Toronto Resale Condo Real Estate–selling prices at 28 Ted Rogers Way from Condo Experts in Bloor Yorkville
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Here now are selling prices for May 2016.
During this month, 7 suites were sold at 28 Ted Rogers Way.
A one bedroom suite sold for $378,500 one a lower floor. This selling price included a storage locker but no parking spot. The suite faced west and was less than 600 square feet.
A north facing one bedroom suite sold for $380,000 about half way up the Couture condominium tower. It did not include a locker or a parking spot.
A west facing, 630 sq ft suite sold for $400,000 on a lower floor. This sale also did not include a parking spot or a locker.
About halfway up the condo building, a 1+1 suite sold for $422,000. There was no parking and no locker included. The monthly condo fee was $371.28.
There was another sale for $422,000 about halfway up the building at the same time. It was a 1+1 and included parking and faced east.
Near the top of the Couture condo building, a condo suite sold for $565,000. It was a northeast corner suite and came with a storage locker but no parking spot.
Also near the top of the tower at 28 Ted Rogers Way, a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom suite sold for $612,000. It included a storage locker and a parking spot.
There are numerous factors that Cameron and Scott need to take into consideration before determining the ideal selling price for your suite at Couture Condos. When you’re thinking about buying or selling condos in Toronto, make sure to contact experts in condominium buying and selling. The Weir Team looks forward to hearing from you.
Written by Scott Hanton, real estate Broker for The Weir Team, proud to be buying and selling condos and houses with the best real estate agents in the GTA.