Condos are often how first-time homebuyers break into expensive property markets due to their relative affordability. These units are another story. Here are five of the most expensive Toronto condos available for sale as of August 13th, 2019.
The price: $8,100,000
The condo: The Bridle Path area is known for jaw-dropping mansions, including rapper Drake’s faux chateau. Not far away, this unit boasts condo convenience with a prestigious address. It’s about 5,400 square feet of luxe living, including a walnut-panelled office and four bedrooms, most of which have terrace access.
The price: $7,988,000
The condo: There will be no awkward elevator silences for the owners of suite 602 in the historic Hazelton Hotel and Residences. Ride the private elevator up to this massive 4,240-square-foot condo. The Hazelton is the definition of boutique: there are only 16 residences in the building, which also still operates as a hotel — and that’s good news for residents, who are able to take advantage of world-class hospitality and amenities, including a spa.
The price: $7,250,000
The condo: Condos compete with their amenities, but for residents of 16 Harbour, Lake Ontario and its vibrant waterfront are their playground. This two-storey, three-bedroom penthouse occupies the 54th and 55th floors of Pinnacle’s Success Tower. The roughly 4,500-square-foot unit has the added bonus of a private indoor sky pool.
The price: $6,895,000
The condo: Twelve-foot ceilings, a two-sided fireplace, and a giant terrace: there’s a lot to like about this Yorkville penthouse. It’s 4,580 square feet, and has floor-to-ceiling windows to take in all the action unfolding in one of the country’s most expensive neighbourhoods for real estate and retail.
The price: $6,280,000
The condo: This unit is a blank canvas perched atop Tridel and Hines’ recently completed thirteen-storey Aqualina development on the shores of Lake Ontario. The suite has 3,146 square feet of living space and almost as much terrace space.
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