St. Lawrence Real Estate - Homes & Apartments for Sale

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Houses for Sale in St. Lawrence

Prices from $289,900 CAD to $1,149,900 CAD Listings last updated 04/19/2017
$529,000 CAD
  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • Condo
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$1,088,000 CAD
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • Condo
21 days on Point2 Homes
$535,000 CAD
  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • Condo
433 days on Point2 Homes
$289,900 CAD
  • Condo
153 days on Point2 Homes
$292,000 CAD
  • Apartment
529 days on Point2 Homes
$300,000 CAD
  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • Residential
4 days on Point2 Homes
$688,000 CAD
  • 1 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • Condo
75 days on Point2 Homes
$1,088,800 CAD
  • 2 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • Condo
104 days on Point2 Homes
$529,000 CAD
  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • Single family
12 days on Point2 Homes

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NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE
ST LAWRENCE, TORONTO

St. Lawrence is steeped in the history of Toronto, Ontario, and Canada. The neighbourhood is named for the famous St. Lawrence Market, and in many ways represents the best of downtown Toronto living. The district is home to a famous Toronto landmark, world-class entertainment, and housing options suited to a wide variety of tastes.

The St. Lawrence neighbourhood is often referred to as “St. Lawrence Market”. In the minds of many, the market and the neighbourhood are one and the same. The market proper is broken into North and South buildings. The South building was at one time the first permanent city hall of Toronto. The food market in the south building is recognized as one of the best in the world. The north building frequently hosts farmers markets, antique sales and similar events. The neighbourhood runs from Parliament to Yonge Street. King and Front Streets at various points mark the northern edge, and it runs south until the rail lines.

This area is everything an excellent urban environment should be. It feels bustling, but not crowded or congested. Traffic flows better through St. Lawrence than through much of downtown, with wider streets and more parking than certain other areas. The result is an urban, yet open feel. The atmosphere here is extremely positive. You always get the sense that the people who live in St. Lawrence love their home. They don’t need to leave for the most part, as much of the best the largest city in Canada has to offer is right out their front doors.

On weekends, you can feel much of the city and tourists converge on St. Lawrence. The market is a huge draw, and many people make a weekly pilgrimage to the area to do their shopping.

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Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

Some of the best entertainment in Toronto can be found in St. Lawrence. Canadian Stage is one of the most prominent theatres in the city. Since 1988 when CentreStage and Toronto Free Theatre merged, Canadian Stage has built a nation-wide reputation for excellence in theatre. Also in the area is the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts (formerly the O’Keefe Centre), which is one of the major performing arts venues in the city. Of course, the cornerstone of the neighbourhood is also one of its best entertainment options. Digging through the St. Lawrence Market is a common weekend activity for residents of the entire city. In addition to the farmers markets in the North building and the permanent market in the South, there are also other events like cooking classes available.

The nightlife here is a little more subdued than other parts of downtown. There are bars and pubs aplenty, but less of the all-night dance clubs that fill other parts of downtown. C’est What is a local pub that often has live entertainment. If Vodka is your drink, the Pravda Vodka bar features the widest selection of vodkas in the city. The history in this part of the city is also a draw for many people. The “Flatiron Building” is a Toronto Landmark. Originally known as the Gooderham Building, this local attraction is the site of one of the most famous views in Toronto. From its home at Front and Wellington you get an excellent view of the CN Tower and the downtown skyline.

Entertainment and Tourism
Neighbourhoods

Real Estate

A wide range of housing styles and price points means that there is something for almost everybody who wants to live downtown within St. Lawrence. In addition to the condos and lofts, there are also a good number of rental units available in the area. A great deal of the housing in the neighbourhood is relatively new. In the 1970s, a large project was undertaken to revitalize downtown and reclaim land for residential use in the area. The result is one of the more successful of these projects in the city. While other areas where similar projects were undertaken have declined noticeably, St. Lawrence remains a mixed income, mixed demographic neighbourhood.

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Pollution/ Noise

For a downtown neighbourhood in a city of over 5 million people, St. Lawrence is remarkably clean and quiet. There is a considerable amount of traffic noise to contend with along the major arteries, but the area is very well maintained. The green spaces are looked after well, and in general the neighbourhood feels less polluted than much of downtown.


Crime Rate

The St. Lawrence area is one of the safer neighbourhoods downtown. Although it does have slightly higher assault and property crime rates compared to the quieter areas of the city, it is generally regarded as one of the safer neighbourhoods in downtown Toronto. The streets are well lit and often busy until relatively late. Most people in the neighbourhood would characterize it as an extremely safe place to live.

Crime
Education

Schools

For parents, St. Lawrence is appealing because there are schools within the immediate neighbourhood. Market Lane Public School is the primary public institution. This school can carry students from kindergarten all the way through to grade 8. The Downtown Alternative School provides a different approach to elementary education, focussing on parental involvement and conflict resolution.


Public Transportation

Good streetcar service and subway access definitely makes public transit the preferred method of transportation in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood. The 504 King streetcar provides a quick means of moving across the North end of St. Lawrence. The northwest corner of St. Lawrence is where you can find the King Street subway stop.


Education

Family Life

St. Lawrence is a family neighbourhood, especially when compared to some of the other parts of downtown. In addition to the schools in the neighbourhood, a walk through the streets reveals playgrounds and parks that families are happily taking advantage of. The variety of housing styles also provides good living arrangements for families of all sizes.

Family

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