Looking for a new spot to call home? The pickings may be slim out there when it comes to cheap apartments in Toronto, but there are still some out there if you look hard enough. These listings on Rentals.ca are among the most affordable in the city right now.
If you want your own place in the heart of Toronto, these five rental apartments are the most budget-friendly options out there.
159 Lawrence Avenue West — $1,375/month
This newly-renovated studio apartment is located on the lower floor of a home in the Lawrence Park South area. Heat, hydro, and water are included in the monthly rent, which is already affordable by Toronto’s standards.
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350 Queen St West — $1,400/month
This bright bachelor pad at Queen and Spadina lets you live in the heart of the action on a budget. The apartment features a large window, exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, bathroom, kitchen cabinetry, and appliances including a fridge, stove, microwave, washer, and dryer.
311 Richmond St East — $1,600/month
This large studio apartment in the downtown core features floor-to-ceiling windows, laundry, a locker, and a four-piece bathroom. Heat and water are included in the monthly price, and hydro is extra. Located in Moss Park, this spot has an incredible walk score with parks, amenities, and transit just steps away.
283 Gilmour Avenue — $1,600-$1,700/month
The location could not be more ideal for this one-bedroom apartment. It’s situated in The Junction just north of High Park with a great walk and bike score, and the building also features a rooftop patio. This fully renovated unit features new flooring, fresh paint, an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a sparkling white bathroom with a deep soaker tub.
591 Annette St — $1,600/month
This one-bedroom lower-level unit is located in the Runnymede-Bloor West Village area, with laundry, a spacious shared yard, a three-piece bathroom, and water included.
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