36 Hazelton Avenue

Condo of the week: 36 Hazelton Avenue

36 Hazelton Avenue is a two bedroom, three bathroom suite in the heart of Yorkville. With an asking of $5,500,000, the new listing is timely for a spring sale, one of the hottest times to sell in the city's soaring condo market.

36 Hazelton Avenue

A project by Quadrangle Architects, the boutique seven-storey building was constructed on the former site of a school, keeping its original net-gothic architecture and featuring 20 private residences with in-suite elevators and underground parking.

36 Hazelton Avenue

The development gained media attention, largely thanks to potential celebrity buyer Mark Wahlberg who was rumoured to have purchased the seventh floor penthouse for $12 million.

36 Hazelton Avenue

While the buzz turned out to be false, it would have been interesting to have Marky Mark and his entourage as your next door neighbour.

36 Hazelton Avenue

SPECS

36 Hazelton Avenue

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Multi-levels
  • Fireplace
  • Private elevator
  • Wine fridge
  • Balcony
  • Amenities like a wine bar and car wash
36 Hazelton Avenue

GOOD FOR

Wine connoisseurs. The building offers VIP amenities like a residence-only tasting room and wine cellar, a holistic area (whatever that means), and even a dog washing station.

36 Hazelton Avenue

MOVE ON IF

You need more outdoor space. You're shelling out $5.5 million and the unremarkable balcony basically overlooks a brick wall. Let's just say the Views from the Six are not stellar.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

36 Hazelton Avenue


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Worth the asking? Have your say in the comments.

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