Mapping Average Toronto Real Estate Prices By Subway Station

Annex / South Annex / Seaton Village, College Street / Little Italy, Corso Italia / Davenport, Dufferin Grove / Bloorcourt Village, High Park North / The Junction, Junction / High Park / Bloor West / Swansea, King West / Niagara / Liberty Village, Leslieville/Riverside, Little Portugal, Midtown, Queen West, Riverdale / Playter Estates, Roncesvalles Village, St. Lawrence Market, Swansea / High Park / Bloor West Village, The Danforth, Wallace/Emerson & Brockton Village, Wychwood / Humewood - Cedarvale, Yorkville / Summerhill / Rosedale

Toronto is an expensive city, especially when it comes to real estate. For many, buying property is prohibitively costly, given the average price of a detached house is now just over $1 million.

A recent article in BlogTO features a map created by Skyview Suites that charts the average sale prices of homes (and their equivalent condos, or units with three-plus bedrooms) from June 2015 to June 2016.

Take a look below, or view a high-res version here.


*Courtesy of SkyViewSuites

Some stops are in areas that don't have enough data to necessitate an average price, like St. Patrick. You'll notice expected trends, like prices rising near Summerhill and Rosedale, but also that prices drop as you head further east, as we discussed in a blog called Why Toronto's East Side Has Historically Been Cheaper.

Remember, with prices still escalating – and representing a range of housing in varying size and condition – this map is better used as a guide, rather than fact. But what it does certainly indicate is that the downtown core is EXPENSIVE!

Speaking of transit, we wrote a popular blog about how Torontonians covet being near public transit, and the effect of that desire on real estate: The Value Of Public Transit In Toronto.



Would you like to live near public transit?

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