Condomonium: $1 million for a suite in a King West clock tower (round windows included)
ADDRESS: 700 King St. W., Unit 612
AGENTS: George, Frank and John Filntissis, Coldwell Banker Terrequity Realty
THE PLACE: A three-bedroom condo in the clock tower of a former King West office building. Converted into the Westside Lofts in 2001, the building is equipped with a gym, a sauna and a rooftop patio.
BRAGGING RIGHTS: In an ingenious move, the developer turned the faces of both clocks into windows. They’re perfect portholes for looking out over the city (one frames the CN Tower perfectly), and they add tons of visual interest to the living space.
BIG SELLING POINT: At 2,000 square feet, this condo is spacious—and it feels even larger, thanks to 11.5-foot ceilings left over from its past life as an office building.
POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: Living here, you won’t be able to credibly use the “lost track of time” excuse if you’re running late.
BY THE NUMBERS:
• 2000 square feet
• $1,147.32 in monthly maintenance fees
• 11.5-foot ceilings
• 8 x 15 storage locker
• 3 bedrooms
• 2 bathrooms
• 1 parking space