Location

Midtown Toronto is often considered the core residential area of Toronto. Just north of downtown, Midtown starts at Bloor Street, and continues north until Lawrence Ave. With the East End, and East York to it's east, York and the West End to it's West, and North York stretching out to it's north, Mid Town is steeped in history and Toronto Culture.

With Lawrence Park, Forest Hill and Rosedale in it's more north and north eastern segments, Midtown is also home to the famous Annex and Yorkville neighbourhoods, often considered the epicentres of the rock and folk music world of Toronto in the 1960s and 70s.

Davisville, Midtown and Deer Park as well as the famous "Yonge & Eg" at the corner of Yonge and Eglinton are hotspots for condo development and increased population density, especially in the last several decades. Affluent, and very green, Midtown is a thriving cultural centre to the city of Toronto and an ideal location for families, professionals, and students alike looking for a nice home or condo right in the thick of it all.

Transportation

Getting around in Midtown by car is easy - streets both major and residential are laid out in a grid format, with beautiful overhanging trees throughout the various midtown neighbourhoods.

It's not hard to get out to the rest of the city and beyond, either. The Allen Road in midtown's north-west corner is an easy access to Toronto's highway network, connecting residents to Highway 401, 404, 400, and many more. There's also the Don Valley Parkway just to Midtown's east, which winds through Toronto's picturesque ravine system and proves t one one of Toronto's main arterial highways. Once travellers hit one of these major routes, access to "cottage country", eastern towns like Kingston and Peterborough, or the Niagara Region are all short drives away.

Travel within the city of Toronto couldn't be more simple. The Two largest Subway Lines, Line 1 Yonge-University, and Line 2 Bloor-Danforth intersect within Midtown, making transportation through the six boroughs of Toronto and beyond a simple, seamless affair. Spadina Station and Yonge/Bloor Station in particular are transportation hubs, as well as community hotspots for both locals and tourism.

Streetcars also run through many of midtown's neighbourhoods, providing necessary links into the downtown core that the subway alone can't reach, and bike lanes crisscross throughout as well, along major streets and threading through the city's famous valleys in the form of picturesque bike and pedestrian paths.

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 Midtown.

Neighbourhoods like the Annex and Yorkville, once a bohemian paradise, have matured into diverse, multi-faceted communities that house and employ a great number of the areas students and artists, as well as restaurateurs, small business owners, non-profits and other organizations. It's proximity to the University of Toronto has made midtown a perennially energetic, youthful place, and the industries that follow those young demographics have continued their presence, from coffee shops, to retail to local bars and hangouts.

This section of Bloor, especially around Yorkville is particularly well known for being one of the most trendy retail spots in the entire GTA, with many prestige boutiques, and clothing department stores having beautiful street-level flagship stores in the area.

Further north, tourism spots like Casa Loma, Wychwood Barnes attract hundreds of tourists a day and provide many jobs to the local residents. Employment is also found in the great number of boutique and high-end hotels as well as a few of Toronto's most prestigious private schools.

School, parks

Like many regions in Toronto, Midtown 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.

Midtown is also home to some of Toronto's most noteworthy private schools.

Institutions like Upper Canada College, The Bishop Strachan School, and De La Salle College Oaklands, to name just a few.

Midtown is very close to the University of Toronto, one of Canada's highest ranked universities, and is just a short commute to many others including York University, Ryerson University, and OCAD.

Parks in Midtown vary in size, but all are beautiful, well curated escapes from the concrete city. Christie Pits in the region's south-westernmost corner is a community bedrock, featuring pools, water features, and baseball diamonds, Christie Pits is the perfect place to spend a hot summer day, and also plays host to a number of cultural events from farmer's markets to outdoor film festivals.

Other parks like Wychwood Barns and Moore Park ravine bring more of that uniquely "Toronto" feel, each featuring beautiful landscapes, sights and walking paths.

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 West End, these numbers are expected to rise within the next decade.

Condo/ Housing trend

Midtown has seen some of the most radical change in all over toronto over the past 50 years. Neighbourhoods have transformed rapidly as progress and urban density have demanded so much from the area. As populations continue to densify, Condos will continue to be the natural choice. We see development strategies from places like Yonge & Eglinton beginning to spread outward, with more high-rise buildings sprouting up in the Annex, and Davisville, among others.

Unused or closed down factories and other lands are being repurposed into thriving community hubs and mixed-used buildings. It's said that within the next twenty years, Toronto will have more high-rise condominium buildings than any other city in the world, and as single professionals continue to prefer downtown and midtown life when compared to more suburban options, it's expected that demand for condos will

continue to rise even after that boom has levelled-off.

Average selling price of pre-construction condos in Toronto is at a healthy high $400K range, meaning that despite all the existing developments, the hunger for new properties is alive and well and now is still an excellent time to invest in the projects throughout Midtown.

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New Condos In Midtown Toronto

Planning

214 Merton Street Condos

KingSett Capital
214 Merton Street, Toronto
Planning

77 Roehampton Avenue Condos

Reserve Properties, Westdale Properties
77 Roehampton Avenue, Toronto
Coming Soon

AKRA Living Condos

Curated Properties
Yonge Street & Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
Planning

133 Erskine Avenue Condos

Greenwin
133 Erskine Avenue, Toronto
Planning

2010 Yonge Street Condos

Sud Group
2010 Yonge Street, Toronto
Planning

289 Balliol Street Condos

Menkes Developments Ltd.
289-299 Balliol Street, Toronto
Planning

2444 Yonge Street Condos

Main + Main Developments, First Capital
2444 Yonge Street, Toronto
Planning

136 Broadway Avenue Condos

Reserve Properties
136 Broadway Avenue, Toronto
Planning

45 Balliol Street Condos

G.R. Feldman Investments Ltd
45 Balliol Street, Toronto
Planning

1910 Yonge Street Condos

Davpart
1910 Yonge Street, Toronto
Planning

50 Merton Street Condos

Diamondcorp
50 Merton Street, Toronto
Planning

586 Eglinton Avenue East Condos

Sanderling Developments
586 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
Planning

2345 Yonge Street Condos

RioCan
2345 Yonge Street, Toronto
Planning

2128 Yonge Street Condos

Reserve Properties
2128 Yonge Street, Toronto
Planning

500 Duplex Avenue Condos

Streamliner Properties Inc.
500 Duplex Avenue, Toronto
Planning

61 Brownlow Avenue Condos

Menkes Developments Ltd.
61 Brownlow Avenue, Toronto
Planning

Lytton Park Executive Towns

Impressions Group
Eglinton Avenue West & Avenue Road, Toronto
Planning

Ranleigh Condo

Impressions Group
Yonge Street & Lawrence Avenue West, Toronto
Planning
Planning

750 Mount Pleasant Road Condos

Bazis Inc.
750 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto
Planning

124 Broadway Avenue Condos

Reserve Properties
124 Broadway Avenue, Toronto
Platinum Access

One Forest Hill

North Drive
1 Forest Hill Road, Toronto
From $3,950,000 to $6,900,000
 2021
Planning

Lawrence Park Condos

NYX Capital
3180 Yonge Street, Toronto
Planning

Canada Square Redevelopment

Oxford Properties
2180 Yonge Street, Toronto
Planning

2908 Yonge Street Condos

Latch Developments, First Avenue Properties
2908 Yonge Street, Toronto
Coming Soon

The Davisville

Rockport Group
8 Manor Road West, Toronto
From $689,900 to over $1,862,900
 2024
Platinum Access

The Capitol Residences

Madison Group, Westdale Properties
2500 Yonge Street, Toronto
From $1,219,900 to over $4,199,900
 2025
Planning

41 Chatsworth Drive Condos

Times Group
41 Chatsworth Drive, Toronto
Planning

25 Imperial Street Condos

Plaza Corp., Dream
25 Imperial Street, Toronto
Platinum Access

Savile on the Roe

Tiffany Park Homes, Block Developments
413 Roehampton Avenue, Toronto
From $1,199,000 to $3,199,000
 2023
Planning

109 Erskine Avenue Condos

Curated Properties
109 Erskine Avenue, Toronto
 2020
Planning

2674 Yonge Street Condos

Triage Development Corp.
2674 Yonge Street, Toronto
Planning

155 Balliol Street Condos

Amelin Property Management
155 Balliol Street, Toronto
Platinum Access

South Forest Hill Residences

Parallax Investment Corporation, Westdale Properties
89 Montclair Avenue, Toronto
$700's - $3.4M's
 2026
Planning

241 Redpath Avenue Condos

MOD Developments Inc.
241 Redpath Avenue, Toronto
Planning

126 Laird Drive Condos

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

Leaside Common

Gairloch, Harlo Capital
1720 Bayview Avenue, Toronto
$898,900 - $1,804,900
 2025
Platinum Access

Keewatin Towns

Freed Developments, Trolleybus Urban Development
214 Keewatin Avenue, Toronto
From $1,099,900 to over $3,059,900
 2023
Assignment

Art Shoppe Condos Assignment (1 Bed + Media)

Freed Developments
2131 Yonge Street, Toronto
 2020
Platinum Access

1414 Bayview

Gairloch
1414 Bayview Avenue, Toronto
From $1,149,500 to $4,250,000
 2023
Planning

36 Eglinton Avenue West Condos

Lifetime Developments
36 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto
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Untitled Toronto

Reserve Properties, Westdale Properties
110 Broadway Avenue, Toronto
From the low $400,000'a
 2023
Planning

24 Imperial Street Condos

Wakefield Realty Corporation
24 Imperial Street, Toronto
Platinum Access

The Forest Hill Condos

CentreCourt Developments
859 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto
From the mid $600's
 2023
Planning

44 Broadway Avenue Condos

Collecdev
44 Broadway Avenue, Toronto
Platinum Access

Sixty-Five Broadway Condos

Times Group
65 Broadway Avenue, Toronto
From $697,900 to over $1,272,900
 2024
Sold Out

Minto Yorkville Park

88 Cumberland St, Toronto
Sold Out

Sherwood at Huntington

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

Zigg Condos

Madison Group, Fieldgate Homes
223 St Clair Avenue West , Toronto
 2017
Sold Out

Blue Diamond at Imperial Village

Camrost Felcorp
129 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
 2017
Sold Out

The Homes of St. Clair West

Urbancorp
836 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
 2017
Sold Out

Distinction Condos

11 Lillian Street, Toronto
Planning

1 Eglinton Avenue East Condos

Davpart
1 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
Planning

90 Eglinton Avenue West Condos

Madison Group
90 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto
Sold Out

The Jack Condos

Aspen Ridge Homes
1331 Yonge St, Toronto
 2020
Planning

55 Eglinton Avenue East Condos

State Building Group
55 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
Sold Out

Sherwood Park Modern Towns

Freed Developments
Eglinton Avenue East & Mount Pleasant Road , Toronto
 2017
Sold Out

Citylights on Broadway Condos

Pemberton Group
99 Broadway Avenue, Toronto
Sold Out

150 Redpath Condos

Freed Developments
150 Redpath Avenue, Toronto
Sold Out

1 Yorkville Condos

Bazis Inc., Plaza Corp.
1 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto
 2018
Sold Out

Whitehaus Condos

Lifetime Developments
2360 Yonge Street, Toronto
From $591,900 to over $911,900
 2021
Sold Out

J. Davis House Condos

Monarch
1955 Yonge Street, Toronto
 2018
Planning

346 Eglinton Avenue West Condos

Terranata Developments
346 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto
Sold Out

E Condos: Yonge and Eglinton

Bazis Inc., Metropia Inc, RioCan
8 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto
 2017
Sold Out

2221 Yonge Condos

2221 Yonge St, Toronto
 2017
Planning

Bayview & Hillsdale

The Brown Group of Companies
1680 Bayview Avenue, Toronto
Sold Out

155 Redpath Condos

Freed Developments
155 Redpath Avenue, Toronto
 2017
Sold Out

101 Erskine

Beaux Properties, Tridel
101 Erskine Ave, Toronto
 2016
Sold Out

The Madison at Yonge and Eglinton

97 Eglinton Ave E, Toronto
 2015
Sold Out

Art Shoppe Lofts + Condos

Freed Developments
2131 Yonge Street, Toronto
 2019
Sold Out

Minto 30 Roe Condos

Roehampton Ave, Toronto
 2015
Sold Out

Yorkville Plaza Condos

21 Avenue Road, Toronto
 2014
Platinum Access

250 Lawrence Condos

Graywood Developments Ltd
250 Lawrence Avenue West, Toronto
From $845,900 to over $2,859,900
 2023
Sold Out

Exhibit Residences

Bazis Inc., Metropia Inc, Plaza Corp.
200 Bloor St W, Toronto
 2015

Canterbury Lawrence Park

2130 Bayview Ave, Toronto
 2014
Sold Out

Plaza Midtown Condos

Plaza Corp.
25 Holly Street, Midtown Toronto
 2021
Coming Soon

The Millwood Condos

Times Group
1951 Yonge Street, Toronto
Sold Out

Four Seasons Toronto

Lifetime Developments, Menkes Developments Ltd.
60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto
 2012
Platinum Access

Y&S Condos

Tribute Communities
20 Soudan Avenue, Toronto
From $569,990 to over $1,639,990
 2023
Planning

Yonge + Roselawn

Main + Main Developments
2440 Yonge Street, Toronto
 2022
Platinum Access

E2 Condos

Metropia Inc, Capital Developments, RioCan
41 Roehampton Avenue, Toronto
From $1,085,990 to over $1,475,990
 2022
Planning

50 Eglinton Avenue West Condos

Madison Group
50 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
Planning

808 Mount Pleasant Road Condos

Streetwise Capital Partners
808 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto
Planning

150 Eglinton East Condos

Madison Group
150 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
Platinum Access

The Winslow Condos

Devron Developments
2781 Yonge Street, Toronto
From $1,691,000 to $5,970,000
 2022
Platinum Access

UOVO Boutique Residences

The Sher Corporation
2114 Yonge Street, Toronto
From $939,900 to over $3,278,900
 2022
Planning

90 Eglinton East Condos

Madison Group
90 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
Sold Out

The Cardiff Condos

492 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
 2020
Planning

276 Merton Street Condos

Rockport Group
276 Merton Street, Toronto
Planning

733 Mount Pleasant Condos

Rockport Group
733 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto
Platinum Access

Forest Hill Private Residences

Altree Developments
2 Forest Hill Road, Toronto
From $2,150,900 to $3,269,900
 2023
New Release

Line 5 South Condos

Reserve Properties, Westdale Properties
117 Broadway Avenue, Toronto
 2023
Planning

2577 Yonge Street Condos

Pyxis
2577 Yonge Street, Toronto
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