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Fashion District condo’s rare size helps it sell quickly

32 CAMDEN ST., NO. 1007, TORONTO

ASKING PRICE $619,800

SELLING PRICE $615,000

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PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $711,589 (2013)

TAXES $4,780 (2014)

DAYS ON THE MARKET 12

LISTING AGENT Ira Jelinek, Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd.

The Action: Down the street from St. Andrew's Playground in the Fashion District, the building at 32 Camden St. had a couple of suites for sale, but none the size of this two-bedroom-plus-den unit late last year. As a result, it was picked up quickly by one of the first dozen buyers who took an in-person tour.

What They Got: On the 10th floor of a relatively new mid-rise, this 1,154-square-foot suite has a modern two-bedroom-plus-den plan with an open principal room with cooking quarters along one side, walls of south- and east-facing windows and sliding doors to a 147-square-foot balcony.

To carry out daily routines, there are two full bathrooms and laundry facilities.

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A locker and parking for the unit, which owes $683 monthly for use of water, heating, rooftop deck, fitness, media and party rooms.

The Agent's Take: "This unit is pretty large and special because it's 1,154 square feet," agent Ira Jelinek says. "They don't build units like that any more. If they're building a two-bedroom-plus-den, you'll be lucky to get 1,000 square feet."

Buyers also felt connected with their surroundings there.

"It had a lot of windows because it was a corner unit and a nice wrap-around balcony, so that was appealing," he notes.

"[Plus] people like being in that area, which is the Yorkville of the younger generation with restaurants and clubs," Mr. Jelinek adds.

Editor's note: Done Deals contain information gathered from real estate agents, home buyers, home sellers and sale prices that are publicly available from government sources. While we try to publish Done Deals as soon as possible after the transaction has occurred, long closings can cause delays.

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