What Toronto rentals look like greatly depends on which neighbourhood in the 6ix you're hunting in.
A North York apartment is going to offer you more space for your buck than a similar priced one downtown.
So if you're willing to move out of the downtown core, you might be able to find something a little nicer.
Here is what $1,500 will get you in neighbourhoods across the city.
One-Bedroom Apartment In The Beaches
Address: 737 Kingston Rd., Toronto, ON
Description: This spacious apartment is only a 10-minute walk to the beach and there is laundry on-site.
Casa Loma Pad
Address: 1217 Bathurst St., Toronto, ON
Description: The is the ideal spot for anyone who dreams of living close to one of Toronto's most iconic landmarks.
While it may not be the most spacious unit, you do get it to yourself.
Address: 1388 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON
Description: An incredibly modern apartment in Roncevalles that even comes with a bathtub.
Corso Italia Basement Apartment
Address: 1968 Dufferin St., Toronto, ON
Description: Exposed brick, bright atmosphere, and plenty of space. A rare gem in the city's Corso Italia neighbourhood.
Address: 215 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON
Description: If you're female and you don't mind sharing this high-end Queen Street pad with a roommate, you're in.
If you're looking for something on your own, this area is harder to find something in the $1,500 price range.
Private Bloor Room
Address: 360 Bloor St. E., Toronto, ON
Description: You'll get to live in the heart of the city in a 1,400 square feet apartment. All you have to do is put up with a roommate.