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North Toronto or Central North York is one of Toronto's newer condo areas. Years ago it began as a quiet suburb of the city with small bungalow houses in a quiet neighbourhood. In the past 20 years North Toronto has become on of Toronto's most vibrant areas in the city. Major streets have grown to boast 5 start restaurants, high end clothing stores and all the amenities that you need at your doorstep. Subway or bus just minutes away make it an easy trip to the downtown and highways 401, 400 and the 407 gives you a quick escape to further destinations. Known as Willowdale and Newtonbrook this area offers some beautiful residential homes and great green space. Recently have we seen this area become one of Toronto's biggest condo areas in the city. The prices and larger units offer more than most downtown buildings. Most condos in this area have been developed based on lifestyle and offer unique amenities to meet all the buyers needs. We see a mixture of young professionals and older down sizers moving into these buildings. We have also seen a rise in young families due to the prices of homes in the city.
The Boundaries of North Toronto stretch through North York from Highway 401 in the south to Steeles Ave in the north and from Dufferin Street in the west to Bayview Avenue in the east. You will find condos on most corners of major Streets but not have the claustrophobic feeling of some areas downtown.
Development has surged dramatically in this area. Though surrounded by relatively upscale housing for upper-middle-class families, North Toronto has a great balance with high end and middle condo buildings. The neighbourhood has become very vibrant with day and nightlife whether at a local pub or seeing a play or and evening out at the North York Performing Ats Centre.
Lately, North Toronto boasts family-centred neighbourhoods alongside a growing condo culture. Most people have to go kilometres to a movies theatre, but North York residents can walk to two multiplexes.