Corktown Real Estate
Corktown is a mainly residential area just east of the famed St. Lawrence Market, The West Don Lands to the south, the new Distillery Districts transformation into the retail and cultural hub to the west and the newly restored Regent Park to the north. Corktown has quickly evolved into the destination of hip alternative Torontonians who value proximity amenities and the unmatched price.
Corktown is rich with heritage and new architectural marvels to come while in the midst of a rebirth. Corktown is one of the more affordable downtown neighbourhoods being very convenient to Torontos downtown Business and Entertainment Districts. Old industrial buildings have been renovated to form studio lofts, apartment-style condos and professional offices. Corktowns Victorian mews homes have become quite the hot set of properties as inexpensive and decent housing downtown becomes more and more impossible, homebuyers are racing towards the hidden gem. With so much revitalization, the popularity and value in Corktown homes is destined to increase substantially in the future.
The King and Queen streetcars connect commuters to stations on the Yonge-University0Spadina subway line, while the Parliament streetcar connects passengers to the Castle Frank Station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. For residents that do drive, they are only a few minutes from the Adelaide Street ramp to catch the Don Valley Parkway and an equally short distance to the Gardiner Expressway.
Corktown Neighbourhood Guide
Corktown streets are lined with older row houses and the new Corktown Common Park offers residents and visitors a venue for a number of summer activities with the family. In the past couple years; Corktown has begun to attract a crowd of young professionals who are keen on the central location and affordable living. Being a resident has its perks with its close proximity to the famous St. Lawrence market. Pet owners can head to Orphans Green Dog Park. Corktown is deemed very quiet due to its mainly residential nature.
For those seeking amazing location and character housing at an affordable price point, Corktown is definitely the neighbourhood youve been searching for.
3.0Nelson Mandela Park Public School Grades JK-080.344 km
6.2Sprucecourt Public School Grades JK-081.052 km
9.2St Michael Choir (Sr) Secondary1.464 km
8.1Morse Street Junior Public School Grades JK-061.689 km
9.1Withrow Avenue Junior Public School Grades JK-061.825 km
6.9Church Street Junior Public School Grades JK-061.87 km
* School ratings provided by School Report Cards by the Fraser Institute (2014)
Could be a great fit for you? Here are some statistics to help you decide.
- 520 Total Households
- 994 Total Population
- 40 Average Age
- $95.4k Average Household Income
- Marital Status
Single (never legally married) 40.74%
Married (and not separated) 21.63%
Living common law 18.11%
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