This is what a $2,250 apartment looks like in Toronto
Renting might be more cost-effective than buying a place in Toronto right now, but that doesn’t make it cheap. With the average cost of a one-bedroom now at $2,260 per month and Ontario scrapping rent control for new units, the market is scary—but don’t fear. You can still find places in the city for around the average going rate…. however sketchy, small or remote they may be.
There’s a 277 square foot condo in Toronto renting for $1,900
Renting in Toronto has never been a walk in the park, but some listings tend to remind us just how dire the housing situation in the city really is.
Who Just Beat the Bay Area in Tech Jobs? Toronto
Toronto’s tech scene is so hot the city created more jobs than the San Francisco Bay area, Seattle and Washington, D.C., combined last year, while leapfrogging New York in a ranking of “talent markets.”
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