Downsizing – Which Condo Buildings Will Work For You? - Sherille Layton

Downsizing – Which Condo Buildings Will Work For You?

05 March 2019
Sherille Layton

Downsizing is not a straightforward transition. There are a few reasons why one may consider downsizing to a smaller space.

Lifestyle (the time and costs behind maintaining a large home)

Travel (the need to travel many months of the year)

Health (no more stairs, shoveling snow and gardening)

Retirement (cashing in home equity to retire)

I have worked with many clients over the years that have looked to downsize and done so successfully. I have also worked with clients that have dabbled with downsizing but found it too daunting a process to move forward.

When looking to downsize to a condo, there are many factors involved:

Price, location, new building versus old building, maintenance fees and size. 

Size is one of the biggest issues when downsizing. Often older buildings are the better option due to having larger units.

Here are 20 reputable buildings that are good options for downsizing.                       

278  Bloor Street East18023$850
61/63 St Clair Avenue West26018$835
33 Harbour Square53945$760
993 Queen Street West1216$1081
4 Lowther Avenue406$1035
55 Prince Arthur Avenue6311$905
10 Delisle Avenue22615$984
77 McMurrich Street1007$985
350 Lonsdale Road847$937
240 Heath Street6617$867
2727 Yonge Street1017$829
2900 Yonge Street729$915
1717 Avenue Road807$940
40 Rosehill Avenue4215$860
65 Sheldrake Boulevard343$1186
39 Jarvis Street1038$838
160 Frederick Street639$580
360 Bloor Street East16216$793
385 Brunswick Avenue505$1087
130 Carlton Street12012$704

If you are downsizing and need advice, I would love to hear from you on 416 419 5893.