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Renting a condo in Upper Beaches | East Danforth

Located in Toronto's east end — just north of The Beaches — the Upper Beaches and East Danforth neighbourhood is a popular area for families who want to be near downtown Toronto, but not in the middle of it.

Upper Beaches and East Danforth are 2 distinct areas — East Danforth is in the northern portion of the neighbourhood, centered around Danforth Ave; it’s packed with restaurants, trendy bars, salons, specialized retail stores, and a variety of service based businesses.

The Upper Beaches forms the southern portion of the neighbourhood, and is mostly made up of large green spaces and winding residential streets, lined with 2 storey houses. Parents have several schools for their children, as well as athletic clubs, and sports fields like East Toronto Athletic Field to keep kids entertained after school.

Condo Life in Upper Beaches | East Danforth

Toronto condos for rent in the Upper Beaches are very popular with empty nesters and families, those in East Danforth are more appealing to young professionals. There are over 15 buildings in the area, and more in development; most buildings are mid-rises and low rises, but there are some stylish loft residences too.

Are you a professional who’s looking for something truly unique? The Swanwick is a church conversion that houses 10 stunning suites, all in excess of 1700 square feet; while The Swanwick is suitable for small families, most will prefer the spacious townhouses at Upper Beach Villas Townhomes.

Upper Beaches condos for rent come with 2 major drawbacks — they’re often exclusive and the cost of rent can be high — even condos for rent in the East Danforth portion of the neighbourhood can be pricey.

Transportation

The Upper Beaches and East Danforth area is pedestrian friendly, especially for residents near Danforth Rd and Kingston Rd. Public transit is an excellent way to get around, as there are streetcars on Kingston and Gerrard St E, Danforth GO Station for longer trips, and the Bloor-Danforth subway line is on the neighbourhood’s northern boundary.

Car owners can easily reach the Don Valley Parkway in minutes via Danforth Rd.