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    Luxury Condos in Toronto - Our Top Picks!

    Written By Robert Van Rhijn

    Our Top 25 Luxury Condos in Toronto

    Meriam – Webster defines luxury as: “a condition of abundance or great ease and comfort.” While we don’t disagree with this definition, we feel the word “baller” might have been more concise. Luxury condos are extravagant, with generous layouts and opulent finishes. And because it can be hard locating the best luxury condos for sale in a city as large as Toronto, we’ve compiled a list of the top 25 based on square footage and price.

    25. The Europa - 308 Palmerston Ave

    25 - The Europa at 308 Palmerston Avenue - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number25

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,043

    - Condo Demand: Average

    - About: The Europa has 7 storeys and houses 113 units. The building was completed in 2007 by Graywood & Beaverhall Homes. 308 Palmerston Avenue is located in the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood, in the West End area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Some buyers might recognize the name Europa from Greek mythology, while others will know it as one of Jupiter’s 79 moons. But anyone who lives at The Europa will forever associate the name with one of the most luxurious condos in the west end of Toronto. Granite countertops, hardwood floors, and stainless steel appliances are found in every suite. And unlike many of the box-like condos on the market today, these suites can have asymmetrical layouts. When you add in great amenities and a location near to exciting neighbourhoods — Little Italy and Trinity Bellwoods — you end up with a very desirable residence.

    24. One Thousand Bay - 1000 Bay St & 57 St Joseph St

    24 - One Thousand Bay at 1000 Bay Street & 57 Saint Joseph Street - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number24

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,146

    - Condo Demand: Average

    - About: One Thousand Bay has 32 storeys and houses 458 units. The building was completed in 2016 by Cresford Developments. 1000 Bay Street & 57 Saint Joseph Street is located in the Bay St. Corridor neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Situated in the Bay Street Corridor, One Thousand Bay offers state-of-the-art amenities and a can’t beat location. The suites found within are no less impressive — floor to ceiling windows, hardwood floors, European style kitchens with stainless steel appliances and quartz or stone countertops, and thoughtful layouts that maximize square footage. With over 450 units, there’s a great chance of finding a unit on the market, that is, if you can handle living in Toronto’s busiest neighbourhood.

    23. 18 Yorkville - 18 Yorkville Ave

    23 - 18 Yorkville at 18 Yorkville Avenue - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number23

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,179

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: 18 Yorkville has 36 storeys and houses 313 units. The building was completed in 2005 by Great Gulf. 18 Yorkville Avenue is located in the Yorkville neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Affordability and luxury don’t often go hand in hand; fortunately, sometimes they do. 18 Yorkville has something for all buyers — from sprawling penthouses to reasonably priced 1 bedroom suites. Buyers can expect the usual high-end finishes here like hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and floor to ceiling windows. Residents enjoy great amenities and an excellent location in Yorkville. And let’s be honest, living in Yorkville is a stellar amenity all its own.

    22. St George on Sheldrake - 65 Sheldrake Blvd

    22 - St George on Sheldrake at 65 Sheldrake Boulevard - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number22

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,194

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: St George on Sheldrake has 3 storeys and houses 34 units. The building was completed in 2005 by 65 Sheldrake Ltd. 65 Sheldrake Boulevard is located in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, in the Midtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Even if you’re not religious, you may feel the need to praise the lord if you land an authentic loft in this church-to-loft conversion. Every one of the 34 suites in the building is unique, many of them containing original church features. If you love vaulted ceilings, expansive private terraces, and the character that can only come from a converted-loft — St. George on Sheldrake will blow you away… unfortunately, the prices might also blow you away.

    21. Karma Condos - 15 Grenville St

    21 - Karma Condos at 15 Grenville Street - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number21

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,209

    - Condo Demand: Average

    - About: Karma Condos has 50 storeys and houses 495 units. The building was completed in 2016 by Lifetime Developments. 15 Grenville Street is located in the Bay St. Corridor neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? What goes around comes around — so if you have some good karma coming your way, you might be able to land a unit in this luxurious residence. Luxury condos are known to be pricey, but suites in the Karma Condos are actually reasonably priced. All suites are expertly designed by Cecconi Simone, and feature wide-plank hardwood floors, European style kitchens with integrated appliances, exposed columns, floor to ceiling windows, and oversized private balconies.

    20. Pears on the Avenue Condos - 127-135 Pears Ave & 170 Avenue Rd

    20 - Pears on the Avenue Condos at 127-135 Pears Avenue & 170 Avenue Road - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number20

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,210

    - Condo Demand: Low

    - About: Pears on the Avenue Condos has 20 storeys and houses 175 units. The building was completed in 2015 by Menkes. 127-135 Pears Avenue & 170 Avenue Road is located in the Yorkville neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? The luxurious living experience at Pears on the Avenue Condos begins with the exciting amenities; indoor pool, recreation room, yoga studio, and shared rooftop deck and garden, equipped with a fireplace. Of course, it wouldn’t be a luxury condo without stunning suites — and that’s just what you’ll get. Kitchens with large islands and stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, and wall-to-wall floor to ceiling windows. The location among the glitz and glamour of Yorkville, raises the bar even higher.

    19. Theatre Park - 224 King St W

    19 - Theatre Park at 224 King Street West - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number19

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,223

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: Theatre Park has 47 storeys and houses 234 units. The building was completed in 2015 by Lamb Development Corp.. 224 King Street West is located in the King West neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? If you’re looking for a good read feel free to take a book from my library — this is a statement that residents of Theatre Park penthouses can actually make. But even if you don’t own a penthouse and a library, the exposed concrete ceilings and walls inside these suites, coupled with the unique hardwood floors and stylish kitchens, should be enough to catch your eye. Oh, did we mention that’s there’s an outdoor pool with sweeping city views? Or that the excitement of the Entertainment District is just outside your door?

    18. The Villas at 18 Yorkville - 21 Scollard St

    18 - The Villas at 18 Yorkville at 21 Scollard Street - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number18

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,232

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: The Villas at 18 Yorkville has 7 storeys and houses 97 units. The building was completed in 2006 by Great Gulf. 21 Scollard Street is located in the Yorkville neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? When a building’s name incorporates the word ‘villas’ it demands high expectations. And in this case, buyers should expect high-end everything — hardwood floors, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, and floor to ceiling windows. Relaxing amenities ensure that residents are at ease when at home, and the location in Yorkville means that dining, shopping, and entertainment are never far away.

    17. Thornwood II Condos - 25 Scrivener Sq

    17 - Thornwood II Condos at 25 Scrivener Square - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number17

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,235

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: Thornwood II Condos has 13 storeys and houses 135 units. The building was completed in 2004 by Cresford Developments. 25 Scrivener Square is located in the Rosedale neighbourhood, in the Midtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Summerhill might be best known for large, single-family homes, but it also happens to have some of the most luxurious condos in the city. At Thornwood II Condos, you get to live in the lap of luxury: decorative columns, crown moulding, gas fireplaces, hardwood floors, built-ins, stainless steel appliances, and open concept layouts that are filled with natural light thanks to wall to wall windows. To top it all off, the price per square foot is quite reasonable compared to other luxury condos.

    16. No 10 Bellair - 10 Bellair St

    16 - No 10 Bellair at 309 Palmerston Avenue - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number16

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,277

    - Condo Demand: Average

    - About: No 10 Bellair has 27 storeys and houses 133 units. The building was completed in 2003 by Tridel. 309 Palmerston Avenue is located in the Yorkville neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Despite the variation in spelling, anyone who grew up watching The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air will immediately associate the word Bellair with luxury — and when it comes to No 10 Bellair, luxury is the name of the game. Suites have sprawling floors plans, with rounded window walls, rich hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens, and walk in closets that would be considered bedrooms in some condos. As if that’s not luxurious enough, residents have access to great amenities and all the shopping and dining they can handle in Yorkville.

    15. Residences of The Ritz Carlton - 183 Wellington St W

    15 - Residences of The Ritz Carlton at 183 Wellington Street West - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number15

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,295

    - Condo Demand: Average

    - About: Residences of The Ritz Carlton has 52 storeys and houses 158 units. The building was completed in 2011 by Graywood Developments Ltd. 183 Wellington Street West is located in the King West neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Nothing says luxury like a condo in a 5 star hotel. Those who call the Residences of The Ritz Carlton home have access to all the hotel amenities — including room service — while enjoying separation from the hotel guests. If you love Herringbone wood floors, marble countertops, fireplaces, and floor to ceiling windows; this is the spot for you. On the other hand, if you don’t love those things… why are you here?

    14. Twenty Niagara - 20 Niagara St

    14 - Twenty Niagara at 20 Niagara Street - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number14

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,305

    - Condo Demand: Average

    - About: Twenty Niagara has 6 storeys and houses 22 units. The building was completed in 1997 by Context Development. 20 Niagara Street is located in the King West neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? With 22 lofts spread out over 6 storeys, Twenty Niagara isn’t just a luxury condo — it’s exclusive. That feeling of exclusivity continues inside the suites where buyers can expect multi-floor layouts with soaring mezzanine areas and window walls. These airy lofts provide the perfect balance of industrial and luxurious features: exposed concrete ceilings and track lighting give a rustic impression, while hardwood flooring and upgraded kitchens and bathrooms make residents feel comfortable.

    13. The St. Regis Residences - 311 Bay St & 325 Bay St

    13 - The St. Regis Residences at 312 Palmerston Avenue - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number13

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,322

    - Condo Demand: Low

    - About: The St. Regis Residences has 32 storeys and houses 379 units. The building was completed in 2012 by Talon International Inc. 312 Palmerston Avenue is located in the City Centre neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? The St. Regis Residences has more to offer than just a regal name — though it certainly sounds regal — but what makes it so desirable is up for debate: is it the ample amenities? Amazing location? Or maybe it’s the wide open floor plans, which feature granite or marble countertops, wide plank hardwood floors, and private libraries? And the fact that some suites have pocket doors, raises these condos to swoon worthy heights.

    12. The Benvenuto - 1 Benvenuto Pl

    12 - The Benvenuto at 1 Benvenuto Place - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number12

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,328

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: The Benvenuto has 7 storeys and houses 119 units. The building was completed in 2006 by Malen Capital. 1 Benvenuto Place is located in the Casa Loma neighbourhood, in the Midtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Considering the fact that there’s a 19th century gothic castle in the neighbourhood, it’s only fitting that The Benvenuto would make its residents feel like royalty. Wall to wall windows, sprawling layouts, crown mouldings, rich hardwood floors and spacious bedrooms are par for the course here. The only thing that could make this building better would be if it had a fully equipped gym with stunning views of the downtown Toronto skyline… What’s that? It does? Well, we’ve got ourselves a luxury condo.

    11. U Condominium - 1074-1086 Bay St & 57-75 St Mary St

    11 - U Condominium at 1074-1086 Bay Street & 57-75 Saint Mary Street - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number11

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,353

    - Condo Demand: Average

    - About: U Condominium has 55 storeys and houses 1002 units. The building was completed in 2016 by Pemberton Group. 1074-1086 Bay Street & 57-75 Saint Mary Street is located in the Bay St. Corridor neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? If you’ve ever been in the Bay Street Corridor, chances are you’ve noticed U Condominium — two soaring glass towers that look like their splitting at the seams. All that glass comes with a definite benefit; wall to wall, floor to ceiling windows in every suite. Buyers can expect hardwood flooring throughout, open concept kitchens, and large private balconies. But what might be the most appealing aspect of these towers, are the competitively priced suites and relaxing amenities.

    10. 77 Charles West - 77 Charles St W

    10 - 77 Charles West at 77 Charles Street West - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number10

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,357

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: 77 Charles West has 13 storeys and houses 51 units. The building was completed in 2014 by Aspen Ridge. 77 Charles Street West is located in the Bay St. Corridor neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? A building fit for the most discerning buyers — 77 Charles West is a stylish boutique residence in the heart of the Bay Street Corridor. You’ll find nothing but high-end finishes here, from the wide plank hardwood floors and exposed columns, to the integrated stainless steel appliances and lavish bathrooms. And given that these suites are just a 5 minute walk from a subway station, owning a car is entirely optional.

    9. Museum House - 206 Bloor St W

    9 - Museum House at 310 Palmerston Avenue - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number9

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,365

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: Museum House has 18 storeys and houses 27 units. The building was completed in 2012 by Yorkville (2001) Ltd. 310 Palmerston Avenue is located in the The Annex neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? The Museum House derives its name from its position above the ROM; it might seem odd to name a property “House” when it stands 18 storeys tall, but with only 27 units in all, it’s absolutely a boutique residence. Condos in this building have staggeringly large floor plans — beginning at 1600 square feet — and incredible finishes. Private elevator access and valet parking are but a few of the extras that come with these suites, but if 7 figure prices tags are at all off-putting, then you can forget about that private elevator ride.

    8. One Bloor Condos - 1 Bloor St E

    8 - One Bloor Condos at 1 Bloor Street East - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number8

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,369

    - Condo Demand: Average

    - About: One Bloor Condos has 75 storeys and houses 789 units. The building was completed in 2017 by Great Gulf. 1 Bloor Street East is located in the Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? If the steam rooms, hot tubs, saunas, and indoor pool doesn’t have you feeling like you’re in the lap of luxury — nothing will. On second thought, wide open concept layouts, integrated stainless steel appliances, and sweeping views of the Rosedale Ravine might also make you feel pampered. For residents of One Bloor Condos, the location near Yorkville is just the icing on a very appetizing cake.

    7. Thornwood One - 20 Scrivener Sq

    7 - Thornwood One at 313 Palmerston Avenue - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number7

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,452

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: Thornwood One has 10 storeys and houses 163 units. The building was completed in 2002 by Cresford Developments. 313 Palmerston Avenue is located in the Rosedale neighbourhood, in the Midtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Prestigious and lavish — Thornwood One is everything a Rosedale condo should be. The location is both tucked away and yet near to the action; Summerhill Station is mere minutes from the lobby doors. Desirable amenities include a concierge, and all suites have oversized balconies. Some units have seen their share of personalization of the years, but there are no bad finishes here, and floor to ceiling windows make for the perfect perspective to take in the charming neighbourhood.

    6. 36 Hazelton - 36 Hazelton Ave

    6 - 36 Hazelton at 311 Palmerston Avenue - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number6

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,463

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: 36 Hazelton has 7 storeys and houses 20 units. The building was completed in 2016 by Alterra-Zinc. 311 Palmerston Avenue is located in the Yorkville neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? A luxury condo in Yorkville? We’re sure that’s never happened before… by now most people assume that condos in Yorkville are luxurious, but even luxury condos are jealous of 36 Hazelton. When gas fireplaces — sometimes 2 — soaring ceiling heights, spacious walk in closets, and lavish bathrooms with massive soaker tubs are the norm and not the exception, you know you’ve found a desirable building.

    5. The Florian - 88 Davenport Rd

    5 - The Florian at 88 Davenport Road - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number5

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,468

    - Condo Demand: Average

    - About: The Florian has 25 storeys and houses 98 units. The building was completed in 2012 by Diamante Development Corporation. 88 Davenport Road is located in the Yorkville neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Spacious is a word that gets thrown around a lot in the condo market — The Florian doesn’t have a single unit below 780 square feet, so spacious is right on the money in this instance. Every suite comes finished with polished hardwood floors and high-end kitchens and bathrooms. But it’s the convenient location in Yorkville, minutes from the Mink Mile, that makes The Florian the epitome of luxury.

    4. One St Thomas Residences - 1 St Thomas St

    4 - One St Thomas Residences at 1 Saint Thomas Street - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number4

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,480

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: One St Thomas Residences has 29 storeys and houses 77 units. The building was completed in 2008 by Lee Development Group. 1 Saint Thomas Street is located in the Yorkville neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Drake lived here… is that enough? Just in case you need a little more information, One St Thomas Residences is a lavish Yorkville condo. With incredible amenities — including an indoor pool and saunas — covered balconies, fireplaces, gourmet kitchens and expansive suites, this property checks all the boxes when it comes to luxury.

    3. One Bedford - 1 Bedford Rd

    3 - One Bedford at 1 Bedford Road - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number3

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,696

    - Condo Demand: Average

    - About: One Bedford has 32 storeys and houses 254 units. The building was completed in 2011 by Lanterra Developments. 1 Bedford Road is located in the The Annex neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? One Bedford isn’t for everyone — that’s not meant to be discriminatory, as it’s a reference to the fact that suites in this building command 7 figure price tags. These minimalist condos are beautiful blank canvases that just so happen to come with top of the line appliances and stunning views of downtown Toronto. With excellent amenities and Yorkville location, it’s no wonder that these luxury condos are in demand.

    2. 80 & 100 Yorkville Residences - 80 Yorkville Ave & 100 Yorkville Ave

    2 - 80 & 100 Yorkville Residences at 80 Yorkville Avenue & 100 Yorkville Avenue - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number2

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,791

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: 80 & 100 Yorkville Residences has 17 storeys and houses 93 units. The building was completed in 2010 by Costain Limited. 80 Yorkville Avenue & 100 Yorkville Avenue is located in the Yorkville neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? Designer kitchens, luxurious hardwood floors, soaker tubs and spacious private balconies are just some of the features that make these luxury condos shine. When you add in the incredible location in Yorkville and the recreation-focused amenities, you get one very desirable residence.

    1. Four Seasons Private Residences - 55 Scollard St & 50 Yorkville Ave

    1 - Four Seasons Private Residences at 55 Scollard Street & 50 Yorkville Avenue - Luxury Condos in Toronto Rank Number1

    - Average Price per SQFT: $1,800

    - Condo Demand: High

    - About: Four Seasons Private Residences has 34 storeys and houses 210 units. The building was completed in 2012 by Menkes. 55 Scollard Street & 50 Yorkville Avenue is located in the Yorkville neighbourhood, in the Downtown area, Toronto.

    - Why a Luxury condo? It was almost a certainty that the Four Seasons Private Residences would appear on this list — after all, a unit in this building sold for a record breaking 28 million dollars. The majority of suites in this Yorkville condo are much more affordable, though no less lavish. Marble countertops, rich hardwood floors, fireplaces, and enticing amenities are just some of the features that make these luxury suites so appealing.

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