390 Cherry Street – Distillery Condos – Sold Prices

The Weir Team knows and loves Toronto’s Historic Distillery District.

Cameron Weir and Scott Hanton have enjoyed many years of success working for buyers and sellers all throughout the Distillery District in bustling downtown Toronto. The Weir Team has loved singing the praises of all sorts of condominium buildings throughout this neighbourhood and all across the GTA. We understand the values of each building, whether on Parliament Street, Mill Street, Cherry Street or Distillery Lane. And this continuing experience has helped deliver wonderful success for both condo buyers and condo sellers.

There are so many amazing selling features of this vibrant, convenient and welcoming area in downtown Toronto, including an excellent walk score. Take a look at the exciting activities that come to the Distillery District.

Cameron and Scott have sold many suites for record prices in the area. Here are just a few of our recent listings in and around the Distillery District:

Suite 205-390 Cherry Street

Suite 4002-70 Distillery Lane

Suite 444-33  Mill Street

Suite 705-33 Mill Street

Suite 427-33 Mill Street

Penthouse 7 – 70 Mill Street

Suite 613-80 Mill Street

Suite 405-52 Sumach Street

 

The Weir Team’s Cameron Weir and Scott Hanton make news quite regularly with their outstanding sales. The Globe and Mail made wonderful mention of one of our successes at 33 Mill Street.

As for the beautiful 390 Cherry Street’s most recent selling prices:

During June and July of 2016, 7 condo sales occurred at 390 Cherry Street.

A one bedroom suite halfway up the condo tower sold for $336,000. The suite faced northwest and included a locker. There was no parking spot. A similar suite with a north view sold for $359,900 at the same time.

A one bedroom suite on a lower floor sold for $339,000. There was no locker or parking.

A one bedroom plus den suite sold for $423,500 about halfway up the tower. It came with a storage locker but there was no parking.

A suite with two bedrooms and two bathrooms sold for $545,000 in the middle of the tower. It faced north east, was approximately 784 square feet and included a parking spot but no locker. A very similar suite also sold at the same time for $547,000.

And a two bedroom plus den suite sold near the top of the tower for $749,000. There was no locker but it came with one parking spot and a southwest view.

For more specific details of property values and actual selling prices at 390 Cherry Street, please contact info@TheWeirTeam.ca and we’d be more than happy to get you the information you require.

Written by Scott Hanton, real estate broker for The Weir Team. Email Scott@TheWeirTeam.ca

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