Toronto Condo Prices Relative to Subway Stops

Thinking of investing in a condo in Toronto? Here’s everything you need to know about the price per square foot of a condo in Toronto, relative to the the city’s subway stations. This infographic provides a quick overview of the pricing in Toronto’s condo market, giving you the information you need at a glance.

Investing in a condo in Toronto can be daunting. We came up with this infographic to help people interested in buying a condo in Toronto stay organized and have relevant information about pricing and location at their fingertips.

Generally, the highest price per square foot for a Toronto condo is in the downtown core, with prices going down as you move out of the city. The most expensive subway stations to buy a condo near are Museum Station and Bloor-Yonge stations. The least expensive places to live are at terminal stations like Kipling and Don Mills.

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