15 Beverley Street

Condo of the week: 15 Beverley Street

15 Beverley Street is a modern three bedroom, two bathroom penthouse overlooking Queen West. Urban living doesn't come cheap anymore (if it ever did), but at $1.6 million, this luxury condo maximizes outdoor space with a rooftop pool, large terrace, and shared sundecks.

Designed by the Toronto-based CORE Architects, the newly built 12 Degrees Condominiums is a mostly glass structure, 11-storeys high. The transparent building is topped by an impressive cantilevered glass penthouse, including this suite, spanning 1,585 square feet with a wrap-around terrace.

15 Beverley Street

15 Beverley St. might sound familiar to those die-hard Frank Gehry fans. The controversial development was built on the site of the famous architect's childhood home, and while the community initially opposed the demolition, Gehry, himself, didn't seem to care.

15 Beverley Street

SPECS

15 Beverley Street

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Third bedroom with walkout balcony
  • 550 square foot terrace with BBQ hookup
  • Outdoor pool
  • Fitness studio
15 Beverley Street

GOOD FOR

Art lovers. The city block includes some impressive art and design staples including the Art Gallery of Ontario and the nearby tabletop design of OCAD. It's also about a 10 minute walk away from the heart of the Financial District.

15 Beverley Street

MOVE ON IF

You need more bathrooms or a second parking spot. $1.6 million buys you just two bathrooms (including the ensuite) and a single compact underground spot.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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Would you live in this Queen West condo? Have your say in the comments.

Thanks to Bosley Real Estate Ltd, Brokerage for sponsoring our House of the Week. All content and editorial selected and written by blogTO.


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