You can find some pretty nice places to live for $1,750 a month in downtown Toronto – you just have to be cool with combining your living room, dining room, bedroom and office into a space that’s roughly the size of a bathroom on the Bridle Path (or walk-in closet, if you’re lucky.)
Here's what a $1,750 apartment looks like in Toronto right now.
$1,750 for proximity to The Drake Hotel
Location is what you'll be paying for in the new(ish) Edge condo development near Dovercourt and Queen. This 460-square-foot unit itself is tiny, but you'll literally be living in the heart of one of the coolest neighbourhoods on Earth.
$1750 for uniquely laid out loft in Corktown
This industrial-chic loft is cool on so many levels, from its exposed concrete columns to its trendy, up-and-coming location in River City. Floor-to-ceiling windows and 9-foot ceilings make this relatively small condo feel airy and spacious.
$1775 above a Subway in Harbord Village
Eat Fresh™ all the time, or at least smell like you do! You won't find stainless steel appliances in this 1 bedroom on Harbord Street, but its super bright, close to U of T, has ensuite laundry, a working brick fireplace and it's way bigger than the average condo at this price point.
$1,750 for a tiny slice of luxury in the Entertainment District
At just 390 square feet, this condo in the fancy new Bisha Residences will be hard, if not impossible to entertain in. I mean, it's got half-size appliances, no bedroom and no balcony – but who cares when you have access to a celebrity-endorsed, 44th floor rooftop lounge and pool?
$1,750 for a relative palace at Bloor and Islington
This recently renovated 2-bedroom apartment is in an older building, but it's surrounded by new retail developments. It's also huge for how much it costs. Just steps from Islington station, it's a good option for those who work downtown but want less bustle in their home lives.
by Lauren O'Neil via blogTO
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