Renting a retirement home is becoming an increasingly popular option, as seniors prefer to rid themselves of the inconveniences that come with home ownership. Through Comfort Life, you will find retirement home rentals in Toronto and the nearby cities of Don Mills and Thornhill, listed below.
In Toronto, retirement home rental fees can range from around $2,000 to upwards of $5,000. While Toronto is an expensive real estate market, the price you pay will depend on the service you opt for. Other factors are the size of the rental unit, its features and of course, its location. However, all of Ontario’s rental homes are subject to the Landlord and Tenant Act, which allows the province to limit rent increases. Provincially mandated increase caps make sure your fees are fair. The Landlord and Tenant Act also sets standards your retirement residence must adhere to. You have a right to a safe and fair home.
Retirement home rentals, Toronto proper
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77 Dunfield Avenue, Toronto,
Ontario, M4S 2H3
The Dunfield Retirement Residence has established a new standard in senior retirement living in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) with 177 spacious apartments. Where people come to LIVE!
55 Ameer Avenue, Toronto,
Ontario, M6A 2Z1
We are Toronto's Finest Kosher Retirement Residence. Located on the Baycrest campus in the heart of North York's Jewish community. Terraces of Baycrest, "Where Life Thrives". Call us today for more information.
111 Avenue Road, Toronto,
Ontario, M5R 3J8
Luxury and quality is in every corner of Hazelton from its lobby to its inviting Bistro & Bar. Offering amenities and services, Hazelton makes it easy for you to define and enjoy your lifestyle.
2 Neptune Drive, Toronto,
2 Neptune Dr. is a unique residential community designed for active adults 65+ who enjoy being part of a large, close-knit community and taking part in various fitness and social programs. Move-in incentives available!
15 Summerland Terrace, Toronto,
Ontario, M9A 0B5
Tapestry at Village Gate West is an active aging community located in Toronto’s central Etobicoke neighbourhood, just minutes from the historic Village of Islington.
720 Mt. Pleasant Road, Toronto,
Ontario, M4S 2N7
Family-owned and operated, the Briton House is dedicated to the highest standards of service. Offering a full continuum of care, a variety of amenities and suites, home-cooked meals, and a 15,000 sq. ft. indoor garden.
537 Finch Avenue West, Toronto,
Ontario, M2R 0A8
Forestview Retirement Residence is North York's newest seniors' residence, and is now open. We offer Full Service Lifestyles & Assisted Living (on as secure floor). Call to reserve your suite today!
155 Balmoral Avenue, Toronto,
Ontario, M4V 1J5
Amica Balmoral Club is located near Forest Hill and Rosedale, and designed for your comfort and accessibility. Our range of amenities, activities and services are here to enhance your life and support your independence.
645 Castlefield Ave, Toronto,
Ontario, M5N 3A5
A luxurious retirement home in Forest Hill, just north of downtown Toronto, offering a variety of services for seniors including live theatre, spacious common area and more.
10 / 14 William Morgan Drive, Toronto,
Ontario, M4H 1E7
Leaside is a stylish retirement residence where you can receive quality care and lead an active lifestyle. Offering a variety of living options, Leaside allows you to age in place in a comfortable & friendly environment.
265 Queens Drive, Toronto,
Ontario, M6L 3C6
At Queens Estate, we offer a complete range of care services in a welcoming environment. Whether it's our compassionate staff, fresh homemade meals, or exciting and engaging activities, you will truly feel at home.
8 The Donway E., Toronto,
Ontario, M3C 3R7
The Donway provides luxury homes for seniors, with suites that include large walk-in closets and kitchenettes and amenities like weekly housekeeping and fine dining.
54 Foxbar Road, Toronto,
Ontario, M4V 2G6
A historical property dating back to the 1900’s, nestled between two prominent neighborhoods, Rosedale and Forest Hill. It blends the charm of a boutique hotel with modern luxuries to suit your retirement lifestyle.
1140 Bloor Street West, Toronto,
Ontario, M6H 4E6
From gracious dining to new suites and lounges, residents are enjoying the new management and upgrades found at 1140 Bloor Street West, in the Heart of Bloordale Village.
187 Wynford Drive, North York,
Ontario, M3C 0C7
A well appointed retirement home in Toronto features extensive common areas, a rooftop putting green and a variety of other amenities catering to today's seniors.
880 Lawrence Ave E, North York,
At Greenview Residence, we offer a complete range of care services in a welcoming environment. Whether it's our compassionate staff, fresh homemade meals, or exciting and engaging activities, you will truly feel at home.
4180 Dundas Street West, Etobicoke,
Ontario, M8X 1X8
Situated in a treed ravine setting overlooking the Humber River, Delmanor Prince Edward provides vistas that vary from the serenity of the adjacent valley to the resplendence of the Toronto downtown skyline!
In addition to protecting you as a tenant, you will find protection specific to retirement homes. The Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority (RHRA) regulates, inspects, and licenses senior communities in the province of Ontario. It ensures that you live in a safe and equitable environment. On another hand, the Ontario Retirement Community Association (ORCA) is a voluntary organization. Retirement homes with rentals join ORCA to demonstrate that they provide you with the best possible services and care, following ORCA's high standards of operational excellence in the sector. Before choosing a retirement home rental in Toronto, it gives you more peace of mind to identify if it is a member of ORCA.
Things to Consider Prior to Signing a Lease
- Review the whole building and property to be sure it meets your standards of cleanliness and security.
- Think about how appealing the building is for visitors, your children and grandchildren.
- Inquire about tenant insurance.
- Ask the landlord about improving your rental unit (for example, installing new carpet).
- Ask whether the landlord is planning any major changes or construction projects.
- Read the fine print of your lease or rental agreement.
- Ask how much you can bring with you.
Living in Toronto
Toronto has something for everyone. If you are an active adult, you will enjoy Toronto’s lively downtown core. Those with interests in art, history, sports, or general culture will love living in Toronto. Seniors who are seeking relaxation often appreciate the noise that they hear from the streets. One resident explained, "The street noise makes me feel like I am never alone."