Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Toronto neighbourhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's asking price: $1,000/Month
↑ This renovated bachelor at Dufferin and Bloor already has one of those Toronto street signs, now being auctioned off by the City of Toronto. The unit is newly renovated and ultra cozy (small). It's renting for $1,095/month.
↑ At Gerrard and Logan, $1,000 a month will rent you this "extra large" 500 square feet one bedroom. It's a shared accommodations above an architectural design studio. You have to share a kitchen but at least you'll have your own bathroom.
↑ Next up is a studio apartment in Little Italy renting for $1,000/month. According to the Craigslist ad, it's a "luxury studio" in a hotel size room. There's only photos of the kitchen at different angles because the entire unit is only 300 square feet and there's barely room for a bed.
↑ An apartment at Kipling and Lakeshore will give you more space for $1,000/month. It's a two-bedroom unit near Humber College. The apartment looks clean except the owner specifies in small print the "pictures are of another unit in the building." What does the real apartment look like?
↑ A spacious one-bedroom fully furnished apartment at Bloor and Sherbourne Street for only $1,000/month seems almost too good to be true. That's because it is. If you read the fine print, it's a two-bedroom unit, shared accommodations. · Curbed Comparisons Archives [Curbed Toronto]
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