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Condo of the Week: 90 Sumach Street

A loft penthouse in the former CBC prop warehouse building, this one-bed, one-bathroom condo comes with its own private rooftop terrace — one that just happens to be larger than the average downtown one-bed, one-bath apartment. Outfitted with a seven-person self-cleaning hot tub outside and a fancy spiral staircase leading indoors, this Corktown loft will surely impress guests, just as long as you can somehow slip in how much you paid.

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SPECS:

Address: 90 Sumach Street, #702
Price: $929,000
Square Footage: 1618
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Parking Spaces: 1
Private rooftop Terrace: 642 square feet
Monthly Maintenance: $665.23
Building Amenities: Visitor parking, party room

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NOTABLE FEATURES:

  • Spiral staircase
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Private rooftop terrace with 7-person Hydropools hot tub
  • Broadloom and concrete floors
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Walk-in closet
  • Heated bathroom floor
  • Built-in bookcase
  • South view
sumach street condo toronto

GOOD FOR:

Private midnight rooftop soaks, skyline-gazing, and those who own full-sized furniture. Good for those who appreciate natural light and raw floors, and hate interacting with fellow residents in common areas.

90 sumach street condo toronto

MOVE ON IF:

You think nearly $1 million should, at the very least, buy you two toilets. You're afraid of Corktown.

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If you had the dough, would you buy this home? Let us know where you stand in the comments below.


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