Regent Park, home to one of the largest and most successful neighbourhood revitalizations in Canada's history, is known for it's well-priced, well-situated and well-designed condos. It's an increasingly popular choice amongst first-time buyers and young professionals who don't mind living in a 'hood that's still under construction in order to be minutes to downtown in a stylish unit.
This area also makes a great rental investment–buy now, rent for the next five to ten years and sell once the community has been completely re-built. Get in while prices are affordable; Toronto condos for rent in Regent Park are becoming a fast-favourite amongst investors.
One Park Place is a great option along with The Paintbox condos on Sackville which borders the vibrant neighbourhood of Cabbagetown. Regent Park is also home to the Evening Telegram Lofts, an authentic hard Toronto loft space that’s much in-demand both for its character appeal and great, cost per square footage values. It’s also a dual work/live space.
Young professionals looking for condos for sale in Toronto close to the downtown core in a rapidly changing neighbourhood.
Why We Love Regent Park
It’s Primed for Change
If the revitalization of Regent Park achieves what it promises and, as a city, we’re able to shake off old stigmas and look to the future, Regent Park is primed to become one of Toronto's most popular condo communities.
Why? Not only is it considered one of the best neighbourhood revitalizations in Canada's history, resulting in a truly sustainable, liveable community, it's location is hard to beat. It's a rare, affordable pocket nestled near two of Toronto’s most popular (read: increasingly expensive) neighbourhoods for singles and young couples – Corktown and Riverside - and it's just minutes to the core.
- 2ndLeast expensive out of 21 neighbourhoods in Downtown$580KAverage home value in Regent Park19.00%Year over year change in values
Historical Average Home Price in Regent Park