The 6 most expensive condos for sale in Toronto
Single family homes aren't the only expensive pieces of property in Toronto. Our city's filled with swanky condo that soar well above the $5 million mark. If you're willing to shell out big money for your corner of the sky, or just want to lust after a gorgeous abode, take a peek at these units that are currently on the market.
From lowest to highest, here are the most expensive condos for sale right now in Toronto.
#6002 180 University Avenue - $9,000,000
For $9 million, you can live at the edge Financial District in this 4,400 square foot space inside the Shangri-La Hotel. It has three bedrooms, five bathrooms and four terraces as well as panoramic views of the Toronto skyline.
PH1 80 Yorkville Avenue - $12,900,000
This penthouse unit is right in the heart of Yorkville. It includes 5,600 square feet of living space, four bedrooms, four bathroom and a state-of-the-art kitchen - basically, you never have to leave.
#5002 50 Yorkville Avenue - $13,000,000
It seems like there are plenty of units available in the Four Seasons, so perhaps this one is what you're looking for? Along with stunning views of the 6ix, it features three bedrooms, four bathrooms and $5,102.39 in maintenance fees.
#2401 50 Yorkville Avenue - $13,495,000
With three bedrooms, huge windows and more than 5,000 square feet of living space, this unit in the Four Seasons is what dreams are made of. It also has a 2,000 square foot patio making it perfect for summertime soirees.
PH3 88 Davenport Road - $13,750,000
If you want to live the penthouse life in Yorkville, you're going to have to pay - seriously, the maintenance fees for this unit in the Florian are $5,825.34 per month. But this two storey unit includes sweeping views of the city as well as four parking spaces, so perhaps it's worth it.
#5401 50 Yorkville Avenue - $14,900,000
For nearly $15 million, you can cozy up in the sub penthouse at Toronto's luxurious Four Seasons Hotel. This ultra modern pad isn't as over-the-top as you'd think, but it features multi-coloured accents, so it's definitely not for everyone.
Any of these worth the asking price? Let us know in the comments.
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