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Toronto apartments for rent in High Park

High Park is one of the city's most popular greenspaces, attracting visitors who enjoy a game of baseball, soccer, tennis or cross-country skiing. Each summer an outdoor theatre production is offered to the public free of charge.

Immediately west of "Roncies" High Park is an absolutely enormous urban oasis that runs all the way from Bloor street to Lake Ontario (almost). With a pond in the middle of it and all the well kept walking paths, it's easy to see why the Park is always teeming with dogs (and their owners)! When looking to rent in Toronto's High Park you'll be able to find many different types of apartments. High Park Village presents high rise apartments and you'll also find rental units in smaller buildings such as walk ups, duplexes and triplexes. High Park has its own subway stop on the bloor line, aptly named "High Park" station. We've been told that the only larger urban park in North America is Manhattan's Central Park and even if that's not accurate it's still an absolutely huge park. The jogging, walking and cycling options abound. You really do feel like you've gone to the country and the ducks (and sometime coyotes) really help provide that sort of ambiance; however, you're only about 5 minutes away from all the shopping conveniences of Bloor West Village.

Many of the apartment rentals  in the neighbourhood are reasonably priced. There is an inventory of Toronto apartments for rent available in High Park, ranging from units in older 3-storey walkups to more modern buildings located at High Park and Bloor Street.  To rent a fantastic apartment in Toronto‚Äôs High Park, click on one of the communities below:

45 & 55 Oakmount Road and 60 Mountview
65 High Park
65 Windermere Avenue
1639 Bloor Street West


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