Condo of the Week: $2.8 million for a suite with two terraces in an exclusive Wellington Street building
Address: 500 Wellington Street West, Unit 301
Neighbourhood: Waterfront Communities-The Island
Agent: Kate Matheson and Jordan Grosman, Forest Hill Real Estate Inc., Brokerage
The Place: A two-bedroom suite in an upscale King West building built by developer Peter Freed (who was briefly tempted to move in).
Bragging Rights: Exclusivity. The development has only 10 storeys and 15 units, which means no floor has more than two suites.
Big Selling Point: With two separate south-facing terraces, you can indulge in the summertime luxury of sunbathing in solitude.
Possible Deal Breaker: The pillars have a modern look, but some buyers may still find them a little too reminiscent of ancient Greek temples.
By the Numbers:
• 3,515 square feet
• $1,951.17 in monthly maintenance fees
• 10-foot ceilings
• 3 bathrooms
• 2 bedrooms
• 2 private terraces
• 1 private elevator
• 1 gas fireplace
• 1 parking spot
• 1 storage locker
12 thoughts on “Condo of the Week: $2.8 million for a suite with two terraces in an exclusive Wellington Street building”
Where are these “marble pillars”? Encased inside of the polished.concrete.columns?
Always encouraging when people involving themselves in multi-million dollar real-estate listings unveil themselves as to not having a clue about the fundamental materials and assemblies of buildings. Did the previous owner of the condo opt for the ‘rust-proofing’ upgrade, too?
I always wondered who lived in that one with the treadmill surrounded by all the flowers. Turns out it’s no one.
Or you could go the 8th floor and get wrap around windows http://sothebysrealty.ca/en/property/ontario/greater-toronto-area-real-estate/toronto/31108/
The photos are rather inconclusive in positively determining the column materials. Have you seen the unit in person to establish your “polished concrete column” claim?
To the realtor-> really subpar presentation ( at least for useful information ) of this property on your site, incorrect URL to the virtual tour: http://http://gpphotoca.zenfolio.com/p66675906?slideshow=1;
I hope you aren’t serious?
a) You seem to be ‘that guy’ that needs to chime-in on every TL real-estate listing. One would hope you’d at least have the breadth of knowledge to know how involved and unrealistic such a substitution would be in multi-unit residential construction?
b) You can clearly see the horizontal banding caused by the Sonotube form in the Realtor’s listing (evidence to “establish” my claim). Pop over and compare that w/ the untreated columns in Graham’s listing below.
Looks like they/she pulled the word marble. Buck-up, Victoria ;)!
never was serious, just a difference in opinion coupled with a crappy monitor ;p
2.8 million to live 100 meters from where 2 men were gun down and killed!?!!!??
They should have thrown in a bullet proof vest given what happen 100 yards away last week.
Also…..if a “building” remains HALF SOLD after one year maybe its overpriced? Maybe?
C’mon stop this fear mongering…this is a great neighborhood and Wellington street in particular is a historic, heritage street with a European feel. This shooting was an isolated incident, and really, unfortunately the shootings are happening all over the city, so where do you move now… you have this problem even in the suburbs. The whole area is undergoing a sort of a renaissance with a new Whole Foods store opening up in a couple of years, an upscale mall (as per RioCan), hotel, new restaurants etc. In a meantime with all new development in the area the number of clubs is decreasing.
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