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Suite at 832 Bay St., Toronto.

Stirling Inc.

832 BAY ST., NO. 2703, TORONTO

ASKING PRICE

$575,000

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SELLING PRICE

$577,000

TAXES

Not yet assessed

DAYS ON THE MARKET

13

LISTING AGENT

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Boris Kholodov, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Johnston and Daniel Division

The Action: A makeover of this standard two-bedroom corner suite left buyers with a strong visual impression over other units in the newly completed high-rise, Burano, and surrounding condominiums. As a result, three out of 20 visitors tabled competing offers around the end of April.

What They Got: On the 27th floor of an Italian-inspired residence incorporating the façade of a historic car dealership at its base, this 843-square-foot condo centres on an open living and dining area surrounded by sliding balcony doors and floor-to-ceiling windows facing north and west.

Modern amenities range from stylish hardwood floors and a granite-topped kitchen peninsula to practical ensuite laundry machines and two full bathrooms, including one off the master bedroom.

A locker and parking completes the suite, which pays $532 in monthly fees for concierge services, a gym, media and party rooms and a rooftop garden and pool. Hydro is extra.

The Agent's Take: "There were about 100 other units listed in the same price bracket on the Bay Street corridor, which is quite normal," says agent Boris Kholodov. "This is a tower of glass atop the historic Addison on Bay building, so this has a very interesting statement architecturally for Bay Street."

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The striking style of this suite also spoke to buyers.

"It was professionally staged, which demonstrated to buyers how functional this layout is," adds Mr. Kholodov. "It's very common for a unit that is well presented, well-staged and in the right location and right building to generate interest for multiple offers simultaneously."

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