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Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum

Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
The first 10 stories of the Renaissance Plaza are commercial spaces, while the residences start on the 11th floor. Building amenities include an indoor pool, an outdoor terrace, a gym, a 24-hour concierge and valet parking

ADDRESS: 175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1110

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Yorkville

AGENT: Irena Elina, Royal LePage

PRICE: $1,275,000

THE PLACE: A two-bedroom suite in the Renaissance Plaza. One of the earlier Yorkville condos, the building was built in the early 1980s, but the owner recently overhauled this unit to bring it into a more modern (and glassy) era.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: When your rooftop terrace overlooks the Royal Ontario Museum and the new Four Seasons Tower and your front door is a block from Tiffany’s, it’s hard not to feel at the centre of all things cultured and luxurious.

BIG SELLING POINT: The main living space is spacious and well planned. We imagine evenings flowing logically from the bar in the kitchen to the dining area (with a conveniently long buffet), and then over to the pristine white living room. Plus, this main area includes a massive desk so work-from-home types can stay within grasping distance of the coffee maker.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: Some of the extras could be considered drawbacks—not everyone wants a television in the bathroom or a toilet that needs a remote control.

Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum
Condomonium: $1.3 million for a fully upgraded suite across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum

BY THE NUMBERS:
• $1,275,000
• $400,000 in upgrades
• 1,692 square feet
• $1,506.28 in monthly maintenance fees
• 11 floors up
• 2 bedrooms
• 2 bathrooms

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