The Best Condos in Toronto

If you’re reading this, you might have written condos off as being “too common” or just “too small”. That is certainly the sentiment many of our clients express when we’re in the information gathering stage and trying to assess their criteria. Some take this even further -  and could be described as ‘radicalized’ loft lovers or even ‘loft fundamentalists.’

We can certainly appreciate this perspective. We chose to specialize in lofts because the buildings interest us. Each one has it’s own unique history and usually an interesting architectural design. We also like that developers can’t just erect a loft on any empty parking lot… making them more rare and attractive to buyers looking for not only a great living space, but one that will give them a good return on their investment.

However… before this turns into a little ‘pro-loft’ piece of propaganda, let’s get to the point: Toronto has many great condos!

Yes we said it (probably for the first time on this whole website), the city of Toronto has produced some fantastic condos over the years… and these condos deserve our attention, even if just a minimal amount of it.

Below is a list of what we consider to be the best condos in Toronto. The criteria we used to make this list isn’t exactly scientific, but here are some notes on it:

- Many of our clients have purchased from these condos. Yes, buyers who initially wanted a loft were swayed by these particular buildings.

- They are well managed and have maintained very reasonable condo fees.

- They are generally in high demand.

- They tend to have a few exceptional qualities about them, including (but not limited to) interesting architecture and unique suite layouts, prime downtown/midtown locations, and/or they were built by some of the top rated developers in the city (Cresford, Context, Tridel, Aspen Ridge – to name just a few).

Here’s the list. If you feel a particular condo should be added, please let us know!

The Best Condos in Toronto

St. Lawrence Market & Distillery District

205 Frederick St. – The Rezen

33 Mill St.

1 Scott St. & 38 The Esplanade – London on the Esplanade

25 The Esplanade

230 King St. E – Kings Court Condominiums

33 Lombard St. – Spire (SP!RE)

30 Wellington St. E – The Wellington

112/116 George St. – Vu Condos

Business & Entertainment District

33 University Ave. – Empire Plaza

55/65 Bremner Blvd. – Maple Leaf Square

Shangri – LA

438 Richmond St. W – The Morgan

18 Beverly St. – The phoebe

140 Simcoe St. – University Plaza

21 Nelson St. & 120 Simcoe St. – Boutique Condos (phase 1 & 2)

183 Wellington St. W. – The Ritz Carlton

Bay Street 

11 St. Joseph St. – Eleven Residences

Aura

763 & 761 Bay St. – College Park Towers

37 Grosvenor St. – Murano North Tower

38 Grenville St. – Murano South Tower

111 Elizabeth St. – One City Hall

325 Bay St – Trump Tower Toronto

Yorkville, Bloor St. & The Annex

736 Spadina Ave. – The Mosaic

100 Yorkville Ave.

102 Bloor St. W.

18 Yorkville Ave. – The Villas on Scollard

99/100 Hayden St. – Bloor Walk Residences

33 Charles St. – Casa

10 Bellair St. – No. 10 Bellair

Yonge to Sherbourne 

218/285 Mutual St. – Radio City

120 Homewood Ave. – The Verve

21 & 25 Carlton St. – The Met & The Met Encore

500 Sherbourne St.

Midtown, Yonge & Eglinton

88 Broadway Ave. – 88 on Broadway

2181 – 2191 Yonge St. – Quantum Towers

70 Roehampton Ave. – The Republic

83 Redpath Ave

18 Merton St. – The Radius

10 Delisle Ave. – The St. Clair

60 St. Claire Ave. W

20 & 25 Scrivener Square – The Thornwood

We hope you found this to be helpful! If you’d like any information about these condos or lofts in general, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Robert Van Rhijn

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