Toronto condos are often referred to as “glass boxes in the sky,” but a recently listed residence truly is, and with stunning results.
Suite 3309 at 15 Iceboat Terrace is one of the Concord Bridge Suites, Canada’s highest suspended residence. The 450 tonne, 40 metre-long structure took over 14 hours to lift into place between two residential towers.
An “engineering and architectural marvel,” the jaw-dropping suite has just publicly hit the market for the first time since it was constructed over a decade ago. Located at the foot of Canoe Landing Park in the heart of CityPlace, the iconic piece of Toronto’s skyline comes with an asking price of $4.25M.
Its larger sister suite, Unit 3306 at 21 Iceboat Terrace, was listed for the first time in January 2021, and once more, albeit without a sale, in July 2022.
The suspended suite spans 3,696 sq. ft. across three floors. Whether through floor-to-ceiling windows or from the 668 sq. ft. rooftop terrace, sweeping views of Lake Ontario appear to the south while the city sprawls out before you to the north. Marble, hardwood, and glass feature heavily in the design of the home.
Between said spacious windows, the main level flows from the kitchen, with its overlay appliances and dark wood cabinetry, to the dining area to the living room. A floor-to-ceiling fireplace creates a private enclave in the den.
The primary retreat, located on the top level, features a walk-in closet, a five-piece marble ensuite, and a Juliette balcony. A wet bar and seating area separate the space from the rooftop terrace.
In addition to the breathtaking home itself, there’s a private two-car garage and an abundance of storage space. The building houses ample amenities, including an indoor pool, sauna, gym, and squash courts.
“This gem in the sky is unlike any other property in Canada, perhaps in the world,” the listing boasts.
Given the rarity with which suite 3309, and its grand counterpart, are offered for sale, the unit presents a truly, well, two-of-a-kind real estate opportunity. With Canada’s luxury real estate market poised for a “healthy” 2023, such a stunning prospect may not last long.
Zoe Demarco is a Staff Writer at STOREYS and was formerly the Urbanized Editor at Daily Hive. Born and raised in Toronto, she has a passion for the city’s ever-changing urban landscape.
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