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pmilo

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The Selby is now in VIP phase. Here is the price list. Its said to be 50 stories high in red brick and incorporated with the Gooderham Mansion.

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Looking through the rental website, prices seem pretty reasonable, with 2 bedrooms starting at around $2600 a month. What the website doesn't tell you though - is that this building adds condo fees (common area fees) of OVER $500 to that cost. Lure you in with posted pricing, and then throw that on you when you show up to see a unit. False advertising!

That being said, the building is beautiful.
 

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Looking through the rental website, prices seem pretty reasonable, with 2 bedrooms starting at around $2600 a month. What the website doesn't tell you though - is that this building adds condo fees (common area fees) of OVER $500 to that cost. Lure you in with posted pricing, and then throw that on you when you show up to see a unit. False advertising!

That being said, the building is beautiful.
Fees for a rental? Really? Never heard of that.
 

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Looking through the rental website, prices seem pretty reasonable, with 2 bedrooms starting at around $2600 a month. What the website doesn't tell you though - is that this building adds condo fees (common area fees) of OVER $500 to that cost. Lure you in with posted pricing, and then throw that on you when you show up to see a unit. False advertising!
That's blatantly false, I just signed a lease to move in here and there are no "condo fees". Nonsense.
 

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There is a lot of price variation because there are many different unit types and the rent for each unit increases $10 by every floor as you go higher.
That variation is already accounted for in the pricing posted on the website. S does your rate match the pricing on the website?
 
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