$902,500 in West Queen West, $676,900 in the Entertainment District: What these condos got | The Star


Location: 993 Queen St. W., Unit 314,

Queen and Shaw Sts.

Asking price: $849,800


Previous selling price: N/A

Size: about 1,000 sq. ft.

Parking: no space, no locker



Maintenance fees: $439.25 per month

Sold: June 07/19. Closing: September 02/19.

This condo suite in a downtown Toronto midrise building sold in one day for 106 per cent of the listing price.

“Located in the historic Candy Factory Lofts, this suite features 13-ft. Douglas fir-beamed ceilings, exposed brick, arched windows, and an open concept design. In addition, the building is dog-friendly,” says listing agent Ira Jelinek.

The building is walking distance to trendy shops, restaurants, public transit, and places of entertainment. It is also steps to Trinity-Bellwoods Park which has a community centre, a pool, a playground, tennis courts, an ice rink and a off-leash dog area. As well, it is near schools, Toronto Western Hospital and access to the Gardiner Expressway.

Amenities in the building include a 24-hour concierge, an exercise room, a party/meeting room, a guest suite and visitor parking.

Unit has: open concept living and dining areas with hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows; kitchen with island/breakfast bar and hardwood floor; bedroom with hardwood floor; four-piece bathroom.

Listing agent: Ira David Jelinek, Harvey Kalles Real Estate, Brokerage, 416-464-1022; www.agentira.com


Location: 125 Peter St., Unit 1411,

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Spadina Ave. and Queen St. W.

Asking price: $589,900

Previous selling price: $355,000 (2013)

Size: about 610 sq. ft.

Maintenance fees: $370.05 per month

Taxes: $2,378 (2018)

Bedrooms: 1 plus 1

Sold: May 27/19. Closing: August 20/19.

Selling for 115 per cent of the listing price in 11 days, this condo suite is located steps to Toronto’s trendy Queen St. W.

“The buyer of this unit is a long-time client of ours. He purchased it for his daughter who had just graduated and has recently started working downtown. This affordable suite fit her criteria as it has a full kitchen and a bedroom with a window,” says buyer’s agent Pierre Carapetian.

The building is walking distance to shopping, restaurants, nightclubs, parks, Chinatown, OCAD University, TIFF Bell Lightbox, and the subway.

Amenities in the building include a concierge, a gym, a media room, a party/meeting room, a rooftop deck/garden with a barbecue, a billiard/games room, and a guest suite.

Unit has: combined living room and dining room with walk-out to the balcony and hardwood floors; kitchen with quartz counters and stainless steel appliances; den with hardwood floor; master bedroom with hardwood floor and closet; four-piece bathroom.

Buyer’s agent: Pierre Carapetian, Re/Max Hallmark Pierre Carapetian Group, Brokerage, 416-424-3434; www.pierrecarapetian.com

What They Got: Condos is compiled by freelance contributor Allison Harness, a Toronto-based real estate writer, from information that is publicly available. Send recent homes sales to soldhome@rogers.com. Not all submissions can be used.

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