In Dovercourt and the Wallace Emerson – Junction area, what’s old is new again; once industrial, this west end Toronto neighbourhood is now packed with trendy pubs, great restaurants, cozy cafes, and is home to a burgeoning art scene.
Stretching from Christie Street in the east to the CNR/CPR Railway tracks to the west, this neighbourhood occupies a substantial amount of land. There are a number of schools within its borders, and many businesses operate in the area — film studios, cleaners, storage facilities, and even the well known game designers like Ubisoft Toronto.
Condos for rent in Dovercourt and the Wallace Emerson – Junction area are very appealing to young couples or single professionals; residents have eclectic dining options from fast food to bistros to restaurants serving international cuisine. Nightlife is plentiful, and almost every pub in the area has unique craft beers on tap — must see hangouts include Burdock Brewery and The Greater Good.
Condos for rent in Dovercourt come in all shapes and sizes, and there are dozens of buildings in the neighbourhood; hard and soft loft residences, high-rises, townhouses, and more.
Those who love the industrial heritage of the area will swoon over the industrial style lofts at 1444 Dupont Street Lofts. Or, if you prefer modern finishes and ample amenities, modern condo towers like Upside Down Condos and Fuse Condos will be more appealing. Because there’s so much variety here, prices vary quite a bit, and there are Toronto condos for rent for below average prices or well above the average price.
With an 88 Walk Score — condos for rent in Dovercourt are ideal for people who love to run errands on foot. Public transit users will also love this area, as not only are there well laid out bus routes, but there’s also 4 subway stations to the south near Bloor, and Bloor GO Station to the west.
Dovercourt condos for rent aren’t amazing for drivers, but car owners can reach the nearest highway by going west on Bloor and south on Parkside for the Gardiner Expressway.