North York Real Estate Statistics
|Average Home Price||$893K|
|Lowest Listing Price||$0|
|Highest Listing Price||$26M|
|Total Property Listings||3,163|
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North York homes for sale include everything from new developments with fabulous pre-construction condos and townhomes in the North York City Centre to spectacular mansions along the Bridle Path, and modest bungalows, single-family homes, duplexes, and apartments on residential streets.
Like most parts of Metropolitan Toronto, North York has seen significant growth over the past decade, so housing is in high demand. Real estate prices have risen accordingly, and many homes have seen significant appreciation over the past few years.
Now is a great time to invest in North York real estate because the housing market shows no signs of slowing down. Experts predict that more people will continue to move to North York including young professionals, students, and new immigrants, and this will create more demand for housing and rental properties.
Condos are particularly popular in North York, as they offer relatively affordable, low-maintenance living. There are many new developments where you can find North York pre-construction condos and condo assignments. There are also many existing condos to choose from.
North York single-family homes include grand estates with landscaped lawns and gardens, historic pre-war and post-war war homes, and custom-built modern constructions with sleek lines and state-of-the-art amenities. You can also find attached homes, duplexes, and townhomes.
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About North York, ON
North York is located north of downtown Toronto between Etobicoke and Scarborough. Although it is technically a suburb of Toronto, it can be hard to tell where downtown and North York begins. Like Toronto, North York is a bustling urban centre with an incredibly diverse, multicultural population.
Once part of the township of York, North York became its own township in 1922. Over the decades it has been designated as a township, borough, and a city. In 1998, it officially became part of the city of Toronto when it amalgamated with neighboring communities in the Metropolitan Toronto area.
Today North York is a thriving community that consists of numerous residential neighborhoods as well as commercial hubs and corporate headquarters. The North York City Centre is the main business district and home to Mel Lastman Square, North York Centre station, and many condominiums and office buildings.
Amenities & Attractions in North York, ON
Residents of North York have everything they need right in the community, from grocery stores to shopping malls, hospitals, schools, restaurants, and recreational venues. And with easy access to transportation routes such as the TTC Sheppard Line and the Downsview Park GO Station, it’s easy to get to other parts of Toronto and beyond.
North York is home to some of the largest shopping centres in Toronto, including Yorkdale Shopping Centre and Fairview Mall. Here you’ll find brand name stores selling everything from luxury fashion to new cars, as well as food courts with all types of cuisine, and entertainment venues like cinemas.
Kids of all ages will love the Ontario Science Centre with its interactive exhibitions, IMAX films, and lively demonstrations. The Black Creek Pioneer Village is another interesting spot that is an open-air heritage museum that gives visitors a glimpse into what life was like in the area nearly 200 years ago.
If you want to see some of the most spectacular real estate in Toronto, take a drive or a stroll along the Bridle Path. The multi-million dollar homes here boast beautiful features and grand gardens. Other interesting architectural sites include Glendon Hall at York University and the historic Gibson House.
If an active lifestyle is important to you, North York has plenty of places where you can work out and take part in team sports. Popular recreational venues include the North York Ski Centre, North York Aquatic Centre, Earl Bales Park, and York Mills Valley Park.
Are you considering buying or selling a North York home? Contact Jay Banerjei online or call 647-273-1119 to inquire about everything from pre-construction condos to real estate assignments, single-family homes, and townhomes in Toronto.
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