Toronto Condo Prices at Major Intersections

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For Torontonians who find the hustle and bustle of the city energizing and equate quaint suburban life to a bore, snatching up a spacious house and yard in the burbs likely isn’t high up on the agenda. A condo apartment conveniently located steps to transit, work and vibrant downtown shopping – now that’s a whole different story.

TheRedPin, a Toronto based full-service brokerage, put the downtown high rise market under the microscope to help condo seekers who take the old real estate truism location, location, location to heart.

The brokerage curated the average price of 1 and 2 bedroom condo apartments situated within a five minute’s walk of 24 prime intersections in the city.

Given that Bay and Yonge streets serve as the city’s spine, the majority of the 24 intersections analyzed cover a tiny bundle of bustling street corners in the core – as well as Yonge & Eglinton and Yonge & St. Clair in midtown Toronto.

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Overall, the average price of a 1 bed condo across the 24 intersection study equated to $433,823, while 2 bed units sold for an average of $740,867. Prices reflect the year-over-year period between August 2015 to August 2016, which represents the span of the study.

Condo prices by Toronto intersection:

Below is the curated list of prices by intersection in Toronto:


Yonge and Eglinton

  1. bedroom: $410,007
  2. bedroom: $647,509

Yonge and St. Clair

  1. bedroom: $459,486
  2. bedroom: $995,182

Yonge and Bloor

  1. bedroom: $453,830
  2. bedroom: $855,788

Bay and Bloor

  1. bedroom: $476,012
  2. bedroom: $1,010,497

Bloor and Avenue

  1. bedroom: $611,327
  2. bedroom: $1,379,140

Yonge and Wellesley

  1. bedroom: $447,749
  2. bedroom: $649,760

Yonge and College

  1. bedroom: $443,064
  2. bedroom: $657,628

Bay and College

  1. bedroom: $456,807
  2. bedroom: $671,941

Yonge and Gerrard

  1. bedroom: $450,357
  2. bedroom: $644,154

Yonge and Dundas

  1. bedroom: $443,282
  2. bedroom: $672,391

Bay and Dundas

  1. bedroom: $450,544
  2. bedroom: $710,587

Dundas and University

  1. bedroom: $400,986
  2. bedroom: $570,053

King and Jarvis

  1. bedroom: $393,799
  2. bedroom: $625,423

Yonge and Queen

  1. bedroom: $371,676
  2. bedroom: $571,558

Bay and Queen

  1. bedroom: $406,950
  2. bedroom: $722,165

Yonge and Adelaide

  1. bedroom: $418,539
  2. bedroom: $656,702

Yonge and King

  1. bedroom: $425,165
  2. bedroom: $676,384

Bay and Adelaide

  1. bedroom: $427,136
  2. bedroom: $792,291

Bay and King

  1. bedroom: $440,619
  2. bedroom: $801,781

Bay and Wellington

  1. bedroom: $434,515
  2. bedroom: $739,231

King and Spadina

  1. bedroom: $407,418
  2. bedroom: $628,843

Richmond and John

  1. bedroom: $424,072
  2. bedroom: $743,990

Front and John

  1. bedroom: $406,494
  2. bedroom: $660,776

York and University

  1. bedroom: $438,066
  2. bedroom: $772,459

Intersection ranking by price

What is the most expensive intersection? See below a ranking of prices for 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom condos.


These insights were provided by TheRedPin, a full service real estate brokerage that carries the largest database of detached, semi-detached, townhouses and condos in Ontario.

* Stats encompasses condos within a five minute walk of each intersection
* There is some overlap of condos between nearby major intersections

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