Merchandise Lofts sub-penthouse in Toronto sells for $983,000

CITYPLACE

Location: 70 Queens Wharf Road, Unit 2601,

Bathurst St. and Fort York Blvd.

Ask for a price: $599,800

Sale price: $720,000

Previous sale price: $325,000 (2018)

Cut: approximately 579 square feet

Car park: no space, one locker owned

Maintenance fees: $443.82 per month

Taxes: $2,077 (2021)

Bedrooms: 1 plus 1

Bathrooms : 1

Sold: January 26/22. Firm: March 22/22.

This condo unit sold for 120% of the listing price in eight days.

“This sunny condo suite has a functional layout and panoramic views of the city and Lake Ontario. Other highlights include laminate floors, a large den that can be used as an office, and a kitchen with stone countertops,” says listing agent Reza Afshar.

The building is close to shopping, restaurants, Billy Bishop Airport, Garrison Common, Fort York Historic Site, Little Norway Park, Toronto Musical Garden, Lake Ontario, public transportation and access to the Gardiner Expwy.

Building amenities include 24-hour concierge, guest suites, gym, indoor pool, media room, party/meeting room, and visitor parking.

70 Queens Wharf Road.  #2601

The unit has: laminate floors; living room with bay window and exit to balcony; dining room; kitchen with built-in appliances and backsplash; master bedroom with double wardrobe and large window; separate den.

Listing agent: Reza Afshar, Royal Lepage Terrequity Portfolio Realty, Brokerage, 416-888-7367; www.SellingTorontoCondos.com

CHURCH & GERRARD

Location: 155 Dalhousie Street, Unit 1052,

Church and Dundas Sts.

Ask for a price: $995,000

Sale price: $983,000

Previous sale price: $239,471 (2001)

Cut: approximately 1,220 square feet

Car park: owned underground space, owned locker

Maintenance fees: $929.02 per month

Taxes: $3,549 (2021)

Bedrooms: 2 plus 1

Bathrooms : 2

Sold: January 17/22. Firm: March 15/22.

155 Dalhousie Street #1052

Selling for 99% of the listing price in seven days, this condo unit is on the lower level of the sub-penthouse in the Merchandise Lofts building.

“This suite of brick-and-mortar loft-converted condos features an open concept, with over 11 1/2-foot ceilings, polished concrete flooring, large south-facing windows, and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. explains listing agent Paul Maranger.

The building is close to shops, restaurants, schools, Ryerson University, the Eaton Center, a hospital and public transport.

Building facilities include concierge, gym, indoor pool, party/meeting room, roof terrace/garden and sauna.

155 Dalhousie Street #1052

The unit has: polished concrete floors; fireplace with three-piece bathroom; living room with large window; dining room; kitchen with granite countertops; master bedroom with sliding doors and adjoining four-piece bathroom; second bedroom with laminate flooring, sliding doors and built-in bookcase; boudoir with floating floor; three piece bathroom.

Listing agents: Paul Maranger, Christian Vermast and Lindy Goodman, Sotheby’s International Realty Canada, Brokerage, 416-960-9995; www.paulandchristianassociates.com.

155 Dalhousie Street #1052
What They Got: Condos is compiled by freelance contributor Allison Harness, a Toronto-based real estate writer, from publicly available information. Send recent home sales to [email protected] Not all submissions can be used.

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