St James Town Toronto Real Estate and Homes for Sale

St. James Town lies towards the northeast portion of Toronto's busy downtown area. St. James Town has Parliament Street to its East, Wellesley Street East to its South, Sherborne Street to it’s West and Bloor Street East on it’s North. With almost twenty buildings with 14 or more stories within its boundaries, St. James Town has quite the eye-catching skyline, and many home for sale in all different budgets.

  •   Age Older
  •   Area Core
  •   Amenities Eaton Centre
  •   Commute 15 mins DT
  •   Income Low

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DEL REALTY INCORPORATED

#1302 -575 BLOOR STREET E IN TORONTO ONTARIO

$1,295,000

Tridel's Iconic Via Bloor Community - Location, Design, Impressive Amenities & Suite Finishes - This Residence Has It All! Occupancy Early 2022**** Extras **** Granite Or Quartz Kitchen Countertop With Polished Square Edge & Drop In Stainless Steels Sink, Counter-depth Fr... Read More »

#1302 -575 Bloor Street E

Cabbagetown-South St. James Town, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #C5284484

DEL REALTY INCORPORATED

#220 -585 BLOOR STREET E IN TORONTO ONTARIO

$865,000

Tridel's Iconic Via Bloor Community - Location, Design, Impressive Amenities & Suite Finishes - This Residence Has It All! Occupancy Early 2022.**** Extras **** Granite Or Quartz Kitchen Counter Top With Polished Square Edge & Drop In Stainless Steels Sink, Counter-depth ... Read More »

#220 -585 Bloor Street E

Cabbagetown-South St. James Town, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 1 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #C5284438

St. James Town Real Estate Overview

Subdivisions within this community include:

  • North St. James Town

Surrounding communities might be of interest as well:

The history of St. James Town can be traced back to the 1870s when the neighbourhood came into the spotlight as a prime spot for upper-middle-class folk. A highly sought-after address, St. James Town had several picturesque Victorian houses. Until the 1900s, this was one of the busiest real estate markets in Toronto. In 1953, the City of Toronto undertook a zoning amendment for downtown's central areas, and as a result, the building coverage was significantly increased in these parts. Overnight, St. James Town became a very lucrative destination for private real estate developers. By the end of the decade, St. James Town had no traces of the original homes left, and new high-rises were being built.

The area rapidly developed into a popular spot for those looking for affordable homes close to downtown. There are a plethora of apartments for sale here as well, and the location's ease of access to Toronto's center can't be beaten.

Who Lives In St. James Town

St. James Town is a melting pot of cultures, a haven for immigrants as it has been since the days of its emergence as a residential neighbourhood. You will find people hailing from the Philippines here as well as people of Chinese and various South Asian origins.

Age-wise, you have mostly families with kids here with few or no seniors. Very young couples and young professionals are relatively few and far between, too, leaving most of the homes to middle-income families to occupy.

St. James Town Homes Are Perfect For

St. James Town is the ideal location for those who are new to Canada and in search of an affordable home. Both rental values and property prices hover within an affordable range here in this neighbourhood.

The easy access to downtown areas afforded by this neighbourhood makes this a perfect place for those who work downtown because it cuts down commute time dramatically. The community is linked very efficiently via subway too. In the north-west segment of the neighbourhood, you have Sherbourne Station, which is on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. Connectivity via bus is also excellent via Bloor Street East, Parliament Street, Wellesley Street East and Sherbourne Street.

St. James Town Home Are Not So Perfect For

If you are looking for a premium, high-end neighbourhood, St. James Town is not the right location for you. Predominantly chosen by low to middle-income families, you will be hard-pressed to find luxury apartments here or premium amenities. Those looking for quick and easy access to large shopping malls and other major retail outlets may be disappointed by the options in the community. While there are adequate amenities in the neighbourhood for most - you will have to travel to find those specialty boutiques and lux shops.

Life And Style, Amenities, And Things To Do In St. James Town

St. James Town residents tend to be homebodies, but there ARE quite a few options when it comes to eating out. Toronto's most well-known Filipino restaurants are located right here. Don't be surprised to see many people from different parts of the city converging here for this particular cuisine. Many St. James Town residents enjoy weekend get-togethers with family and friends right at home.

The neighbourhood's proximity to downtown makes it easy for you to head down here when you are looking for entertainment, recreation or dining options. Hop on the subway, take a bus, or drive down, and enjoy the vibrant nightlife Toronto is famous for. If downtown is getting a tad boring, you can always head out to Church and Wellesley or Cabbagetown to eat out or explore the recreation options.

Within the neighbourhood, you have adequate facilities to satisfy your fitness needs. There are quite a few swimming pools and playgrounds dotting the area, makings it easy for you to head down for a swim or take your kids out for some fun.

At the Rose Avenue Community Centre, you have a gymnasium and games room where you can meet up with like-minded neighbours and enjoy some free time. If you prefer to go for long walks surrounded by nature, then head to Wellesley Park, Winchester Park, Riverdale Park West, or Allan Gardens. For bookworms, Toronto Public Library is located at the corner of Parliament and Gerrard Streets.

All the basics are available here from grocery stores, fashion stores, restaurants and more on Parliament Street and Sherbourne Street. For more comprehensive shopping, there's plenty nearby to choose from.

While the neighbourhood itself has just the one school, Rose Avenue Public School, there are other options in nearby communities. The privately-owned Toronto New School, Msgr. Fraser Secondary Catholic School and Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School are all excellent options.

St. James Town Real Estate Market

With several high-rise apartment buildings here containing about seven-thousand units, you can see why the real estate market here is dominated by apartments. St. James Town happens to be the most densely populated location in Toronto, with these apartment homes being in high demand throughout the year.

Many of the apartments for sale in St. James Town offer an excellent choice of apartment sizes. From bachelor pads to three-bedroom apartments, there's something for everyone. The rental market for this area makes it an excellent option for those looking to invest in real estate or wanting to move out of the neighbourhood without selling their property.

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