The one is essentially sold out.So…
That story was from way back on November 28th, and we all missed it until now! Huh. Small viewership crossover between BNN and UT?
The database file has been updated to reflect the new ownership, but I haven't changed any stats yet, pending having a document to refer to, but Fenton referred to the building twice as being 42 storeys, not 43, and said 'about 180,000' sq ft of GFA. The last architectural plans submitted to the City have the residential GFA at 212,000 sq ft. Since the design is staying, (assuming so because they're keeping Foster and Fenton said "we're basically ready to go") then maybe more of the lower floors will be given over to commercial? They'll definitely be reworking the interiors entirely as Fenton was saying 80 to 90 suites planned, which contrasts with the 112 from the Site Plan Approval docs. They're going big units here, as they're also going expensive units here, Fenton saying they're aiming to sell them starting at about $2,500 a square foot.
I'm left to assume that The One must be selling just fine.
There is a very big market for ultra luxury condos in this city. My building may not be Yorkville but I had a bidding war for my unit as 1300 sqf 2b2b is rare.