Midtown Condos are located in a central business district of Toronto. The area is roughly defined as the area north of Bloor Street and south of Lawrence Avenue. At the centre of Midtown is Yonge and Eglinton. It covers the former towns of North Toronto and Forest Hill. The neighbourhood has four major city centres with “Yonge and Eg” being a prime junction of North Toronto.
You will see many high-rise office buildings here and a large office+mall complex. There are numerous restaurants, cinemas and diverse retail stores in the neighbourhood. The busy Eglinton Subway Station offers easy travel to the residents of Midtown Condos. There is seen a hike in commercial and residential development in the area along with an influx of young professionals who have made Midtown their home.
Midtown Condo residents have a variety of convenient transit options. Go Transit travel terminal located in Yorkdale Shopping Centre is the nearest GO station from the northern areas of Midtown. Oriole GO train and bus station, Union Station train and bus station, and Bloor train station are other GO stations nearby. Yonge St at York Mills Rd bus station offers direct access to the core of downtown Toronto.
The eastern border of the neighbourhood runs along Don Valley Pkwy. Minutes away from Midtown’s northern area is the Ontario 401 Express. South of it lies the Gardiner Expy. Allen Rd also provides residents easy access to Ontario 401 Express.
Midtown Condos are situated just north of downtown Toronto in an area that has all urban amenities, including numerous high-end restaurants, top schools, recreational centres, shopping malls and more. Residents have easy access to Casa Loma museum, Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Ontario Science Centre, Sky Zone Trampoline Park, Gardiner Museum, Rosedale Golf Club and more educational and entertaining centres.
Being away from the hustle bustle of downtown yet minutes away from it, Midtown Condos are perfect for families and working professionals. The condos here have a lower price per square feet than condos of downtown Toronto, but there is seen a steady increase in prices over the last 10 years. The neighbourhood is growing at a slightly slower pace, but has started to get that busy vibe of big cities, especially towards Yonge and Eglinton where many new condo developments are taking place.
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