For homebuyers with big budgets looking to buy one of Toronto’s more exclusive new condo suites, we compiled some of the most expensive condo buildings on the market now based on price per square foot.

If you have your eye on a new high-end condo in Forest Hill, Yorkville or the financial district, look no further. And, if you’re not quite ready to drop a couple million dollars on your next home and are here more for the luxe renderings — we’ve got you covered too.

200 Russell Hill

Developer: Hirsh Development Group
Price per square foot: $2,323
Priced from: $4,395,000

Only a handful of residences are still for sale at Hirsh Development Group’s intimate 22-unit project in Forest Hill. The stone building’s modern-meets-classic French architecture is paired with lush greenery of the nearby Nordheimer Ravine and proximity to Casa Loma. For a few million a pop, a unit here comes with designer interiors by Lori Morris, walnut hardwood flooring and optional decorative ceilings.

Fifty Scollard Condos

Developer: Lanterra Developments
Price per square foot: $2,316
Priced from: $1,360,900

Construction recently kicked off for this 41-storey project in Yorkville. For a million-dollar price tag, you wouldn’t expect anything less than the best condo amenities money can buy. Future residents will have access to conveniences like a chauffeured house car service, an exclusively stocked wine club and a fitness centre overlooking downtown’s Bay Street.

The One

Developer: Mizrahi Developments
Price per square foot: $2,095
Priced from: $2,219,900

Soon to be one of Canada’s tallest buildings, The One will top out at a whopping 85 storeys in early 2023. For a premium price, luxury buyers can customize the floorplan of their multi-storey penthouse whatever way they like. A tree-lined garden terrace, professional concierge and an infinity pool are a few of the amenities being touted in this project.

The Residences of 33 Yorkville

Developer: Cresford Development Corporation
Price per square foot: $2,057
Priced from: $3,389,900

These two towers taking over Yorkville Street are stocked with an abundance of amenities. On the eighth floor, the Sky Lobby hosts a plethora of social and fitness features, from the wine tasting room, to the outdoor pool deck and bowling room.

Avenue 151 Yorkville

Developer: Dash Developments Inc.
Price per square foot: $1,971
Priced from: $999,990

Construction is said to be wrapping up soon on this 10-storey building. The newly released penthouse floor plans exhibit open concept interiors and — in some units — curved terraces. Located on Davenport and Avenue Road, Avenue 151 Yorkville is enviably positioned at the intersection of the Annex, Summerhill and Yorkville neighbourhoods, bringing residents close to many dining, shopping and entertainment options.

Bungalow on Mercer

Developer: Kalovida Canada
Price per square foot: $1,963
Priced from: $2,080,000

Across 18 storeys, Bungalow on Mercer showcases a limited collection of just 13 full-floor units. Inside these large bungalow-in-the-sky residences, the interiors feature floor-to-ceiling windows and Poliform-designed kitchens with no supporting columns in sight. A storage locker and wine cellar for every residence is included in the purchase price.

King Toronto Condos

Developer: Westbank and Allied Properties
Price per square foot: $1,831
Priced from: $855,990

From the developers who brought you The Butterfly and Kingly Condos, comes one of Toronto’s most uniquely designed buildings in recent history. Arriving in the summer of 2023, this 514-unit development, imagined by the Demark design firm, Bjarke Ingels Group, will add event more new retail, cultural, residential and office spaces to an already flourishing King Street West. The community of four building ‘mountains’ shape an inner-courtyard that will feature public gathering areas perfect for farmer’s markets and community events.

One Forest Hill

Developer: North Drive
Price per square foot: $1,669
Priced from: $1,900,000

One Forest Hill’s timeless, classic architecture weaves seamlessly into the fabric of its prominent hilltop neighbourhood. Close to Rosedale and Yonge and Eglington, endless shopping, dining and cultural conveniences are only minutes away.

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