The place: A never-lived-in penthouse in a luxurious building with just 20 suites.
The history: The architecture firm Page+Steele turned this insurance company office block into a modern condo building just in time for the recession. The developer had envisioned an 8,000-square-foot mega-penthouse encompassing the entire ninth and tenth floors, but it didn’t sell, so he split it into two 4,000-square-foot homes. The south-facing unit sold a few years ago, but this one didn’t. The agent teamed up with designer Kim Lambert to stage the space using about $500,000 worth of borrowed lighting, artwork and rugs.
Big selling point: It has as much space for party guests as a typical Rosedale home. The agent says it could easily host a 150-person cocktail reception.
For more info and pictures please go to: http://torontolife.com/real-estate/condos/toronto-condo-for-sale-112-st-clair-west/
Source: Toronto Life, 4/1/2016