New York Post | December 21, 2022
This luxe apartment might make a lot of deep-pocketed Americans sing, “O Canada!”
North America’s fourth largest city, Toronto (Gimme Shelter’s hometown), is a spectacular spot with tons of offer — but, as it’s increasingly become home to glassy residential towers, affordable housing is not one of those things.
And now, as the city continues its rise, there’s a new home to crown them all.
A pre-construction, 80th-floor apartment has listed for sale asking $25.65 million — $34.98 million in Canadian dollars — making it Toronto’s priciest on the market.
It’s located inside an 85-story building named The One, at 1 Bloor St. West, located in Toronto’s downtown core near the intersection of Bloor and Yonge — the latter being the longest street in Canada. It’s also steps from the city’s long-trendy Yorkville neighborhood — similar to New York’s Soho — that’s home to a number of luxury hotels, shops and upscale restaurants.
And at its 85-story stature, The One is also Canada’s tallest residential tower, created by Foster + Partners architects and Mizrahi Development.
The full-floor space is a two-unit combo spanning 8,758 square feet, with floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, and panoramic skyline views. The home includes a chef’s kitchen and a main bedroom suite with a spa-like bath.
Building amenities include a concierge, an infinity pool, a gym and an 8,200-square-foot garden terrace. Project renderings show open-concept living spaces, plush lounge areas and views of the city’s CN Tower and Lake Ontario.
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