The Most Expensive Condos Sold in Toronto in the Past Month

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441 - 43 Hanna Avenue/Zoocasa

Even a global pandemic can’t stop activity in Toronto’s real estate market.

In fact, while sales and new listings were down across the board in Toronto last month, activity in the luxury market remained hot in the past month, with gorgeous spaces throughout the city continuing to sell.

READ: These Toronto Neighbourhoods Saw Condo Prices Impacted the Most During COVID

Once again, we’ve teamed up with our friends at Zoocasa and MLS to track down the most expensive condos sold in Toronto in the past month. These condos are all worth between a cool $1.77 and $3.95 million dollars, showcasing the best our city has to offer in luxurious locations, amenities, and design.

It is interesting to note that all but one of the listing prices for these properties dropped while on the market.

Read on to learn more about the five most expensive condos sold in Toronto between April 15 and May 15.

5. 2102 – 30 Wellington Street East: Sold for $1.77 million (initially listed for $1.85 million)

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2102 – 30 Wellington Street East/Zoocasa
  • Bedrooms: 2+ 1
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Size: 1800-1999 sq ft.
  • Parking: 1 spot

It’s hard to imagine apartments of this size and with these views are actually available in Toronto. This spacious penthouse has south and east-facing views and overlooks Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence Market, and the Berczy Park fountain. The fully renovated unit has two large bedrooms with custom closets, a library, a stunning kitchen, and a grand living room with a fireplace.

4. 2802 – 183 Wellington Street West: Sold for $2.15 million (initially listed for $2.18)

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2802 – 183 Wellington Street West/Zoocasa
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Size: 1400-1599 sq ft.
  • Parking spot: 1

You’ll be living the life of luxury in this spacious penthouse in the covetable Ritz Carlton. Complete with hardwood floors, a gas fireplace, 10-foot ceilings, and floor to ceiling windows, this suite offers gorgeous, unobstructed views of the city skyline.

3. 441 – 43 Hanna Avenue: Sold for $2.3 million (initially listed for $2.5 million)

441 – 43 Hanna Avenue/Zoocasa
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Size: 2750–2999 sq. ft
  • Parking spot: 1

First of all, there’s so much room for activities in this stunning three-floor penthouse loft. Complete with nearly 20-foot ceilings, a spacious kitchen, a closet bigger than most bedrooms, and wait for it, a rooftop terrace with an outdoor shower and plenty of space for entertaining guests.

2. 3401 – 50 Yorkville Avenue: Sold for $3.9 million (initially listed for $3.89 million)

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3401 – 50 Yorkville Avenue/Zoocasa
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Size: 1800–1999 sq. ft
  • Parking spot: 2

As far as luxurious condos go, this residence is pretty spectacular. Located in Toronto’s prestigious Yorkville neighbourhood, the suite has its own private elevator, a private terrace, marble and hardwood flooring throughout, and stunning west facing views thanks to sprawling floor-to-ceiling windows. Oh, plus if you ever feel too lazy to cook or clean, since the suite is in the Four Seasons Residence, there is in-suite dining and housekeeping available.

1. Ph1404 – 29 Queens Quay East: Sold for $3.95 million (initially listed for $4.65 million)

Ph1404 – 29 Queens Quay East/Zoocasa
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Size: 4000–4249 sq. ft
  • Parking spot: 2

Photos really don’t do this penthouse justice. This four-bedroom suite is large enough to house a sports team and has breathtaking unobstructed west, south, north, and east facing views of both Lake Ontario and the city. With over 4000 sq.ft of living space, this palatial unit has two balconies, two double-sided gas fireplaces, a fully upgraded kitchen, and so much more.

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