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Buying a condo in Chinatown

Though you’ll find a Chinatown in cities across North America — Chinatown in Toronto is one of the largest on the continent. Tucked between Grange Park and Kensington Market, Chinatown is surrounded by convenience, and within walking distance of Toronto’s biggest and best attractions. If you’re looking for a neighbourhood that puts you in the heart of the action, Chinatown condos for sale should be on your list.

Dining and nightlife options are plentiful here — as the neighbourhood’s name suggests, you’ll find many restaurants here serving Chinese cuisine, but also Thai, Korean, and Vietnamese as well. And because it’s Canada, there will always be a Tim Hortons nearby. There are a variety of pubs in the area, some of which are unique like Grossman's Tavern for live music and B Boss Ktv for Karaoke.

The neighbourhood is host to a number of businesses — salons, cleaners, and unique entertainment options like escape rooms and martial arts studios. Families have several schools to choose from, but while there are nearby recreations options for kids, parks and playgrounds are definitely lacking.

Condo Life in Chinatown

Buyers have a few buildings to tour in the neighbourhood, 2 of which sit on the border between Chinatown and Alexandra Park. Building amenities are often paired down in this neighbourhood, which is ideal for buyers who are seeking Toronto condos for sale without a whole bunch of flashy extras.

Chinatown condos for sale in buildings such as Chinatown Centre Residence offer the best value, with spacious floor plans a relatively low price per square foot. While modern properties like the Dragon Condos offer more bells and whistles. No matter where you end up in this neighbourhood, you’re never far from dining, nightlife, shopping, or transit.

Transportation

Condos for sale in Chinatown are a great fit for residents who prefer to get things done on foot. For those who require public transit, there are streetcar lines on Spadina, Dundas St W, and College, with connections to subway stations.

Nobody will ever claim that Chinatown is a car owners paradise, but drivers can reach the Gardiner Expressway in roughly 10 minutes via Spadina Avenue.