Market rentals vary wildly based on the area of the city, the neighbourhood, the condition of the building and amenities. Two bedroom examples, my building downtown was built in 1972 & has an indoor roof-top pool & gym, sun deck, saunas/change rooms, year 'round heat & A/C, are fully renovated & have dishwashers in many suites, updated security features/patrols and we pay $1640 inclusive for a renovated two bedroom. Two bedroom apartments in three buildings across the street and directly to the west of me range from $1250-$1400 but offer no amenities or A/C. The Maples complex & 33 Wood Street (all next to the Gardens) offer tiny to large two bedrooms from $1600-$1900, both with A/C & good amenities. College Park apartments have amenities, A/C & 3 appliances for $2000-$2200. The newer Jazz (Church & Shuter) or Bay Club (Wellesley & Bay) rental buildings offer medium size to large two bedrooms from $1900 - $2500 with 4-6 appliances and amenities. In St. Jamestown one get can a 2 bedroom for as low as $1100, some buildings have limited amenities like outdoor pools, tuck shops & such. Those are examples of how rentals can swing wildly in my area, it's the same all over the city though generally lower in the suburbs.
Originally Posted by Miscreant
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