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Rental of the Week: $9,500 to live in a penthouse overlooking St. Lawrence Market

Located on the 25th floor, this 2,300-square-foot unit comes with four bathrooms, two parking spots and a humongous wrap-around terrace

By Alex Cyr| Photography by Helicopix Inc.
This rental is a three-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse in St. Lawrence.

Neighbourhood: St. Lawrence Agent: Kimberly Phinney, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Phinney Real Estate Price: $9,500 a month Size: 2,300 square feet Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 4 Parking spots: 2


The place

A three-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse occupying half of the 25th floor at Sixty Colborne, a luxury condo building that towers over King and Church. It comes with two parking spots, a locker and 800 square feet of terrace. With a stunning view of downtown’s east end, residents are within walking distance of St. Lawrence Market, Berczy Park’s famous dog fountain, the Financial District and Union Station.

The history

Completed in 2017, Sixty Colborne is the brainchild of Toronto architect Peter Clewes, known for designing the Thompson Hotel (now 1 Hotel Toronto) and Pier 27. The complex remains one of the city’s most expensive real estate properties per square foot. This penthouse has only ever had one owner, and realtor Kimberly Phinney says the place has drawn interest from professional athletes and high-earning businesspeople thanks to its size and location. 

The tour

Sixty Colborne is known for its angled façade.

This Toronto unit occupies half of the 25th floor of Sixty Colborne, a luxury condo building rising above the intersection of King and Church streets.

Tenancy comes with a range of amenities, like this 24-hour concierge in the swanky lobby as well as an exercise room and a rooftop pool. 

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Residents are within walking distance of St. Lawrence Market and Berczy Park's famous dog fountain, the Financial District and Union Station.

Now the actual unit: its wide foyer gives way to an open-concept space flooded with natural light.

Completed in 2017, Sixty Colborne is the brainchild of Toronto architect Peter Clewes.

That partition wall in the background separates the grand room from the kitchen and dining area.

The building remains one of the most expensive real estate ventures per square foot in Toronto

Here’s the space beyond the partition. There are floor-to-ceiling windows and hardwood flooring throughout the unit.

This opulent, south-east facing penthouse, owned by the same person since its construction, comes with two parking spaces

The dining room faces southeast—perfect for taking in the sunrise at breakfast and watching boats pass through the harbour.

This Rental of the Week at King and Church is going for $9,500 a month

This is the four-seat kitchen island, adorned with a waterfall quartz countertop. 

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This condo unit also has a locker and 800 square feet of terrace space.

Behind the island is a wall-to-wall kitchen equipped with a stainless steel oven, an electric Bosch cooktop and a huge panelled refrigerator from KitchenAid.

Realtor Kimberly Phinney says the condo's size, view, and location has made it popular with professional athletes and business people who enjoy an urban lifestyle.

The main bedroom faces north, with views of St. James Cathedral and the ever-growing skyline. It comes with an ensuite bathroom and a walk-in closet.

The main suite sits in the corner of the building and has floor-to-ceiling windows.

Here’s that walk-in closet, loaded with built-in storage.

The main suite's walk-in closet, with tons of built-in storage

The main ensuite has a double vanity with flat-panelled doors, chrome fixtures and a porcelain-tiled shower with a rainfall head.

The main ensuite has a double vanity among many amenities

The other bedrooms also have their own bathrooms and balconies.

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The guest wing is huge

This bedroom’s walk-in closet is the size of a studio apartment in other complexes.

Here's a walk-in closet with its own view of St. Lawrence

Here’s one of the matching guest bathrooms.

There's also a guest suite bathroom in this penthouse

Night views from the penthouse’s 800-square-foot terrace are a real treat. 

The of St. James Cathedral is stunning

Have a home that’s about to hit the market? Send your property to realestate@torontolife.com.  

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