Regent Park Real Estate

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Regent Park is a neighbourhood under transformation. For many years, this community was a place to find government-managed social housing, but since the Regent Park Revitalization Plan was established in 2005 by the City of Toronto, this area of the city has been changing rapidly. Over a period of fifteen to twenty years, the goal is to create a thriving community that gracefully blends commercial, residential, and recreational spaces while being conscious of the environment. Because of the hard work done by those who have worked on the project, the Regent Park real estate market is rife with affordable apartment-style and townhome-style condos. Browse Regent Park homes for sale below, or continue down the page to learn more about this dynamic Toronto neighbourhood.

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Photo of Listing #C4670445

200 Sackville St 1209, Toronto

$629,000 - 1 Beds, 2 Baths, 600 Sf

MLS® # C4670445

Photo of Listing #C4668531

170 Sumach St 2211, Toronto

$425,000 - 1 Baths

MLS® # C4668531

Photo of Listing #C4668258

17 Oak St, Toronto

$1,198,000 - 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,400 Sf

MLS® # C4668258

Photo of Listing #C4666510

51 Regent St, Toronto

$1,040,000 - 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,200 Sf

MLS® # C4666510

Photo of Listing #C4654198

90 Sumach St 405, Toronto

$2,349,000 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,000 Sf

MLS® # C4654198


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Regent Park homes for sale are predominantly condo buildings and townhomes. Over a hundred years ago, this community was the original Cabbagetown. Since the area became a hub for social housing, the population density of the area has been quite high and the name Cabbagetown has been used to refer to a high-end neighbourhood located just north of Regent Park.

Over the past decade, Regent Park has been evolving according to the plans laid out in the Regent Park Revitalization Plan. Part of the Regent Park Revitalization Plan includes creating affordable housing opportunities for new buyers. In order to do this, builders will be constructing a combination of townhomes, mid-rise apartments, and high-rise condomonium buildings. These housing units present a great opportunity for young buyers. Whether you are a single working professional, or you have a family, you will find that there are units in the area that will comfortably accommodate your family.

Many of these comfortable condos offer stunning views of the city skyline come evening. Residents can stand on their private balcony and look at thousands of twinkling lights across the city.

If you opt for one of the newer buildings in the area, one of the perks of living in a recently constructed building is the fact that newer buildings tend to have less maintenance costs than older homes. Additionally, they better reflect the tastes of today's buyers.

Architecturally, condos and apartments can be quite different. Some have the floor-to-ceiling windows associated with the classic city high-rise. Other have the grayscale colour scheme and bold lines of Modern design. Some units have a warehouse-chic sense of style, with interior brick walls, exposed concrete beams, and an open-concept design. Whether you are looking for a comfortable work-live loft where you can run your home business or you are searching for a comfortable three-bedroom home, there are condo units in Regent Park that will fit the bill.

Condo buildings that are part of the revitalization project include:

  • Paint Box
  • One Park West
  • The Wyatt Condos
  • Dueast Condos
  • One Park Place
  • Batholomew
  • One Cole

Townhome projects in Regent Park that are part of the revitalization project include:

  • The Sutton Collection
  • Bartholomew
  • One Park Place Town-homes

Prices on the Regent Park real estate market range from $400,000 for a single-bedroom apartment perfect for a young couple to close to a million dollars for one of the handsome red-brick townhomes that are characteristic of the area.

Living in Regent Park, Toronto

When Regent Park is complete, residents can anticipate a truly great lifestyle. Homeowners can feel good about the fact that their home was constructed in an environmentally conscious way. Roads throughout the area are being redeveloped so that residents of Regent Park are better connected to their surroundings. This will ensure that locals can easily travel to and from work or school each day.

No community is complete without places for fun and social gatherings. That’s why part of the plan includes adding new parks, green spaces, and an arts complex. There will also be adding the Regent Park Aquatic Centre and the Regent Park Athletics Grounds. Families will be able to enjoy affordable recreation options to help they keep active and happy.

To meet the daily needs of residents, the plan includes expanding the number of retailers who will be located in the area. Everything from grocery stores, to coffee shops, to services will be included. Regent Park is already served by two Toronto Public Libraries: Parliament Branch and Riverdale Branch.

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