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Buying a condo in Corso Italia | Davenport

Move over Little Italy — here comes… another Little Italy. The neighbourhood of Corso Italia and Davenport doesn’t just sound Italian, it was a popular landing spot for Italian immigrants after world war II, evidenced in the number of Italian themed restaurants and businesses in the area.

While technically a single neighbourhood, Corso Italia and Davenport is actually 2 distinct areas — Davenport if the southern portion found south or St. Clair, and Corso Italia forms the northern portion of the neighbourhood. For those who are hunting for Toronto condos for sale, you’ll find that all condos for sale are in Davenport.

Between St. Clair Ave W and Bathurst St, residents enjoy a great selection of restaurants, cafes, and bakeries — as well as a number of specialized retail stores. St. Clair and Bathurst play host to a variety of service based businesses; from salons to financial services to travel agencies and more.

Corso Italia and Davenport condos for sale are well suited to young professionals and growing families — there are schools in the neighbourhood at multiple academic levels and large parks such as Earlscourt Park, which has recreational facilities and a community centre. In addition to family friendly entertainment, there countless trendy pubs in the area, including the arcade style bar: The Greater Good.

Condo Life in Corso Italia | Davenport

Condo buyers have a lot of choice in Corso Italia and Davenport, and as it stands there are at least 7 buildings in the neighbourhood. For those who are interested in condos for sale in Davenport, they can be found in townhome complexes, low-rise condos and loft conversions.

Young professionals are likely to be drawn by the rustic hard lofts at Foundry Lofts — where exposed brick walls and ductwork is common in every unit. Families might prefer the generous floors plans, appealing finishes, and private community feel at 16 Foundry Condos and Davenport Village II Condos.

Because there are no high-rise condos in the Corso Italia and Davenport area, properties tend to have modest amenities here, but given how many fitness centres are located in the neighbourhood, residents won’t need to have a gym on site.

Transportation

Condo owners in Corso Italia and Davenport have a pedestrian friendly neighbourhood, where most errands can be accomplished on foot. For longer trips, there are multiple bus routes in the neighbourhood, and streetcars on St. Clair, connecting to St. Clair West Station for subway lines.

Driver’s can easily reach the nearest highways by heading north on Dufferin, and then east on Eglinton for Allen Rd and the 401.

Corso Italia | Davenport Overview

The Locals: Families of all ages, with a high percentage of Portuguese and Italians residents.

Code of Conduct: Referring to the neighbourhood as the “other” Little Italy.

What You’ll Find: A neighbourhood that feel like a small town — if you ignore the streetcars.

What You Won’t Find: A parking spot on St. Clair.

The Homes: 2 storey detached and semi detached houses, low-rise apartments and condos.

Sealing the Deal: Outstanding restaurants.