Sort By:

Results Loading...

Renting a condo in Victoria Village

Renting in a new neighbourhood often comes with some uncertainty — is the neighbourhood loud? Are the people who live there friendly? If I need to eat an entire tub of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream at 2 in the morning will I find a store that’s open? These questions can keep you up at night, but one thing’s for certain — if you love nature, condos for rent in Victoria Village are sure to please.

Victoria Village is situated in North York, and is split in half by the Don River, Anewen Greenbelt and Charles Sauriol Conservation Area; The East Don Trail passes through the neighbourhood providing a scenic walking trail for residents. There are plenty of recreation centres, playgrounds, and sports fields to keep children entertained, and of course, great schools.

The northern portion of the neighbourhood is a mix of winding residential streets and commercial spaces, and the southern potion houses a sizeable commercial and industrial area — there are event centres, athletic clubs, manufacturers, corporate offices, restaurants, and even Mill Street Brewery.

Condo Life in Victoria Village

Renters have 12 buildings to choose from in this neighbourhood with more in development. Victoria Village condos for rent can be found in traditional high-rises, modern mid-rise and low-rise condos, and townhouse complexes.

If you want something modern with desirable amenities, then the 12-storey Oasis Condos might be appealing — likewise, if you’re simply looking for the best deal, properties such as 1801-1815 O'Connor Drive Condos have very generous floor plans.

For families, the private community feel and townhouse layouts at Victoria Village Townhomes — yes it has the same name as the neighbourhood, and yes that’s confusing — will likely tip the scales.

Transportation

Because most condos for rent in Victoria Village are located on or near major roads, residents can accomplish their daily errands on foot. For longer trips, there are several bus routes in the area which connect to Warden Station - Eastbound Platform for subway lines.

Car owners can travel west on Eglinton Ave or Lawrence Ave for the Don Valley Parkway.