Mid Town Toronto Condos for Sale
Mid-town Toronto condos for sale are reflective of this growing and diverse community. There is an often a debate as to its location and boundaries.
One tends to look at it as anything above Summerhill and south of Lawrence (north and south) and Avenue Road to Bayview (east and west). It encompasses many smaller neighbourhoods (like Yonge and St Clair, Yonge and Eglinton, Davisville Village, Mt Pleasant Village as examples). Mid-town encompasses many types of residences – from Luxury homes, to condos, to rental units.
Midtown Toronto condos for sale reflect to need for many to have a retreat from the hustle and bustle of downtown but wanting to have access to the amenities when needed. There area has easy access to downtown Toronto via transit options, driving and even walking. Mid-Tone condos for sale range in price from a starter condo under 400K to upwards of 3 million for that million dollar view of the city. Something for everyone.
There is a great walking and biking trail along what is know at the Kay Gardner Belt-Line. It is a 5-6 Km former rail corridor that runs from Mt Pleasant Avenue on the east to the Allen Freeway on the West. On the eastern end it connects with the roadways of the Mt Pleasant Cemetery to create walkways to Bayview Avenue. This area is used year around by walks, bikers and dog enthusiasts alike.
This area of Midtown Toronto condos for sale has several features of note. There are 2 community centres in mid-town: one just east of Yonge and Eglinton and one 3 blocks west on Eglinton. The latter has an indoor and outdoor skating/hockey rink and an indoor pool for community use. Green space and play fields are also of feature of this gem of the area. One other park of note is the June Rowland Park and Sharon Lois and Bram Playground. This amazing community park host play fields, tennis courts, splash pad, musical garden and newly update playground areas. In summer, the south end of the park is transformed into a weekly farmer’s market with local vendors and community members sharing their wares. The happening place year around.
These are but a few of the highlights of Mid-town. It feels like a small community within the largest city in Canada. Centrally located with lots of family owned business, restaurants and service industries, Mid-town has almost all one would need. As well there is close proximity to movie theatres, bars and entertainment venues.