368,638
Two bedroom: $512,033

King and Spadina
one bedroom: $389,231
Two bedroom: $609,180

Front and John
One bedroom: $376,099
Two bedroom: $609,344

York and University
One bedroom: $421,202
Two bedroom: $753,164

Bay and Queen
One bedroom: $383,909
Two bedroom: $697,371

Bay and Adelaide
One bedroom: $393,957
Two bedroom: $688,327

Bay and King
One bedroom: $425,537
Two bedroom: $734,744

Bay and Wellington
One bedroom: $412,172
Two bedroom: $666,601

Yonge and King
One bedroom: $387,813
Two bedroom: $671,844

Yonge and Adelaide
One bedroom: $389,327
Two bedroom: $637,157

King and Jarvis
One bedroom: $369, 562
Two bedroom: $608,184

Richmond and John
One bedroom: $399,888
Two bedroom: $692,911

Front and John
One bedroom: $376,099
Two bedroom: $609,344

York and University
One bedroom: $421,202
Two bedroom: $753,164

Update: The Red Pin, who supplied the data for this article, closed its doors in 2018.

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