There are condos all over the city of Toronto and if you have an area that you're in love with, there is a good chance that you will find at least a few condos for sale. But, if you don't let know where in the city you would like to make your home then you might want to look at some of the more popular condo neighbourhoods. There are some sections of this metropolis that will suit those looking for their first home and places on the map for those with larger budgets.

If you're looking for the biggest and most talked about condos in Toronto then you should start with the new developments that are rising in Yorkville every year. This area surrounding the intersection of Yonge and Dundas streets has been known for years as being one of the poshest sections of the city and is seeing a wealth of exciting new condo complexes. You might be interested to look at places like College Park and Bay Street condos or developments by people like Donald Trump that include a hotel and a condo portion.

The waterfront is another popular location for those looking for the best in condo living. The brilliant views are accompanied by some of the most modern complexes and people are finding everything from starter homes to penthouses with properties from the Distillery District to King West condos. This is also near the Entertainment District of Toronto where you can experience everything from the CN Tower and a baseball game to some of the best restaurants in the city just steps from your door.

Many people who are looking for starter condos in a neighbourhood that seems designed for the Toronto young professional find their home in the Yonge and Eglinton or Davisville area of the city. If you want something a little more modest than a Riverdale home near shopping and entertainment options and with easy access to the rest of the city then this could be the ideal location for you. This is a neighbourhood that is seeing more condo developments each year and has a mix of buildings with the basics and those with the latest amenities. And the further north you're willing to go, the cheaper the prices will usually be.


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