Toronto has the highest population in Canada at 2,730,000, and has been named the fastest growing city in North America. Average rents in Toronto are higher than the national Canadian average, but there are affordable rental options if you’re prepared to look at renting in Toronto’s up-and-coming neighbourhoods, or to rent a bachelor apartment.
Known for the diversity of those who live and rent there, Toronto is a key centre for music, theatre, television and media production, and sports activities. For those looking to find an apartment to rent in Toronto, trendy neighbourhoods to explore would be the Old Town and Distillery district, the Entertainment district, Yorkville and the Annex, Chinatown and Kensington Market, the AGO district, and Queen West, King West, or Liberty Village. Each of these offers unique and perfect options for professionals looking to rent an apartment, as well as fantastic shopping options, diverse culture and dining varieties, access to entertainment and sports events, and pedestrian-friendly walkways and bike lanes.
When deciding on where to rent an apartment in Toronto, don’t forget to check out Old Toronto, East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, and York. Each area offers a variety of rental options for Toronto with access to the TTC. Students of Toronto’s various universities and colleges also make their homes in these more affordable regions. RentCanada lists available Toronto apartments, condo, and house rentals from leading property managers all in one place.