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Condo of the Week: $1.4 million for a Regent Park penthouse with a skyline view up top and a rock-climbing cave down below

This 1,300-square-foot home has three bedrooms, a walkthrough pantry, floor-to-ceiling windows, a funky colour palette and a jumbo terrace

By Alex Cyr| Photography by Lockbox Media
Condo of the Week: $1.4 million for a Regent Park penthouse with a skyline view up top and a rock-climbing cave down below

Neighbourhood: Regent Park Price: $1,418,000 Size: 1,369 square feet Bedrooms: 2 + 1 Bathrooms: 2 Parking spots: 1 Real estate agents: Michael Prior, The Prior Group


The place

A two-storey loft with a private, 605-square-foot terrace with striking city views. Located on the 27th floor of The Wyatt—one of the east end’s newest towers—this condo is directly across the street from the Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre and is within walking distance of Allan Gardens, Cabbagetown and Riverdale Park. It’s also close to a half dozen streetcar lines and bus routes, and is a two-minute drive from the Don Valley Parkway.

The history

The current owner bought this place pre-construction, taking residency in 2019. Since then, she’s upgraded the unit, adding a wet bar on the main floor, a 10-person banquette for the dining area and Siri-activated smart-home tech throughout.

The tour

The complex’s technicolour façade connects a cluster of businesses, including Le Beau Crossanterie, Wine Rack, F45 Training and Scotiabank.

This Condo of the Week overlooks the Dundas East streetscape.

In the penthouse, split stairs separate the foyer from the living quarters.

The foyer is separate from the unit, with its own staircase.

The main level has 10-foot ceilings and west-facing, floor-to-ceiling windows.

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This Regent Park condo has an open-concept living, dining and kitchen area.

Here’s a closer look at the living area. Its blinds are voice-activated.

Those living-area blinds are voice activated.

The marine blue kitchen is equipped with a two-seat island, an electric cooktop, plenty of storage and a tiled backsplash.

The dining area has a view of the skyline.

A reverse angle shows off the stainless steel oven, double-wide fridge and designer light fixture hanging over the dining table.

The kitchen is blue and loaded with appliances.

The custom banquette makes family-style meals a breeze.

The open-concept space in full view.

Now the walkthrough pantry, with marble counters, a wine fridge and more storage.

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The mess room has more storage, plus a wine fridge.

Back by the stairs is this bathroom with snazzy wallpaper.

The secondary bathroom continues the blue theme.

The main bedroom faces east with views of the Port Lands. It also comes with an ensuite bathroom.

Funky wallpaper makes the room.

Here’s that ensuite, with Zellige floor tiles.

There's a glass shower in the ensuite bathroom.

This is the second bedroom, currently set up as an office. That’s a Murphy bed on the left.

This is the secondary bedroom, currently set up as an office.

The view from the terrace may be the home’s best feature.

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The huge patio is ideal for dinner parties.

Another look at the skyline.

The view from the patio is striking.

Just above the terrace is the building’s green roof, which collects excess rainwater and provides habitat for birds and insects.

The complex comes with its own green roof.

As for the shared amenities, there’s a 24-hour concierge, a gym, a yoga studio, a pet spa and this Skittles-y rock-climbing cave.

Rare in Toronto condo amenities: a rock-climbing wall.

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