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Buying a condo in Moss Park

The name Moss Park evokes images of a green filled neighbourhood — but the reality isn’t quite as green as the name might suggest. Moss Park is located in the east end, minutes from very desirable neighbourhoods like St. Lawrence, Cabbagetown, and the historic Distillery District; in spite of that, most people drive past this neighbourhood without ever noticing it.

Moss Park is banded by Shuter to the north, Richmond to the south, Jarvis to the west and Parliament to the east; the neighbourhood is quite small but does offer a selection of pubs, restaurants, and retail stores nearby. John Innes Community Recreation Centre is in the neighbourhood, as is Moss Park Arena and Fred Victor Community Garden. George Brown College sits on the neighbourhood’s southern boundary, and there are a variety of service based businesses nearby.

Condo Life in Moss Park

Moss Park condos for sale might not be very appealing to families — most streets in the neighbourhood as busy, and there are only a few schools close-by. The condo scene here is mostly made up of loft conversions, which don’t offer many amenities, but there are a few larger developments like The Modern, for those who crave the true condo experience.

Many of the Toronto condos for sale in Moss Park have generous floor plans and a lower price per square foot than found in neighbouring areas — so buyers get more bang for their buck, but won’t find a steal here.

Transportation

Moss Park condos for sale are ideal for buyers who prefer to run errands on foot. For longer trips, there are streetcars on Queen, multiple bus routes in the area, and Queen Station is within walking distance for subway lines.

Car owners can avoid most city traffic, by heading east on Queen for the Don Valley Parkway, or south on Jarvis for the Gardiner Expressway.