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A Review of East End Toronto Condos

Quick facts about East End Toronto Condos in The Beaches, Leslieville, Riverdale and  Danforth Village

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When most people think about Toronto Condos, they picture a highrise downtown. But that's changing. Developers are building more East End Toronto condos than ever before - and we expect that trend to continue.

What makes East End Toronto Condos Unique?

Land is cheaper in the East End than downtown, so the developers can build smaller buildings, sell them at a reasonable price, and still make a profit. That's why the East End offers more low-rise buildings, 4 to 8 stories high, as opposed to the downtown Toronto condo skyscrapers.

You'll find more 'community' and less isolation with East End Toronto Condos. You still get the freedom of locking the door and walking away that a condo offers, but without the indifference of the big Downtown Toronto Condos. If you're just getting started, these articles will help you understand what to look for and what to avoid when you're buying East End Toronto Condos.

Toronto Condos in The Beach

Toronto Condos, Beaches condos, 601 Kingston Road, North Beach CondosMost of the condos in The Beach are centered around Queen Street East, from Coxwell to Victoria Park, although we're seeing a condo building surge along Kingston Road as well. These easst end toronto condos are typically low, or mid-rise, meaning from 3 to 8 stories high and there's a good number of 'boutique' condos with only 5 to 10 units in the entire building. Don't overlook good buys in older co-op buildings and TICCO's.


Toronto Condos in Leslieville

Toronto Condos, Leslieville Condos, Wrigley Lofts, 245 CarlawLeslieville condos are springing up all along Queen Street from The Don Valley to Coxwell. There are some great loft conversions (hard lofts) both at Queen and Broadview and at Carlaw and Dundas, and plenty of new development right along the Don River, know as West Don Lands.

Read reviews of all the best Leslieville Condos.


Toronto Condos in Riverdale

Toronto Condos, Riverdale condos, Minto Skyy, 1048 BroadviewWhat it lacks in quantity it makes up for in quality! No, there just arent' a lot of Riverdale condos (yet!) but the 'new' Minto Skyy is one of the 'greenest' of all the Toronto condos and The Glebe is one of the most interesting Church/Loft conversions I've ever seen.

Read reviews of all the Riverdale Condos.


Toronto Condos in Danforth Village, Danforth Mosaic and Danforth East

Toronto Condos, Danforth Condos, Carmelina Condos, 2055 Danforth AvenueThe Danforth hasn't really taken off with condo sales, but Carmelina Condos could change all that. I just hope they do a great job building it. There's certainly enough demand for Toronto Condos anywhere there's a subway line.

Read reviews of the best Danforth Condos.

And if you're buying your first Toronto Home / Toronto Condo ,  download our FREE First Time Buyers Guide.


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