Condo Living In Etobicoke

The Tailor Condos
No of units: 141
Storeys: 10
Completion: 2023
12 months ago

The Tailor Condos Details Project Name The Tailor Condos Type Condo Address 1197 The Queensway, Etobicoke Developer Marlin Spring Architects Graziani + Corazza Architects Inc. Prices From the $400,000’s CAD Number of Storeys 12 Total […]

IQ Condos 3

IQ Condos 3

$500,000
No of units: 981
Storeys: 42
Completion: 2024
12 months ago

IQ Condos 3 Details Project Name IQ Condos 3 Type Condo Address 45 Zorra Street, Etobicoke, ON M8Z 4Z7 Developer The Remington Group Architects Giannone Petricone Associates Inc. Number of Storeys 42 Total Number of […]

Condos Value & Trends (Price Per Square Approx.)

Price/sqft $1,000-$1,400 per sqft
Studio Price/sqft $400K – $500K
1-Bedroom Price $600K – $750K
1-Bedroom + Den Price $650K – $825K
2-Bedroom Price $850K – $950K
3-Bedroom Price $900K – $1.5 Million
Studio Rent $1,900-$2,100/month
1-Bedroom Rent $2,100-$2,400/month
1-Bedroom + Den Rent $2,400-$2,850/month
2-Bedroom Rent $2,900-$3,500/month
3-Bedroom Rent $3,500-$4,500/month

Just imagine living in a neighborhood that has been a waterfront to many lakes, evergreen mountains, and a serene environment. Did that seem relaxing and soothing to you? Well, this is what Etobicoke has to offer its residents. If you are planning to invest in condos, then you should think of buying condos in Etobicoke. The full area of Etobicoke is divided into three parts- the Lakeshore, Central Etobicoke, and North Etobicoke, and is surrounded by Lake Ontario, Humber River, Mississauga, and Steels Avenue West. Let us briefly discuss the three areas in which Etobicoke is divided.

The Lakeshore

Humber Bay, Long Branch, Mimico, New Toronto, Alderwood, Sunnylea, and The Queensway are some of the most popular places in Lakeshore. When it comes to buying an affordable condo in Etobicoke, then the Lakeshore is one of the best regions for the same. This neighborhood can offer its residents beautiful lakefront, different recreational activities, proper health and medical facilities, schools, green tree-lined sidewalks, and much more.

Central Etobicoke

Now that you have made up your mind to buy a new condo in Etobicoke, then there are majorly three different areas that you can consider. One of those areas is Central Etobicoke. This neighborhood is very famous for Centennial Park, Eatonville, Humber Heights, West Deane Park, Markland woods, Princess Anne Manor, and some more. Central Etobicoke has a lot of options in real estate, especially when it comes to condos. The lush greenery all around just adds up in making this place a perfect pick for living in a condo. Lastly, one of the major motivating reasons to invest in a condo in this area that it is quite near to Toronto’s Pearson Airport.

North Etobicoke

If you are looking for a more cheap and affordable condo-buying option, then North Etobicoke would be the best-suited area for you. Another best thing about this area besides being affordable is that it has all the shopping options available for its residents.

Some of the best schools in Canada are in Etobicoke

Apart from beautiful and convenient neighborhoods to buy a condo in Etobicoke, this area also has some of the best schools in the city for your children or young siblings. Some of the most famous schools in this area are-

Easy Transit

Lastly, Etobicoke also has to offer its residents comfortable and easy transit facilities. If you have made up your mind to invest in a condo in Etobicoke, then you should not worry about transportation at all. Various subways, automobiles, buses, and go transit are available for people to commute to different places.

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