The majority of Toronto homes for sale in the Bay Street Corridor are condominiums, most having been built in the last 10-15 years. Due to it's convenient location, it's a popular area for young professionals who work downtown, particularly in Toronto's Financial District.
If you’re looking for Toronto condos for sale in or around The Core then this is a great area to consider because the density gives you countless options and the centrality means properties tend to hold their value. It's also steps to amenities, public transit and, for many people who choose to call the Bay St Corridor home, work.
Young professionals who work downtown and crave the conveniences of Toronto condo living, including that coveted short commute.
Why We Love Bay St. Corridor
Here, Convenience is King
The shops and restaurants that have sprung up in this area over the last few decades ensure that you never have to wander more than a few blocks to run errands or grab a bite to eat. The area is also well served by all three TTC options – subway, bus and streetcar.
All Hail the Queen. Queen’s Park That is.
Queen’s Park is a rare, tree-lined gem in the middle of the city’s hustle and bustle. If you live in this area, you’ll no doubt join local residents and office workers who regularly visit the park to eat lunch or read or just for a midday breath of fresh air.
You Can ROM Around The World
The Royal Ontario Museum, located to north-west of this neighbourhood, is the fifth largest museum in North America and has a rare, dual-mandate of both world cultures and natural history. That means you can visit Ancient Egypt and then hang out with a t-rex all under one roof.
The Museum underwent a major transformation with the addition of the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, designed by Daniel Libeskind. Years after opening the new extension, its aesthetics and functionality are still hotly debated amongst Torontonians. Love or hate the architecture, no one can deny the forward momentum created by Renaissance ROM which has spurred a reimagining of the role of the ROM within the community.
The ROM has many unexpected and lively events throughout the year including the popular Friday Night Live when the Museum opens its' doors to late night revelry amongst the dinosaurs.
- 39thLeast expensive out of 105 neighbourhoods in Downtown$708KAverage home value in Bay St. Corridor9.78%Year over year change in values
Historical Average Home Price in Bay St. Corridor