Where the most (and least) expensive condo areas are along the subway

Tuesday Jun 6th, 2017


WHERE THE MOST (& LEAST) EXPENSIVE CONDO AREAS ARE ALONG THE SUBWAY Tess Kalinowski, Toronto Star Image courtesty of: Andrew Francis Wallace/Toronto Star File Photo Want a condo but don't want to compromise on TTC access? Consider something in the Danforth area where the price per square foot is substantially lower than buildings on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway. If you're looking for luxury, get off at Museum where condos in the vicinity average $1,029 per square... [read more]


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