Location

The West End of Toronto is one of the city's most vibrant, popular regions. Bounded by Bathurst Street to the East, St. Clair Avenue to the North, the Humber River and Etobicoke to the West, and Lake Ontario to the South, the West End is has undergone explosive growth, gentrification and is quickly becoming one of the best places in the city to live.

Known for it's vibrant communities, diversity and history, West Toronto is home to some of the most recognizable landmarks, and neighbourhoods in the city. Home to Little Italy, Koreatown, Roncesvalles Village, and High Park, the West End is home to a wide spread of people from all walks of life.

In the south-east corner of the West End is Liberty Village, a newly redeveloped neighbourhood of high density condos. Young professionals, new families and all sorts have made this formerly run-down area spring to life, bringing their unique perspectives and cultures and making it one of Torontos most up-and-coming areas. North of High Park, the Junction is another flourishing community, bursting with opportunity, new homes and young families looking for a small-town feel right in the urban centre of the city.

Transportation

One of the easiest ways to get around in the West End is through Toronto's robust, world class TTC Transit commission. The Line 2 Bloor-Danforth line cuts directly through the centre of the West End, with stops all along from Bathurst Station, to Christie, Duffering, Keele and many more. Connections to the north-south is simple too, with Torontos large number of idyllic and historic streetcar network. Take the subway as far east or west as you need, then take one of over 4 main streetcar routes on a leisurely and picturesque journey to the waterfront or up north to St. Clair.

Bus Routes also wind back and forth throughout the areas grid-like streets, making connections and transportation easy and reliable all across the city.

By car, the West End opens up even more, with East-West transit across the entire city by way of major streets like Bloor, Dundas, and Queen. Take Dufferin, Jane or Bathurst to and from the west end by way of the highway system in North York, just minutes away. Connections to the 401, 400, 404 and many more are simple, especially by taking

the Allen road from Eglington. From there, the entire province is at your doorstep, with just hourlong drives to cottage country, the eastern communities like Peterborough, and southern areas like the Hamilton Region and Kitchener Guelph.

The West End is also known for it's accommodation of greener methods of transportation. Bike lanes have been under construction along many of the area's highest traffic streets, allowing for more easy, lower carbon-footprint travel across the city - just watch out for parked cars opening their doors!

Job opportunity

The West End is a vibrant economy with countless opportunities for workers. It's a prime spot for commuters who work further downtown, since trips into work an take less than fifteen minutes, even on the subway and streetcars. You can't turn a corner in the west end without coming across a neighbourhood bar, restaurant, or community amenities, all of which provide much needed work for the student population that calls the West End Home, and contributes to the pervasive feeling that the West End isn't really a city at all, but a series of small towns all bunched together. 85% of of the city's residents work in service-producing industries.

Unemployment is expected to fall within the next decade, and employment is expected to diversify and strengthen as communities become more dense, and more multicultural.

School, parks

Like many regions in Toronto, the West 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.

The West End is also possibly the most convenient location in the entire GTA for it's access to post-Secondary Education. The West End's most eastern border is only a five minute walk from the University of Toronto, and is the home to many of it's students. Other Toronto institutions are just short, easy commutes away, with York University, OCAD, Ryerson, Humber, and many others being conveniently located along major transit routes.

The West end is home to one of Toronto's most impressive parks - High Park, which sits

in the area's south-west corner, starts at the short of Lake Ontario and pushes an impressive 2 km north to Bloor St. and spans 161 hectares. Built in 1876, High Park is known for it's beautiful Grenadier Pond, Jamie Bell Adventure Playground and countless curated gardens and arboretums, and is a staple of the Toronto experience, and a popular place to visit from spring to fall. Walk your dog along High Park's well used off- leash trail, take a bike ride during cherry blossom season, or take the kids to High Park zoo, known for it's Barbary Sheep, Capybaras, Emus, and Llamas. The park is also home to many sports fields, a pool, tennis courts, and playgrounds. Also noteworthy is "Shakespeare in High Park", a popular festival running selected Shakespearean plays in the park's amphitheatre just next to Grenadier Cafe.

But that's not all, the West End of Toronto is celebrated for it's many parks and green spaces.
Trillium Park, Dufferin Grove, Budapest Park, and many more are nestled within the city's famous ravine system, and prove exciting destinations and escapes from the noise of the city.

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

The west end has seen a drastic change over the past few decades, enjoying the benefits and pitfalls of gentrification. The built-in dynamism of a strong young demographic keeps the area vibrant throughout, and helps strengthen the demand for higher density housing options. As such, condos are constantly breaking ground and rising above the idyllic canopied residential streets. Liberty Village has had an explosive rise from the 2000s into the 2010s, and now we see similar developments rising in other places like the massive new project at the old site of Honest Ed's and Mirvish Village.

It's projected that very soon Toronto will have the most high-rise condos in the world, and young professionals continue to find the downtown core and West End an attractive spot for starting a family and making a home. Toronto's growth continues it's upward trend, and so will Toronto's most vibrant region.

Condo prices in the West End sit healthily in the high $400K range, and continue to grow by about 10% every year. With all the development, culture, and community within the West End, now is the perfect time to look into a home in this iconic Toronto area.

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New Condos In West Toronto

Planning

77 Union Street Condos

H&R Reit
77 Union Street, Toronto
Coming Soon

Earlscourt Condos

Format Group
1478 Saint Clair Avenue West, Toronto
Planning

9 Oxford Drive Condos

Trolleybus Urban Development
9 Oxford Drive, Toronto
Planning

2002 Lake Shore West Condos

Marlin Spring Developments
2002 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Toronto
Coming Soon

Daniels FirstHome Keelesdale 3

The Daniels Corporation
2175 Keele Street, York
High $500's
Planning

836 Roselawn Avenue Condos

Capitol Management Corp
836 Roselawn Avenue, York
Planning

1141 Roselawn Avenue Condos

NJS Capital
1141 Roselawn Avenue, Toronto
Planning

2451 Dufferin Street Condos

Republic Developments
2451 Dufferin Street, York
Planning

2 Union Street Condos

2 Union Street, Toronto
Planning

40 Raglan Avenue Condos

Hazelview Investments
40 Raglan Avenue, York
Planning

175 Eileen Avenue Towns

TFC Developments
175 Eileen Avenue, York
Planning

Weston Park Development

Castlepoint Numa
1871 Weston Road, York
Planning

5 Raglan Avenue Condos

The Goldman Group
5 Raglan Avenue, York

2402 Dufferin Street Condos

Lindvest
2402 Dufferin Street, York
Planning

Starklands

200 Benny Stark Street, Toronto
Planning

645 Northcliffe Boulevard Condos

Stanford Homes
645 Northcliffe Boulevard, York
Planning

1467 Bathurst Street Condos

KingSett Capital
1467 Bathurst Street, York
Coming Soon

The Towns of Lambton Mills

TFC Developments
St Clair Ave W & Scarlett Road, Toronto
Planning

2255 St Clair West Condos

Marlin Spring Developments
2255 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
Coming Soon

Westbend Residences

Mattamy Homes
1660 Bloor Street West, Toronto
From the $600,000's
Planning

189 Old Weston Road Condos

Limen Development
189 Old Weston Road, York
Planning

Hickory Tree Tower

A1 Developments
1746 Weston Road, York
Planning

1799 St Clair West Condos

Sequoia Grove Homes
1799 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
Planning

Grain Loft Condos

Gairloch
1650 Dupont Street, Toronto
Coming Soon

101 Raglan Avenue Condos

Camrost Felcorp
91 Raglan Avenue, York
Planning

43 Junction Road Condos

Diamondcorp
43 Junction Road, Toronto
Planning

15 Hollis Street Condos

Gairloch
15 Hollis Street, York
Platinum Access

Groove Condos

Block Developments
133 Vaughan Road, York
Mid $600's - Mid $1.1M
 2024
Platinum Access

Junction Square Condos

Block Developments
410 Keele Street, Toronto
From the mid $600's to over $1.2M
 2024
Planning

St Clair Gardens Condos

Altree Developments, Distrikt Developments
1500 Saint Clair Avenue West, Toronto
Planning

6 Noble Street Condos

Minto
6 Noble Street, Toronto
Planning

290 Old Weston Road Condos

i2 Developments Inc.
290 Old Weston Road, Toronto
Planning

Eileen Townhouses

TFC Developments
185 Eileen Avenue, York
Planning

2 Howard Park Avenue Condos

Lamb Development Corp
2 Howard Park Avenue, Toronto
Planning

6 Howard Park Avenue Condos

Lamb Development Corp
6 Howard Park Avenue, Toronto
Coming Soon

65 Raglan Avenue Condos

Camrost Felcorp, Trolleybus Urban Development
65 Raglan Avenue, York
Platinum Access

Winona Park Towns

Diamond Realty Developers
468 Winona Drive, York
From $1,500,000 to over $1,900,000
Planning

1812 Eglinton Avenue West Condos

DMJ Eglinton Development Corporation
1812 Eglinton Avenue West, York
Planning

1488 Queen West Condos

NJS Capital
1488 Queen Street West, Toronto
Platinum Access

Daniels FirstHome Keelesdale 2

The Daniels Corporation, Diamondcorp, Kilmer Group
2175 Keele Street, North York
From $466,900 to over $904,900
 2023
Coming Soon

The Jackson Towns

The Daniels Corporation, Diamondcorp, Kilmer Group
2175 Keele Street, York
From $1,089,900 to over $1,144,900
 2022
Planning

150 Bronoco Avenue

i2 Developments Inc.
150 Bronoco Avenue, York
Planning

Westside Mall Condos

SmartREIT
2400 Eglinton Avenue West, York
Platinum Access

The Dupont

Tridel
840 Dupont Street, Toronto
 2025
Planning

2 Temple Avenue Condos

Curated Properties
2 Temple Avenue, Toronto
Planning

Junction Triangle Condos

Trolleybus Urban Development, Marlin Spring Developments
316 Campbell Avenue, Toronto
Coming Soon

Lambton Towns

Dunpar Homes
2650 Saint Clair Avenue West, York
Planning

1354 Queen Street West Condos

KingSett Capital
1354 Queen Street West, Toronto
Planning

1801 Eglinton Avenue West Condos

KingSett Capital
1801 Eglinton Avenue West, York
New Release

Galleria III Condos

Elad Canada
1245 Dupont Street, Toronto
From $634,900 to over $1,414,900
 2025
Coming Soon

St. Clair Village Phase 2

Frontdoor Developments
177 Caledonia Road, Toronto
From the mid $1.3M to high $1.5M
 2021
Planning

32 Raglan Avenue Condos

Madison Group
32 Raglan Avenue, York
Sold Out

Sanctuary Lofts

1183 Dufferin Street, Toronto
 2020
Platinum Access

XO2 Condos

Lifetime Developments
1182 King Street West, Toronto
From $573,900 to over $1,108,900
Platinum Access

Junction Point

Gairloch
2625 Dundas Street West, Toronto
From $848,800 to over $1,798,800
 2023
Planning

8 Locust Street Condos

Fengate
8 Locust Street, York
Planning

1860 Keele Street Condos

Trolleybus Urban Development, Block Developments
1860 Keele Street, York
Platinum Access

The Rhodes

Blackdoor Development Company
2010 Bathurst Street, York
 2024
Platinum Access

Craft Residences

Gairloch
3200 Dundas Street West, Toronto
High $600's - $1.3M
 2025
Planning

1821 Weston Road Condos

BSäR Group of Companies
1821 Weston Road, York
Planning

2231 St Clair Avenue West Condos

Greybrook Realty Partners, Marlin Spring Developments
2231 Saint Clair Avenue West, Toronto
Platinum Access

Daniels FirstHome Keelesdale

The Daniels Corporation, Diamondcorp, Kilmer Group
2175 Keele Street, York
From $529,900 to over $720,900
 2022
Planning

888 Dupont Street Condos

TAS
888 Dupont Street, Toronto
 2024
Planning

1745 St Clair Avenue West Condos

1745 Saint Clair Avenue West, Toronto
Coming Soon

The Howard High Park Condos

Hub Harcroft Developments Ltd.
19 Harcroft Road, Toronto
 2024
Planning

1956 Weston Road Condos

1956 Weston Road, York
Platinum Access

The Humber Condos

Options for Homes
10 Wilby Crescent, York
From $652,900 to over $813,900
 2023
Platinum Access

8 Haus Boutique Condos

Royalpark Homes
2433 Dufferin Street, York
From the high $600,000's
 2022
10% DOWN UNTIL OCCUPANCY
Promotional

Mirabella Condos

Diamante Development Corporation
1926 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Toronto
From $680,000 to over $1,710,000
 2022
Sold Out

The Roncy Condos

422 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto
Sold Out

Heritage Towns in Davenport Village

940 Lansdowne Avenue, Toronto
 2016
Sold Out

Enigma On The Park

Aragon Properties Ltd
138 St Helens Ave, Toronto
 2016
Sold Out

W Towns

First Avenue Properties
2059 Weston Road, Toronto
Sold Out

Picnic Condos

North Drive
2114 Bloor Street West, Toronto
Planning

Ravine Towns

TAS, Main + Main Developments
Dundas Street West & Jane Street, Toronto
From the $400,000's
Sold Out

35 Wabash Towns

Zinc Developments
35 Wabash Avenue, Toronto
 2017
Planning

Mount Dennis Townhomes

Haven Development
955 Weston Road, York
Sold Out

TEN93 Queen West Condos

1093 Queen Street West, Toronto
 2016
Sold Out

Briar Hill City Towns

Madison Group
Briar Hill Avenue & Dufferin Street In Toronto,
 2018
Planning

155 Wychwood Avenue Condos

Sinocoin Capital
155 Wychwood Avenue, Toronto
Sold Out

Empire Midtown

Empire Communities
1603 Eglinton Avenue West, York
Sold Out

Garrison Point

Diamondcorp, Cityzen Development Group, Fernbrook Homes
30 Ordnance St in Toronto,
 2020
Sold Out

Howard Park 2

Dundas Street West & Howard Park Avenue, Toronto
 2016
Sold Out

TWENTY by Streetcar

Streetcar Developments
20 Gladstone Avenue, Toronto
 2016
Sold Out

383 Sorauren Condos

Gairloch, Centrestone Urban Developments Inc.
383 Sorauren Avenue, Toronto
 2015
Sold Out

HighPark Condominiums

The Daniels Corporation
1844 Bloor St W, Toronto
 2015
5% DOWN BEFORE OCCUPANCY
Promotional

260 High Park

Medallion Developments
260 High Park Avenue, Toronto
From $1,099,900 to $4,629,900
Platinum Access

908 St Clair West Condos

Canderel Residential, KingSett Capital
908 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
From the high $500,000's to over $1.4M
 2025
Sold Out

SCOOP Condos

1791 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
 2019
Sold Out

The High Park Condos

North Drive
1990 Bloor Street West, Toronto
 2015
Sold Out

109OZ Condos

109 Ossington Ave, Toronto
 2015
Sold Out

Origami Lofts

202 Bathurst St, Toronto
 2014
Sold Out

NERO condos+lofthouses

856 Dundas St West, Toronto
 2015
Sold Out

Howard Park: Residences In Roncesvalles Village

60 Howard Park Ave, Toronto
 2015
Platinum Access

Bijou On Bloor Condos

Plaza Corp.
2452 Bloor Street West, York
From $725,000 to over $2,825,000
 2025
Planning

3385 Dundas Street West Condos

Terra Firma Homes
3385 Dundas Street West, York

Q Loft

1205 Queen St West, Toronto
 2014

The Address at High Park Condos

Bloor St W & Indian Rd, Toronto
 2013
Platinum Access

Southport in Swansea Condos

State Building Group
34 Southport Street, Toronto
Low $700's - Low $1M's
Sold Out

DNA 3

1030 King St West, Toronto
 2014

87 Ethel Avenue Condos

Ikore Developments
87 Ethel Avenue, Toronto
Promotional

Stockyards District Condos

Marlin Spring Developments
2306 Saint Clair Avenue West, Toronto
From $559,990 to $1,535,990
 2022
Coming Soon

Motto Condos

Sierra Building Group
990 Bloor Street West, Toronto
From the $500's
 2025
Planning

1978 Lake Shore Condos

Marlin Spring Developments
1978 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Toronto
Platinum Access

Eight Forty Condos

Worsley Urban
840 Saint Clair Avenue West, Toronto
From $799,990 to over $1,899,900
 2022
Planning

Dundas & Bloor

Choice Properties REIT
2280 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Platinum Access

57 Brock Condos

Block Developments
57 Brock Avenue, Toronto
From $729,900 to over $1,519,900
 2022
Promotional

Scout Condos

Graywood Developments Ltd
1791 Saint Clair Avenue West, Toronto
From $648,000 to $1,158,000
 2022
Platinum Access

Junction House Condos

Slate Asset Management, Globizen Developments
2720 Dundas Street West, Toronto
From $848,800 to over $1,924,800
 2022
Planning

Residences on St. Clair West

Carlyle Communities
6 Lloyd Avenue, Toronto
 2024
Coming Soon

Castlefield Design District Condos

Oldstonehenge
2116 Eglinton Avenue West, York
Planning

V6 at 1630 Bloor Street West

Oldstonehenge
1630 Bloor Street West, Toronto
Sold Out

XO Condos

Lifetime Developments, Pinedale Properties
1221 King Street West, Toronto
From $987,900 to over $1,632,900
 2022
Platinum Access

Reunion Crossing

Diamond Kilmer
1808 Saint Clair Avenue West, Toronto
From $829,900 to $961,900
 2022
Sold Out

Galleria on the Park

Elad Canada
1245 Dupont Street, Toronto
 2023
Platinum Access

St. Clair Village Condos

Canderel Residential
900 Saint Clair Avenue West, York
From $949,900 to over $2,499,900
 2022
Planning

The Charlton Residences

Oldstonehenge
1695 Weston Road, York
 2022
Planning

Davenport Village Lofts

Lithos Group
1836 Davenport Road, Toronto
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