Who lives where at the Four Seasons Hotel Residences

Who lives where at the Four Seasons Hotel Residences

Toronto condo dwellers have no shortage of buildings to choose from. But, for the city’s wealthiest Internet moguls, old-money heirs and crazy-rich execs, few are as alluring as Yorkville’s Four Seasons, a sleek two-tower complex with sprawling suites, private elevators and an on-site brasserie run by Daniel Boulud. Here, a peek inside one of the city’s priciest condos—and what some residents paid to get in.

The penthouse

The entire 55th floor is one 9,000-square-foot penthouse—the most expensive condo ever sold in Canada. It’s also currently a bargaining chip in a high-stakes divorce between its owners: online advertising tycoon Robert Oesterlund and his estranged wife, Sarah Pursglove, who furnished it with gold-leaf ceilings and a $12,000 taxidermied lion.

Floor 52

Israeli-Canadian bajillionaire and PokerStars co-founder Isai Scheinberg shares a 3,500-square-foot suite with his wife, Dora.

Floor 50

Philanthropist Sheldon Inwentash, the namesake of U of T’s faculty of social work, owns a suite with his wife, Lynn Factor. They hired luxe designer Brian Gluckstein to outfit the 4,500-square-foot space.

Floor 48

Rogers CFO Anthony Staffieri owns a 3,500-square-foot unit with two balconies.

Floor 47

Paul Godfrey bought this 3,500-square-foot unit in April 2013.

Floor 46

Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock has a scenic view of the Rosedale Ravine from his 2,600-square-foot suite.

Floor 45

Luxury realtor Elise Kalles snapped up a posh suite for herself: a 3,500-square-foot space.

Floor 39

Department store heir John Craig Eaton II owns a unit a bit lower down.

Floor 36

Harold Niman—big-ticket divorce lawyer (see Sarah Pursglove)—has a suite.

Floor 34

Big-shot Angolan banker Álvaro Sobrinho has a 2,500-square-foot place. He tried to sell it for $4.1 million in September, but there were no takers.

Floor 25

Film studio overlord Paul Bronfman purchased a $3.83-million suite in September 2013, bought the unit next door a few months later, then got a permit to combine them into a superunit.

Photographs: Godfrey by Erin Leydon; Kalles, Babcock and Bronfman by Getty Images

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