Location

East Toronto, or "The East End" is a region of the core city of Toronto. Original the most easterly portion of the Old City of Toronto, it is known for it's vibrant culture and neighbourhoods like Greektown, Leslieville, Riverside, and the Beaches.

Stretching from the shores of Lake Ontario, and up to the Danforth, bordering Scarborough to the East, East York to the North, and the Downtown Core of the City to the west, the East End of Toronto is a central and crucial part of the cultural tapestry of Toronto, and a neighbourhood on the rise within the housing market. An attractive area for young families and single professionals looking for a downtown lifestyle with a twist, the East End is facing an exciting few years of development and growth.

Transportation

The East End is bordered to the west by the famous Don Valley Parkway, one of the most travelled highways in the city, nestled within the City's distinctive ravine system. The DVP connects with most of Toronto's major highways like the 401, the 400, and the 404 which tie together and go their separate ways across the GTA, reaching the eastern region of Durham and beyond to communities like Kingston, and Peterborough, further west with Peel Region and Halton, as well as Hamilton and the rest of Southern Ontario, and also up north to Barrie and the "cottage country" of the Muskoka region. No matter how central within Eastern Toronto you live or work, the rest of the province is just a short trip away, with the city sitting right in the middle of the famous Quebec-Windsor Corridor, the most populous area in all of Canada.

Travel throughout the East End is easy thanks to the TTC - a great deal of the Line 2 Bloor-Danforth line travels directly through the East Ends norther half, with stops in Broadview, Chester, Pape and the Donlands as well as Coxwell and Woodbine. The TTC also offers a number of Street Car and bus lines throughout the eastern segment of downtown, like the 501 East which serves the entire breadth of the East End with marked stops in the Riverside District, Leslieville and the Beach.

Residents looking to reduce their carbon footprint and get a little exercise, will be happy to know that the East End has perhaps the most impressive bike path infrastructure in the entire city. Taking advantage of the city's distinctive ravines, bike paths twist throughout the city under a gorgeous canopy of trees. Take one of many paths that run parallel to Bloor Street and the Danforth. Have a break at the Prince Edward Viaduct for a spectacular view of the Don Valley and the skyline of Downtown.

Job opportunity

Toronto is an international centre for business and finance, known the world over for it's stock exchange and international financial institutions. All the largest banks, as well as Bell Media, Rogers, Manulife, and Hudson's Bay all hold headquarters and towering office buildings within or very close to the East End.

As the East End continues to grow, diversify, and densify, so too does it's economy. Rail connections and commuting make working throughout the GTA easy and simple, but countless jobs are springing up as the area becomes more and more attractive to new families and young professionals, looking to build community ties through new restaurants, services, festivals and community spaces. Though sometimes known for a history of unemployment, The East End is changing rapidly, seeing an increase of 2.7% year-by-year for the past decade.

School, parks

Like many regions in Toronto, the East End offers a wide choice of education options for new families, with Toronto District School Board making the largest and most well- known, as well as three other school boards that provide english and french education in both Catholic and secular curriculums.

It's also home to many post-secondary opportunities, and close to some of Toronto's largest educational institutions, like Ryerson University, Glendon Campus of York University, Victoria University and Centennial College.

The East End is perhaps best known for it's many beautiful greenspaces and parks. Woodbine Park in particular, is a destination in itself, with volleyball courts, parks, picnic areas, barbecue sites, a boardwalk and so much more. Other parks like Kew Gardens with it's neighbourhood jaxx festival, Ashbridge's Bay, and the Lower Don River Trail provide much needed escapes from the hustle and bustle of downtown life.

Take a walk through Toronto's distinctive ravine system, and watch the leaves change colour in Glen Steward Ravine, or catch some sun and play with your furry friend (while taking in a breathtaking skyline view) at Cherry Beach and Clarke Beach, Toronto's best dog-friendly beach parks.

Average household income

The median household income in Toronto, is around $65K, this sits somewhat lower than many other areas in Toronto, but can largely be explained by a much higher frequency of single person households within the city. Median incomes are around the national average, somewhere between $44K-$70K, and in the East End, these numbers are expected to rise within the next decade.

Condo/ Housing trend

Much is discussed about the West End of Toronto, but for condo development and densification, nowhere beats the East End. Homes north of Danforth are selling fast, with neighbourhoods like Leslieville, Riverside and Riverdale not far behind.

Sometimes called the last-refuge for affordable homes in downtown Toronto, the East End is a hot spot for condo activity. Tired neighbourhoods, and old industry properties are being repurposed with emphasis on density, and community building. Many of the city's hottest new condos are being build in the east end, with most units being snatched up before the foundations are even laid.

Median prices for homes in the East End fall somewhere in the mid $600K range usually spend no more than 20 days on the market, and demand for condos is increasing every year as the downtown core continues it's meteoric rise and workers look for urban, trendy places to set down roots.

Decades of gentrification have led to beautiful new homes but has not robbed the East End of it's vibrant communities, parks and "beach atmosphere". Now is a fantastic time to look into homes and condos within the East End.

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New Condos In East Toronto

Planning

849 Eglinton East Condos

Pemberton Group
849 Eglinton Avenue East, East York
Planning

26 Cosburn Avenue Condos

KingSett Capital
26 Cosburn Avenue, East York
Coming Soon

QA Condos 2

Context Developments, RioCan
1555 Queen Street East, Toronto
Planning

Hyde Park Leaside Condos

Linway Developments Ltd
943 Eglinton Avenue East, East York
Planning

1837 Bayview Avenue Condos

Gupta Group
1837 Bayview Avenue, East York
Planning

2721 Danforth Avenue Condos

Tri-Metro Investments Inc.
2721 Danforth Avenue, Toronto
Platinum Access

The Lofthouse Condos

Grid Development
794 Gerrard Street East, Toronto
From $849,900 to over $1,369,900
 2022
Planning

21 Broadview Avenue Condos

Streetcar Developments
21 Broadview Avenue, Toronto
Platinum Access

The Frederick Condos

Camrost Felcorp
939 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
 2025
Planning

838 Broadview Avenue Condos

Ossington Homes
838 Broadview Avenue, Toronto
Planning

720 Broadview Avenue Condos

Choice Properties REIT
720 Broadview Avenue, Toronto
Coming Soon

Biblio Condos

Invisible
759 Queen Street East, Toronto
From the $700,000's
Platinum Access

The View Beach Residences

Condoman Developments Inc., Grove Inc.
507 Kingston Road, Toronto
From $868,513 to $3,999,900
 2021
Planning

558 Kingston Road Condos

ARD Development Inc
558 Kingston Road, Toronto
Planning

880 Eastern Avenue Condos

TAS
880 Eastern Avenue, Toronto
 2024
Planning

954 Broadview Avenue Condos

Diamond Kilmer
954 Broadview Avenue, Toronto
Planning

5 Cosburn Avenue Condos

Trolleybus Urban Development, Marlin Spring Developments
5 Cosburn Avenue, East York
Coming Soon

The Grove Condos

Presidential Group
1001 Queen Street East, Toronto
Platinum Access

THEO Condos

Condoman Developments Inc., Grove Inc.
1030 Danforth Avenue, Toronto
From $596,910 to $1,131,520
 2022
Planning

2151 Kingston Road Condos

Altree Developments
2151 Kingston Road, Toronto
Planning

126 Laird Drive Condos

EMBLEM Developments., Core Development Group
126-134 Laird Drive, Toronto
 2024
Platinum Access

Amsterdam Urban Towns

Rise Developments
1455 O'Connor Drive, East York
From $943,990 to over $1,063,990
 2022
Promotional

QA Condos

Context Developments, RioCan
1555 Queen Street East, Toronto
From $663,900 to over $2,129,900
 2024
Planning

6 Dawes Road Condos

Carlyle Communities, Slate Asset Management
6 Dawes Road, Toronto
Planning

Queen & Kingston Condos

Sud Group
1684 Queen Street East, Toronto
Planning

9 Dawes Road Condos

Minto
9 Dawes Road, Toronto
Planning

922 Millwood Road Condos

Hamar Millwood Investments
922 Millwood Road, East York
Platinum Access

Danny Danforth Condos

Gala Developments
2359 Danforth Avenue, Toronto
From the $498,990 to over $879,990
 2023
Sold Out

Sherwood at Huntington

Tridel
Bayview Avenue & Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
 2018
Sold Out

Riverside Square Condos

Streetcar Developments
677 Queen Street East, Toronto
Sold Out

The Southwood Condos

663 Kingston Road, Toronto
Planning

Leslie Mews Townhomes

Atria Development Corporation
395 Leslie Street, Toronto
Sold Out

The Tree House Townhomes

Symmetry Developments
2535 Gerrard Street East, Toronto
 2015
Sold Out

One6Nine Jones

169 Jones Ave, Toronto
Sold Out

Beech House Condos

873-907 Kingston Road, Toronto
Sold Out

Residences at The Hunt Club

Infinity Development Group, Mutual Development Corporation
1350 Kingston Road, Toronto
 2017
Sold Out

The Taylor

Streetcar Developments
1220 Dundas Street East, Toronto
 2016
Platinum Access

Heartwood - The Beach

Fieldgate Homes
1884 Queen Street East, Toronto
From $760,990 to $1,272,990
 2021
Sold Out

875 Queen East

875 Queen Street East, Toronto
Sold Out

Platform Condos

1177 Danforth Avenue, Toronto
Sold Out

The Lanes Condos

Edzar Group
1401 O'Connor Drive, Toronto
Sold Out

Bespoke Towns

Dundas St E & Coxwell Ave in Toronto,
Sold Out

Loft Forty Five

45 Connaught Avenue, Toronto ON M7Y 6V1
 2014
Sold Out

Riverside Square Condos Phase 3

Streetcar Developments
677 Queen Street East, Toronto
Sold Out

WestBeach Condominiums

1630 Queen Street East, Toronto
Platinum Access

George Condos & Towns

Rockport Group, Trolleybus Urban Development
1331 Queen Street East, Toronto
From $839,900 to $1,200,900
 2021
Sold Out

Sunday School Lofts

Grid Development
14 Dewhurst Boulevard, Toronto
Sold Out

East Village Leslieville

Urban Fabric Development Inc., Aykler Developments
1321 Gerrard St E, in Toronto
 2015
Sold Out

The Carlaw Condos

Dundee Realty, Streetcar Developments
345 Carlaw Ave, Toronto
 2014
Sold Out

The Brownstones of Leaside

220 McRae Drive, Toronto
 2018
Planning

Leaside 660 Condos

RioCan
660 Eglinton Avenue East, East York
Sold Out

The Logan Residences

897 Queen Street East, Toronto
Planning

815 Eglinton Avenue East Condos

RioCan
815 Eglinton Avenue East, East York
 2025
Planning

309 Cherry Street Condos

Castlepoint Numa
309 Cherry Street, Toronto
Platinum Access

Upper East Village Condos

Camrost Felcorp, Diamondcorp
939 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
$1,512,900 - $3,069,900
 2022
Planning

1001 Broadview Residences

Verton Development
1001 Broadview Avenue, East York
Promotional

Sugar Wharf Condos

Menkes Developments Ltd.
95 Lake Shore Boulevard East, Toronto
From $739,990 to over $2,009,990
 2022
Platinum Access

Wonder Condos

Graywood Developments Ltd, Alterra
462 Eastern Avenue, Toronto
From $913,900 to over $2,220,900
 2022
Platinum Access

The Poet Condos

Fieldgate Homes
1285 Queen Street East, Toronto
From $959,990 to $1,379,990
 2023
Sold Out

Elevate at Logan Towns

The Daniels Corporation
485 Logan Avenue, Toronto
Planning

968 O'Connor Drive Condos

Camarro Group
968 O'Connor Drive, East York
 2024

The Lookout Condos

511 Kingston Road, Toronto
 2020
Planning

985 Woodbine Avenue Condos

Choice Properties REIT
985 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto
Platinum Access

Nahid on Broadview

Options Development, Nahid Corp
800 Broadview Avenue, Toronto
From $749,000 to $1,801,900
 2023
Platinum Access

The Dawes Condos

Marlin Spring Developments
10-30 Dawes Road, Toronto
$522,990 - $1,253,990
 2025
Platinum Access

Linx Condos

Tribute Communities, Greybrook Realty Partners
286 Main Street, Toronto
 2023
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