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Alexandra Park Condos For Sale

Known as one of Toronto's condo hubs, Alexandra Park, has a total of 9 condo buildings. There is a fantastic mix of modern high-rise condos and funky lofts, there are 1 Low-Rise, 4 High-Rise, 4 Mid-Rise, 1 Luxury, and 3 Pre-Construction in Alexandra Park. Many condos for sale in Alexandra Park feature excellent amenities perfectly located in Toronto. Condos for sale in Alexandra Park spend an average of 20 days on market. There were 107 condos sold in Alexandra Park in 2020. Alexandra Park saw an increase in the number of condos sold by 494% compared to the year before. Condos for sale in Alexandra Park had an average sale price of $$742,357 last year, an increase of 36% from the prior year. This neighbourhood is a Biker's Paradise with a bike score of 98. a Rider's Paradise is available in Alexandra Park. Alexandra Park is a Walker's Paradise with a walk score of 98. Kensington and Fashion District are nearby neighbourhoods.

The Turtle's Compass Bakery is a great bakery in Alexandra Park. A fresh cup of java or tea is never hard to find with McDonald's in the hood. Groceries are close-at-hand with supermarket Winstons Grocery in Alexandra Park. Foodies won't be disappointed by the presence of McDonald's. Do you love to be outside? There are great parks in Alexandra Park such as Alexandra Park and Alexandra Park Baseball Diamond. You can find pharmacies Cadence Health Centre and Shoppers Drug Mart within walking distance. There is great shopping at Chinatown Centre. There are always new exhibits and events happening at Marko Mitic Art Toronto. Many gyms and fitness centers are popular with residents of Alexandra Park. Some of these facilities are Primal Motion - Austin Norris RMT and Life Coaching and Meditation in Alexandra Park. Animal enthusiasts, good news Pet Food Platters is in Alexandra Park. The school in Alexandra Park is Ryerson Community School Junior Senior.

What to Expect

Bordering four celebrated downtown neighborhoods, Alexandra park offers variety and lifestyle choice. Touching Queen West and the fashion district will have your inner shopper thrilled. When you’re feeling adventurous, Dundas West booms with restaurants and is a gateway to Kensington Market. Spadina on the east side of the neighborhood will cover the bargain hunter and food enthusiast in you. This area is a dream for pedestrians and TTC devotees, with street level shopping, frequent crosswalks and access to the Streetcar on Queen, Dundas and Spadina. If you want to keep your car leave room in your monthly budget for parking.


Alexandra Park offers a mix of public and private housing. It straddles many demographic profiles including families. It is a densely populated central neighborhood. Most residents walk, cycle or use public transit to commute to work. The second most common language spoken is Cantonese.


Living in Alexandra Park offers a variety of daily routines that can be customized to your work life, interests and hobbies. You’ll be moving at a fast pace and you can choose where that pace takes you. Fashion is high on the streets but you can choose from the bargains on Spadina, the brand names on Queen st. or the convenience of large department stores. If you need a retreat there is green space, an outdoor swimming pool and arena at Alexandra Park. For the kids there is a playground and a skate park. If you need more of a getaway, the Bathurst streetcar will run you right down to the lake in minutes. The food lover will revel in the variety of choices. There are top restaurants on Queen, trendy, hot spots on Dundas and the stretch of Spadina offers some of the cities best Asian cuisine. If you prefer to cook, just cross the street into Kensington Market and you’ll find every fresh and unique ingredient you could want, from local-organic to exotic imports. This community loves the arts. Find local artists,...

What you'll love

TTC access and walkability. This is central Toronto and you can get anywhere and everywhere by foot or the multiple streetcar lines. The Queen car runs 24 hours and all three streetcar lines will connect you to the subway. The Food. There is a staggering variety of restaurants in this area. Don’t miss out on the institutions on Spadina that have decades worth of followers, take advantage of the hot young Chefs working the stoves on Dundas or crawl queen street for the best in urban upscale dining. Buying a pair of exclusive designer boots and a $5 shirt in the same trip. Never missing out. Being surrounded by other vibrant and bustling neighborhoods on all sides, you’ll feel a part of many downtown communities and will always be in the know and on the go. Amenities and services. There are spas, salons, cleaners, grocers, banks, pet groomers, yoga studios and much more, all within a 10 minute walk from any corner of the neighborhood. Riding your bike. This is a area full of avid cyclists and casual bike riders...