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    Renting a home in The Annex

    Popular with students, families, established professionals, empty nesters, and basically anyone who lives in Toronto — The Annex is a historic neighbourhood, with charming residential streets shrouded by mature trees, and busy thoroughfares on its borders like Bloor and Dupont Street.

    Toronto condos for rent in The Annex are great for all kinds of renters, because there’s something here for everyone — Yorkville boutique shopping and fine-dining is just next door, there are cultural attractions on Bloor like the ROM and Gardner Museum, younger crowds have lively nightlife options like the Madison Avenue Pub and famous concert venues such as Lee's Palace.

    Within the neighbourhood there are countless restaurants on Bloor and Dupont Street, as well as cafes, bars, salons, retails stores, a cinema, and a variety of businesses. Families have great schools in the neighbourhood, daycares, parks with playgrounds, and sports facilities and athletic clubs.

    Condo Life in The Annex

    Interested in renting a condo in The Annex? You’ll be pleased to know that there are dozens of buildings to choose from, in many different styles — traditional and modern high-rises towers, mid-rise buildings, hard-loft conversions, townhouses, and some very exclusive boutique buildings.

    Those how love industrial style, will be wowed by properties like The Creed Lofts, provided they can find a unit for rent in this very desirable conversion. Or, if you love the modern amenities that come with a tower, Mosaic will be right up your alley.

    Condos for rent in The Annex vary in price, but in general, rent can be high here. Students may prefer to find properties with the largest floors plans in order to split rent with roommates — in which case, 55 Prince Arthur could be the best option.


    The Annex is a walker’s neighbourhood, where residents can get things done on foot. Public transit options are extensive; there are bus routes on all major roads, streetcars on Bathurst and Spadina, and multiple subway stations in the neighbourhood. Car owners can avoid city traffic by heading east on Bloor for Danforth Rd and the Don Valley Parkway.