The most recent figures from the Toronto Real Estate Board put the average price of a condo in the 416 at $471,256. That’s nothing compared to the list prices for the following 10 suites, the most expensive condos for sale in the city in early December.
10. 36 Hazelton Avenue, Unit 4A
Maintenance fees: $2,681.29
For those who don’t care for the high-rise lifestyle, this gallery-like unit in a seven storey condo building at 36 Hazelton offers a modern, open-concept floorplan — and it won’t take a lengthy elevator ride to get to the front door.
9. 10 Bellair Street, Unit 608
Maintenance fees: $5,100
Impress guests early on with the regal foyer that leads into the rest of this opulent residence. Or just tell them about all the services residents here have access to: in-house car detailing, cut-steel handbag restoration and dog walking are a few.
Maintenance fees: $1,841,48
Look out over the shores of Lake Ontario while taking a dip in the sky pool inside this unit, part of the Palatial Suites collection, which crowns the waterfront Success Tower.
7. The Residences of Windsor Arms, Unit 12A
Neighbourhood: Bay Street Corridor
Maintenance fees: $3,954.26
Want to live above a historic five-star hotel? Better yet, want to have everyday access to its valet, room service and concierge service from the comfort of home? This 3,800-square-foot suite may be your dream condo, then.
6. 100 Yorkville at Bellair by Invar Building Corporation, Penthouse 1
Maintenance fees: $6,482.80
Mount Sinai Hospital’s earliest location, 100 Yorkville has evolved into a condo and townhome development, including this marble-heavy penthouse. Lots of extras are thrown in: a Miele steamer, Bowers-Wilkins speakers, Creston home automation and more.
Maintenance fees: $6,732.68
The two-storey MuseumHouse penthouse provides unobstructed views of local landmarks including the Royal Ontario Museum, hence the development’s name (check out this photo tour to see the views for yourself). It’s also in a boutique 19-floor building that contains just 25 neighbouring units.
4. Four Seasons Hotel and Residences by Lifetime Developments and Menkes Developments Ltd., Unit 2401
Maintenance fees: $4,274.51
The terrace alone for this Four Seasons unit is 2,000 square feet, so while the owner will have to live without a backyard, there’s a good reason to believe they won’t miss it.
Maintenance fees: $5,825.34
Back in May, this was the most expensive unit on the market. At the time listed for $15.8 million, the sellers have since slashed the price for this unit. It still offers the same Venetian Plaster, marble, mother of pearl inlay, though.
2. Four Seasons Hotel and Residences by Lifetime Developments and Menkes Developments Ltd., Unit 5401
Maintenance fees: $4,282.24
No need to book the party room here. The sub-penthouse of Toronto’s Four Seasons has its own media room, pairing well with its wine cellar.
1. Hazelton Hotel Condos by Lifetime Developments and Menkes Developments Ltd., Unit 703
Maintenance fees: $8,524
Commonly, moving into a condo means downsizing. At the very least, whoever moves into this four-bedroom unit shouldn’t feel cramped. There are nine rooms and six balconies within with this 6,300-square-foot suite.