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Toronto Downtown Condos & Homes for Sale

Explore Toronto Downtown Real Estate

Toronto has gone through many changes since 1793 when it was named York, an unincorporated town in York Region, and then incorporated in 1834 as the City of Toronto and many years later, the amalgamation of Toronto and the surrounding boroughs into a massive sprawling city.

Today, Downtown Toronto might be considered to have these boundaries: Lake Ontario to the south, Bloor Street to the north, The Don River to the east and Dufferin Street to the west. Within this area, there are many neighbourhoods that include:

  • Cabbagetown
  • Regent Park
  • Corktown
  • The Distillery District
  • The Village
  • The Garden District
  • St James Town
  • The St Lawrence Market
  • The Waterfront
  • Bay Street Corridor
  • Little Italy
  • Little Portugal
  • Queen West
  • West Queen West
  • Beaconsfield Village
  • Liberty Village
  • Chinatown
  • King West
  • The Annex
  • Bloordale
  • The Canary District

When the GreenBelt Act 2005 became law, this intensified building of condominiums in Toronto. And as a result, new neighbourhoods start to appear like the Canary District. The condos built in this area served as the athletes' Village for the 2015 Pan American Games, and then ownership was passed to those who bought these condos and they started to move in or rent them out in 2016.


As new neighbourhoods develop, we will add them to this list.

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