Toronto West End is seeing the explosive condo growth. The neighbourhoods of the West End are some of the most diverse in the city, owing to its significant immigrant population and also to the gentrification of former industrial areas and formerly run-down neighbourhoods. The West End of Toronto is bounded roughly by Bathurst St to the east, St Clair Avenue to the north, the Humber River to the west and Lake Ontario to the south. The West End of Toronto is in the middle of a renaissance of sorts. There are 14 Toronto neighbourhoods such as Roncesvalles, Parkdale, Liberty Village, Swansea, Brockton Village, Bloor West Village, Junction Triangle, West Junction and Highpark etc. Parkdale, Bloor West, Junction and Roncy have seen amazing growth and revitalization.
There is a much-relaxed feel about the West End, making it a popular destination for many. The average price per square feet is around $700 and steadily increasing with over 129 condo building with 59 new construction projects in planning or under construction.
The West End is served by Bloor-Danforth subway line and Street Cars, Dundas West station is a major transit hub for the area, providing connections to streetcar lines, buses, and GO Transit commuter trains at the Bloor GO station. Streetcars run across much of the West End, making it easy to get around. Streetcar 501 serve Queen route, 504 serve King route, 505 serve Dundas route, 506 College route and 14 Cherry route runs along King Street west to Dufferin Street and then south to the Dufferin Gate Loop at Exhibition Place.