Map Shows How Expensive Condos Are Along Subway Line

A good indicator of where to buy

If you’re in the market for a new home, but don’t want to stray far from the Subway line, The Star has created a map that indicates the average price of condos nearest TTC subways stops.

The map shows the average price per square foot you get for buying a home in Toronto. According to the information provided by Condos.ca, the price of houses appears to increase along the two Bloor-Danforth line, the closer you get to The 1 Yonge-University Line.

The areas with the most bang for you buck are Yorkdale, Ellesmere and Laurence East, while Museum, Queens Park and St. George Station areas will cost you a pretty penny. Take a look at the map below:

(Photo courtesy The Star)

 
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