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What a $3,000 apartment looks like in Toronto right now

Looking for tons of space and light? Everybody is. For $3,000 a month, you can score both of those things in your next Toronto apartment, but the best bang for your buck is still slightly removed from the downtown core. Welcome to the land of private rooftop decks.

Here's what a $3,000 apartment looks like in Toronto right now.

$2,995 for a crash pad in Hollywood North
3000 dollar apartments

If you're into movie stars (or happen to be one), this 33rd floor rental suite in The Festival Tower condo building is a great choice. It’s relatively small for the price - just 577 square feet - but it's already furnished. The perfect pied-à-terre for film industry execs during TIFF. 

$2,995 for an airy St. Clair West loft

3000 apartment torontoThis sunny second-floor unit on Oakwood Ave. has 3 bedrooms, an indoor parking space and all new everything in terms of appliances - but the standout feature is a rooftop deck with unobstructed views of the city. Just imagine all the summer parties you could have...

$3,000 for crazy views in Queen West

3000 apartments TorontoThis sleek corner unit at Richmond and Duncan ups the ante on floor-to-ceiling windows. Two of its walls are pretty much made of glass. This sunny space has two bedrooms, two full baths, plus a downtown location to kill for. And by "kill" I mean "pay $3000 a month."

$3,000 for 3 bedrooms in the heart of Leslieville

3000 apartments TorontoThe swingin' skybox life isn't for everyone, and with a budget of $3,000 budget, you're well poised to rent out an actual home (or a few floors of one.) This newly renovated apartment, located on the main and upper floors of a house on Carlaw, has lots of room and homey charm.

$3,000 for a rooftop in The Annex

3000 apartments TorontoBy renting out the second and third floors of this large house near Bathurst and Dupont, you're also renting out an incredible rooftop patio. The appliances and decor are dated, but its a large place with three bedrooms and would serve nicely for three U of T students.

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