Condomonium: $1.3 million for a three-bedroom suite in Chris Bosh’s old building
ADDRESS: 2045 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Unit 3804
AGENT: Irene Goodman, Regency Park Realty
THE PLACE: A 3-bedroom suite in the Palace Pier condos. This tower was built in the 1970s on nine acres of private parkland by the lake. The address has attracted a number of luxury-lovers, including Chris Bosh during his stint with the Toronto Raptors.
BRAGGING RIGHTS: Palace Pier is practically its own self-contained (and high-flying) city. For the physically fit, there are tennis courts and a putting green; for the social, there’s an in-house restaurant and a nightclub on the roof. There’s also on-site groceries and a shuttle bus to Union Station on weekdays (and other city locations on weekends).
BIG SELLING POINT: Wet bars tend to get installed in living or dining spaces, but having one in the office makes a certain amount of practical sense. What person working at home in the evening doesn’t want a drink?
POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: The maintenance fees may be too high for buyers who aren’t looking for perks like valet parking or shuttle service.
BY THE NUMBERS:
• 3,305 square feet
• $2,807.83 in monthly maintenance fees
• 75 halogen pot lights
• 38 floors up
• 3 bedrooms
• 3 bathrooms
• 2 parking spaces
• 1 office
• 1 electric fireplace