The Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Toronto has finally confirmed that they indeed have sold the most expensive condo in Canadian history. The west tower Penthouse has been purchased by an undisclosed international buyer for $28 million.

So, what does one get for that kind of money in downtown Toronto?

  • top floor of the 55-storey West Residence building
  • 9,038 sq. ft. of living space
  • panoramic views of Toronto's skyline
  • 12-ft. ceilings
  • floor-to-ceiling glass galleria
  • four corner terraces
  • separate staff residence located in the 26-storey East Residence building

“The discerning international buyer of the penthouse suite was attracted to all that this landmark project has to offer,” said Alan Menkes, President of the High-Rise Residential Division of Menkes Developments, the managing partner of the project. “Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Toronto boasts the city's finest location, with stunning architecture, impeccably designed living spaces and globally renowned service standards."

Of course, we here at Urban Toronto had reported on this sale some time ago, though the Four Seasons did not make it official until today to coincide with the topping-off tomorrow.

For a complete summary of information on the Four Seasons, visit Urban Toronto's dataBase page for the project here.

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