LOCATION: 50 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

SQUARE FOOTAGE: N/A

BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 4 bedrooms & 9 bathrooms

PRICE: $36,000,000 CAD or $26,431,718 USD

This lavish penthouse is situated atop the Four Seasons Private Residences located at 50 Yorkville Avenue in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

It features 4 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, foyer, formal living & dining rooms, family room, home office/library and more.

Outdoor features include 4 terraces.

It listed at $36,000,000 CAD or $26,431,718 USD.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • Pierre

    From the official listing : “Come live life in the sky where the sun is your neighbor, your horizons are limitless and your view is to the end of forever.”

    The “end of forever” sounds a bit ominous. Which is appropriate for such a depressing city.




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  • horselips

    It appears to be between seven and eight thousand square feet. Five elevators! Four terraces, two of them heated. This is far nicer than most we’ve seen here, but the question remains, “what do you call a $26 million penthouse?” Answer: “A crummy apartment.”




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    • Allen

      Comparing a $26 million dollar penthouse with a crummy apartment is like saying Kobe beef is similar to pink slime. Oh, well; consider the source!




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      • horselips

        Legend has it that Sir Winston Churchill once asked a socialite if she would sleep with him for a million pounds. She said “yes.” He then asked her if she would sleep with him for only five pounds. She was riled and retorted, “no – what kind of woman do you think I am?” Sir Winston replied, “we’ve already established that, we’re just haggling over price.”
        Whether a lavish top of the skyscraper penthouse, or a ground floor one-room efficiency, the essential nature of them both is the same – no land, common walls or floors/ceilings, and whether it’s large, gold-plated and expensive, or small, humble, and cheap, it’s a crummy apartment.




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        • Pierre

          Great post.




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        • Allen

          Every world class city on the globe has multi million dollar penthouses and the demand is increasing. The fact that you think you know better than all those buyers, not to mention Four Seasons is utterly laughable. Keep posting your ignorant drivel though; you have one fan as evidenced below.




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          • Pierre

            The demand might be increasing, but the fact is that the people who are buying those mutli-million-dollar apartments have (generally) no intention to live in it… they are only seeking a way to park/invest some of their money. It’s something important to consider.

            Also, I’m hardly a “fan” of horselips… I think he has extremly poor taste in architecture and homes in general. I just happen to agree with his last comment.




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          • Allen

            It is true that many buy high rise condos as investments and second homes but I happen to know for a fact that a huge percentage of buyers actually prefer this type of lifestyle and living. I have been in the luxury real estate business as a professional for quite some time and not everyone wants the typical estate property with land, tennis courts and swimming pools. In my experience, the mega penthouse buyers actually do live in these units and prefer the “lock and leave” ability that it gives them. These mega penthouses are also popular with international buyers and while they don’t sell every day, the demand is definitely there.




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          • horselips

            Please don’t ever accuse me of “knowing better” than the buyers of expensive penthouse apartments, or the Four Seasons, because I don’t, and never claimed to. I just know what I like and what I don’t, and my reasons for that. I profess no authority, expertise, or special knowledge. We all see the partially filled glass of water according to our individual, personal priorities – and since we’re answerable only to ourselves, with others, we can only agree to disagree.




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