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Yonge & Rich Condominiums 
25 Richmond St E, Toronto
Developer: Great Gulf


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Thread for those interested in purchasing at Yonge + Rich by Great Gulf in Downtown Toronto.
 

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i assume sales have started? anyone know how its going?
 

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I don't think sales have commenced. They are currently working on the sales centre I believe.
Not necessarily true...in fact i find for most projects (esp the well known/pricey DT ones) that VIP sales and such are done well before the sales centre opens

Yeah probably sales have started to the f&f, & via the brokers. Just to get a feel for how things will go.
agreed. Any idea what psf the bldg is selling for?
 

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Finally have our PDI in two days....was over to visit the building last weekend....was impressed, looks really nice.
I love the glassed balconies!!
Any suggestions from those who have done their inspection ?? First time for us... not sure what to look for.
Cheers... diane
 

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^uhh are we talking about the same building?
 

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Anyone interested? I got the floorplans, the pricing info etc. Want me to post? I am not a realtor and have not signed a contract with a realtor.

I've got the floorplans. They all look pretty similar--they've got toilets, bathtubs, kitchen sinks, w/d, balconies and tiny closet space. Some even have those cool concrete columns. So they're really pretty typical for a square floorplate designed condo tower. Most feature 7' 3" deep balconies. Mainly linear kitchens. Overall, pretty usuable space ie no kooky useless corners.

They're all named after downtown streets: Adelaide, Richmond, Chestnut, Bond, Queen, Dundas, Esplanade, Wellington, King, Trinity, Duncan, Mackenzie, Toronto, York, Union, Yonge, Edward, Dalhousie.

You don't have to register with me to view the floorplans nor am I selling you anything...except aArchitecture :)
 

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