What kind of apartment does $10K get you in Toronto?
Apartment rentals in Toronto that come in at $10,000 a month or more are reserved for a very small class of people. You have to have deep pockets but also a good reason for not buying a place given how quickly rent costs add up. What's perhaps most surprising about this category of apartments is that they're not that amazing. For that price, I'd want an experience shower at least.
Find out what kind of an apartment $10K or more gets you in Toronto.
$18,000 to live atop Mink Mile
The Manulife Centre is one of Toronto's most elegant concrete buildings. And while the Brutalist tower might be considered dated, this suite is the epitome of modern luxury at 2,685 square feet on the 48th floor. If only there was a balcony.
Move on if... You don't like concrete.
$14,000 to be the king of the Bellair
If you're willing/able to fork over $14,000 a month to reside at 10 Bellair in Yorkville you'll get two balconies, two fireplaces, two parking spots, but thankfully four washrooms. More seriously, this 3,000 square foot suite is the epitome of swank.
Move on if... You'll never use the golf simulator.
$15,000 to say you live in Trump Tower
If the thought of dining at America Restaurant on a weekly basis appeals to you, this suite might be right up your alley. It's tastefully finished, but you wouldn't exactly call it sprawling for the price. That said, you do get 11 foot ceilings, Miele appliances, and a private elevator.
Move on if... You don't support Trump's immigration policies.
$11,000 to live in the Four Seasons
The Four Seasons is home to Toronto's most expensive condo unit. But, hey, if you can't afford to buy here, there's still the option of showing what a player you are by breaking the bank on a monthly rental. It'll cost you $132,000 a year, but you'll get a swank kitchen, a lovely terrace, and two parking spots for your pimp rides. "Please include phone number in email! Thanks!"
Move on if... You don't like giving out your phone number to strangers.
$11,000 to have the best view of the ROM
Museum House is one of Toronto's most elite condo addresses. The 19-storey building is understated from the outside, but home to some absolutely stunning units, including this one. The view across the ROM and U of T is stunning, as is the library and the direct elevator to the suite.
Move on if... You can't stomach the idea of paying Hydro on a $11,000 suite.
$10,000 to be John Tory's neighbour
You can live beside the mayor at One Bedford if you've got a hefty rent budget. This 2,000 square foot suite comes with two bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as one hell of a view from the dining room table. It's the perfect spot for an unbelievably rich U of T student.
Move on if... You voted for Doug Ford.
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