Tribune condos – Tribune Tower http://tribunetower.info/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 01:02:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tribunetower.info/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/tribune-120x120.png Tribune condos – Tribune Tower http://tribunetower.info/ 32 32 Sarasota denies plans for boutique hotels and St. Armands Circle condos https://tribunetower.info/sarasota-denies-plans-for-boutique-hotels-and-st-armands-circle-condos/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 15:39:07 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/sarasota-denies-plans-for-boutique-hotels-and-st-armands-circle-condos/ The City of Sarasota has decided not to consider a proposal that could bring boutique hotels and condo units to St. Armands Circle. A council representing the owners of the circle would like the city to update the zoning regulations of the circle, considering that hotel rooms or condos could be located on the second […]]]>

The City of Sarasota has decided not to consider a proposal that could bring boutique hotels and condo units to St. Armands Circle.

A council representing the owners of the circle would like the city to update the zoning regulations of the circle, considering that hotel rooms or condos could be located on the second floor of certain buildings. The first floor would continue to be occupied by businesses.

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For hotels to be allowed on the circle, the city would have to change its zoning code. But on Monday, city commissioners unanimously denied St. Armands council’s request to have planning staff draft zoning changes. They expressed concerns about traffic and some worried about increased development on barrier islands.

St. Armands Proposal Meets Opposition

St. Armands Circle is a popular dining and shopping district.  The neighborhood around the St. Armands Key shopping circle, known as the Ringling Estates, was one of the first

The St. Armands Business Improvement District Board of Directors, which represents landowners in the circle, presented the proposal. The council sees loopholes in the city’s current zoning regulations for St. Armands.

“Our zoning needs to be cleaned up in St. Armands,” said council chairman Tom Leonard. “There are holes in it.”

The council proposed that the code be changed to promote mixed-use development in the district. Hotels, for example, would be allowed on the second floor of circle buildings. Leonard said he thinks the circle might house a few small boutique hotels.

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Brad Lynch, architect of homes, apartments, and a museum in Chicago https://tribunetower.info/brad-lynch-architect-of-homes-apartments-and-a-museum-in-chicago/ Mon, 07 Nov 2022 21:49:08 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/brad-lynch-architect-of-homes-apartments-and-a-museum-in-chicago/ Architect Brad Lynch specializes in clean, modern designs for everything from single-family homes and high-rise condominiums to the Racine Art Museum in Wisconsin. “When he worked for you, Brad understood the results of how things change,” said Richard Lazar, a friend who was also a client in the late 1990s when Lynch led the design […]]]>

Architect Brad Lynch specializes in clean, modern designs for everything from single-family homes and high-rise condominiums to the Racine Art Museum in Wisconsin.

“When he worked for you, Brad understood the results of how things change,” said Richard Lazar, a friend who was also a client in the late 1990s when Lynch led the design of an expansion. major of Lazar’s house in Roscoe Village. “It was a fantastic experience working with him, and he really knew what the end result would be.”

Lynch, 64, died of complications from a brain hemorrhage Sept. 26 at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, his daughter, Annie, said. He had lived in Bucktown.

Lynch grew up in Racine, where as a child he took art classes at the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts. Later, he became interested in photography.

Lynch studied art, art history, engineering, and landscape architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where after graduation he worked as a project and construction manager on the restoration of the first Herbert and Katherine Jacobs house in Madison, an early example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian houses.

He interned at several Chicago architectural firms before teaming up with David Brininstool to form Brininstool + Lynch in 1989.

Lynch’s output included commercial projects such as mixed-use high-rise buildings, new and remodeled single-family homes, corporate headquarters, film installations, and master plans. The company has won over 50 major design awards.

“Brad had a voracious appetite, not just for food and drink, but for people, places and ideas,” Brininstool said. “He was naturally curious and always pushed the limits. This formed the basis of his creative endeavors.

One of the projects Lynch was most proud of was designing the Racine Art Museum, which took over a converted bank building. The project, which was completed in 2003, was described by then-architectural critic Blair Kamin as a “serene, inviting, if sometimes cold, showcase for contemporary craftsmanship” that offered “a innovative use of structure and materials and the ability to solve functional problems and give these solutions artistic expression.

Lynch’s daughter said being able to design the project was “incredibly meaningful” to her father.

“He was very proud to bring something close to his heart to the city that raised him,” she said.

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Lynch also designed a gallery at the Art Institute of Chicago and multi-family buildings at 1620 S. Michigan Ave. in the South Loop, 550 N. St. Clair St. to Streeterville, 1345 S. Wabash Ave. in the South Loop and the Platinum Tour at 700 W. Van Buren St. in the West Loop.

Lynch has frequently worked on civic and community initiatives, including helping plan a new transportation hub and master plan for Chicago’s Chinatown, helping plan Chicago’s West Side Corridor, and working with actor Brad Pitt on sustainable community development in post-hurricane New Orleans. Katrina.

Lynch has written frequently and lectured at more than 20 universities, including the College of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology and the School of Architecture at Taliesin in Arizona. He had recently moved into a house in Bucktown which was one of his most written about designs, known as the Wood House. He had designed the Wood House for a client in 2013.

A marriage ended in divorce. In addition to her daughter, Lynch is survived by a son, Blake; one sister, Karin; and a brother, Brian.

Services took place.

Goldsborough is a freelance journalist.

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Opposition to the assembly of Sand Creek condos https://tribunetower.info/opposition-to-the-assembly-of-sand-creek-condos/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 10:05:42 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/opposition-to-the-assembly-of-sand-creek-condos/ Chesterton Municipal Building A proposal to build three four-story condominiums near the Sand Creek golf course is opposed by the homeowners association and openly questioned by two members of the Chesterton Plan Advisory Board. On Thursday, the Planning Advisory Board granted a request by attorney Greg Babcock, on behalf of David Faganel, to hold a […]]]>

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A proposal to build three four-story condominiums near the Sand Creek golf course is opposed by the homeowners association and openly questioned by two members of the Chesterton Plan Advisory Board.

On Thursday, the Planning Advisory Board granted a request by attorney Greg Babcock, on behalf of David Faganel, to hold a public hearing Nov. 17 into the Morgan Lake Condominium development plan review application.

The proposal is to construct three 57-foot high buildings that would house up to 22 luxury condominiums. The project would be built on the 1.67 acres where the old pavilion building is located on Sand Creek Drive.

The sale of the land owned by Lake Erie Land Company to Faganel is subject to city approval of the project. The plan advisory committee will vote on its recommendation and the city council will make the final decision.

Plan Advisory Board member James Kowalski told Babcock of the project: “I’m not too happy about it. It’s too many buildings and too high.

Plan Advisory Board member Thomas Kopko said at an earlier meeting that he thought the density of the project was too high for the land. At Thursday’s meeting, Kopko asked Babcock if the proposed density had been changed at all, and Babcock replied, “No.”

The Sand Creek Homeowners Association submitted a letter to the city attorney’s office and members of the plan’s advisory board, advising them of their opposition to the project. Neighborhood residents will likely show up for the Nov. 17 meeting.

The letter notes that the proposal is for three four-story buildings surrounded by a paved parking lot. The site is also on one of the highest elevations in the community, surrounded by 200-year-old oak trees.

“The development as currently designed would tower over these beautiful trees, as well as the golf course and surrounding green spaces. Placing multiple four-story buildings atop this area would detract from the current beauty,” the letter states.

In summary, the Homeowners Association said: “Little or no consideration has been given to the natural landscape, density and location of this development, or to one of the most unique and Northwest Indiana’s hottest spots.”

“The final product, as presently presented, is not favorable and should be reconsidered,” the letter reads.

In other business, another less controversial proposal for Sand Creek will be considered for a public hearing at the November 17 meeting. The proposal relates to minor adjustments in a planned unit development agreement that would allow N2R Development, LLC to proceed with a plan to build 13 single-family homes as part of Estates of Sand Creek Phase V.

The Plan Advisory Board also gave unanimous approval – with member Dan Marchetti abstaining – to Urschel Laboratories to proceed with its request for a new tax increase funding district to help fund a $46 million addition to dollars and 115,000 square feet at its facilities. The city’s redevelopment commission recently approved the request, and city council will vote on it at Monday’s meeting.

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Condos in community near beaches, schools https://tribunetower.info/condos-in-community-near-beaches-schools/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 09:12:35 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/condos-in-community-near-beaches-schools/ In West Bradenton, on the north side of Manatee Avenue, near the start of Palma Sola Causeway, is Pine Bay Forest, a beautiful condominium community. The name refers to its proximity to Palma Sola Bay and the densely wooded surroundings — pines, palms, banyans, dwarf palms, and other lush tropical shrubs — that give the […]]]>

In West Bradenton, on the north side of Manatee Avenue, near the start of Palma Sola Causeway, is Pine Bay Forest, a beautiful condominium community. The name refers to its proximity to Palma Sola Bay and the densely wooded surroundings — pines, palms, banyans, dwarf palms, and other lush tropical shrubs — that give the neighborhood a park-like feel.

Simple signage surrounded by attractive landscaping at West 75th and 81st Streets indicates the east and west entrances and boundaries of the subdivision. Two blocks north, Third Avenue West marks the northern boundary.

A nature trail provides residents of Pine Bay Forest with easy access to a large wooden deck overlooking Palma Sola Bay.

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“Pine Bay Forest is a great little development, quiet and secluded, with a great location and amenities,” said Ed Martinez, an agent for Bright Realty.

A nature trail leads to a large wooden deck overlooking Palma Sola Bay, where residents can watch dolphins and manatees and enjoy beautiful Florida sunsets. The community pool is heated all year round. Other amenities include a hot tub and sauna, tennis and shuffleboard courts, and a kayak launch with storage.

Several condos have been renovated inside.  Bright Realty agent Ed Martinez says some homeowners have taken advantage of vaulted ceilings and added an attic that can be used as a guest bedroom or home office.

Situated on 22 acres, the community was developed from 1980 to 1982. In total, there are 119 homes in 21 single-story buildings. They are divided almost equally into 58 semi-detached three-bedroom and 60 two-bedroom units and a detached house. The living area ranges from 1,105 to 1,650 square feet. Adjoining units have covered parking, small private patios, and screened-in porches.

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Developers pull two-story condo plan | Local News https://tribunetower.info/developers-pull-two-story-condo-plan-local-news/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 22:07:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/developers-pull-two-story-condo-plan-local-news/ A proposed multi-family housing development for the southwest side of town is stalling, but the property’s realtor says it has a new buyer. Kokomo City Council voted Monday to deny a rezoning request that would rezone a lot just over 2 acres just east of Ladd Dental Group, 2333 W. Lincoln Road, from commercial office […]]]>

A proposed multi-family housing development for the southwest side of town is stalling, but the property’s realtor says it has a new buyer.

Kokomo City Council voted Monday to deny a rezoning request that would rezone a lot just over 2 acres just east of Ladd Dental Group, 2333 W. Lincoln Road, from commercial office to general multi-family residential.

The plan for the property was to build two-story condominiums on the property. This plan, however, seems to be dead in the water.

Councilman Matt Grecu said Monday ahead of the council vote that the petitioner, John Ladd, who currently owns the land, had requested that the rezoning application be “withdrawn”.

Since the application has made its way to the city council, the only way it will be “withdrawn” is if the city council rejects it. A rezoning request that is not voted on by the city council is actually approved by default after a certain period of time.

The Tribune attempted to reach Jameel Murphy, CEO of Zam Development, which would develop the two-story condos, but the phone number on the companies’ website was unreachable.

The property’s realtor, Jennifer Newell of Re/Max, said Thursday that Zam Development had pulled out of the project and had a new buyer for the property.

She added that a new rezoning application will be presented to the Kokomo Plan Commission later this year. She declined to comment further or provide additional details on what the new buyer has planned for the property.

The proposed two-story condo project faced backlash from some residents of the adjacent Westbrook Homeowners Association Executive Square, who were largely concerned about the potential loss of privacy and the increased noise and traffic the condos would cause.

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Fort Erie condos will have views of the Buffalo skyline https://tribunetower.info/fort-erie-condos-will-have-views-of-the-buffalo-skyline/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 17:20:29 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/fort-erie-condos-will-have-views-of-the-buffalo-skyline/ A 12-story, 230-unit condominium is planned for the former Keystone Kelly restaurant in Fort Erie, which will offer “fantastic” views of the Niagara River, Lake Erie and the Buffalo skyline. Marketed as Discoverie, the project, estimated at $250 million, is proposed for 7 Central Ave., Garrison Road. Across the street is the Nexus Enrollment Center […]]]>

A 12-story, 230-unit condominium is planned for the former Keystone Kelly restaurant in Fort Erie, which will offer “fantastic” views of the Niagara River, Lake Erie and the Buffalo skyline.

Marketed as Discoverie, the project, estimated at $250 million, is proposed for 7 Central Ave., Garrison Road. Across the street is the Nexus Enrollment Center and Mather Arch Park.

The person behind the project is local developer Jeffrey Andrews, while Signature Communities will be the company building it.

Ray Rosettani, a longtime Niagara real estate agent with Re/Max and local representative marketing the development, recently posted a YouTube video describing the project, noting that it had been “in the works” for a few years.

“I was fortunate to be involved from day one, helping Cengar Developments secure, first, 7 Central, then eventually negotiate and expand it into the Duty Free (overflow) car park, which belonged to the Peace Bridge Authority,” Rosettani said.

“We have a real nice size site, which offers fantastic views. Obviously, the location of our development is phenomenal. It’s very, very close to the QEW…really close to Buffalo airport, Niagara Falls (NY) airport, all kinds of entertainment very, very close.”

He said the building will have a “stately” foyer/reception area for residents and their guests, as well as parking access.

A rooftop terrace will be above the eighth floor offering panoramic views of Buffalo, Rosettani said.

“We have rooms you can book on the roof for private functions, just go there to barbecue and hang out with friends and family,” he said. “We also have Discoverie Lanes, which is a bowling alley, and a wine bar, which will be for residents and your guests only.”

In an interview, Rosettani said there was “nothing” like this development in town.

“It will be the first of its kind, and I think it will pave the way for others to come,” he said. “I think a lot of people have always been afraid of, you hear it all over town, like, ‘This will never happen in Fort Erie.’ It’s time. There are outside investors who really believe in Fort Erie, especially in this place.

Rosettani said the original plan was for the developer to build a smaller, 80-unit building on the land that housed the former Keystone Kelly restaurant, which sat vacant for about 15 years.

“We had so much interest that Jeff said, ‘Why don’t we see if we can negotiate the parking lot behind.’

Rosettani said negotiations with the Peace Bridge Authority were successful and the size and scope of the project could be expanded.

He said only about 10 spaces were used as overflow parking for employees with the nearby Duty Free store, which has its own lot.

Rosettani said the development will also include commercial uses on the first floor, a meeting area on the second floor, a fitness center on the third floor and four floors of covered ground parking.

He said inaccurate information had been posted online about the development, including that the building would be directly on the water or that the motel behind the development would be demolished, which is not the case.

Rosettani said an exhibition hall to promote the development directly on site allows visitors to meet him or his team and interact with a touch screen showing 3D renderings of different areas of the future building, units and floor plans.

He said building and infrastructure permits will need to be obtained from the municipality, but “what they are offering and what they are doing has all been approved by the city.”

The plan is to begin construction next June, with completion by the end of 2025, early 2026.

Rosettani said he received “a lot of positive feedback” on the development, adding that the cost to purchase a unit will range from around $560,000 to $1 million.

For more information, visit sellingforterie.com.

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Developers pull two-story condo plan | Local News https://tribunetower.info/developers-pull-two-story-condo-plan-local-news-2/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/developers-pull-two-story-condo-plan-local-news-2/ A proposed multi-family housing development for the southwest side of town is stalling, but the property’s realtor says it has a new buyer. Kokomo City Council voted Monday to deny a rezoning request that would rezone a lot just over 2 acres just east of Ladd Dental Group, 2333 W. Lincoln Road, from commercial office […]]]>

A proposed multi-family housing development for the southwest side of town is stalling, but the property’s realtor says it has a new buyer.

Kokomo City Council voted Monday to deny a rezoning request that would rezone a lot just over 2 acres just east of Ladd Dental Group, 2333 W. Lincoln Road, from commercial office to general multi-family residential.

The plan for the property was to build two-story condominiums on the property. This plan, however, seems to be dead in the water.

Councilor Matt Grecu said Monday ahead of the council vote that the petitioner, John Ladd, who currently owns the land, had requested that the rezoning application be “withdrawn”.

Since the application has made its way to the city council, the only way it will be “withdrawn” is if the city council rejects it. A rezoning request that is not voted on by the city council is actually approved by default after a certain period of time.

The Tribune attempted to reach Jameel Murphy, CEO of Zam Development, which would develop the two-story condos, but the phone number on the companies’ website was unreachable.

The property’s realtor, Jennifer Newell of Re/Max, said Thursday that Zam Development had pulled out of the project and had a new buyer for the property.

She added that a new rezoning application will be presented to the Kokomo Plan Commission later this year. She declined to comment further or provide additional details on what the new buyer has planned for the property.

The proposed two-story condo project faced backlash from some residents of the adjacent Westbrook Homeowners Association Executive Square, who were largely concerned about the potential loss of privacy and the increased noise and traffic the condos would cause.

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Bradenton City Hall property proposals include condos, rental units https://tribunetower.info/bradenton-city-hall-property-proposals-include-condos-rental-units/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 10:03:24 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/bradenton-city-hall-property-proposals-include-condos-rental-units/ Downtown Bradenton may soon feature a new mixed-use high-rise with condo and rental units, retail, restaurants and hotels on the Manatee River waterfront. Officials are considering the sale of the downtown Bradenton City Hall property and last week discussed proposals from five developers hoping to buy the 3.9-acre site. The proposals outline major high-rise projects […]]]>

Downtown Bradenton may soon feature a new mixed-use high-rise with condo and rental units, retail, restaurants and hotels on the Manatee River waterfront.

Officials are considering the sale of the downtown Bradenton City Hall property and last week discussed proposals from five developers hoping to buy the 3.9-acre site.

The proposals outline major high-rise projects that officials envision as the centerpiece of future downtown redevelopment.

In case you missed it:Sale of Bradenton’s waterfront City Hall property could catalyze downtown redevelopment

Previously:Bradenton announces sale of City Hall property and asks for more than $10.46 million

L&L Development offers The Vias in Bradenton

L&L Development Group and NDC Construction Co. have offered $14.1 million for the property and have proposed a mixed-use development known as The Vias in Bradenton that could rise up to 20 stories .

The proposal includes a Marriot AC hotel with 130 rooms, 25.00 square feet of retail space, 100 condominiums, 350 rental apartments and a parking garage.

The L&L Development Group is led by Palm Beach-based developer David Levinson. The company has developed or acquired over 10 million square feet of commercial and residential space since 2000. The company has previously worked on massive projects like TSX Broadway in Times Square and Wynwood Plaza in Miami.

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Bradenton City Hall property proposals include condos, rental units https://tribunetower.info/bradenton-city-hall-property-proposals-include-condos-rental-units-2/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/bradenton-city-hall-property-proposals-include-condos-rental-units-2/ Downtown Bradenton may soon feature a new mixed-use high-rise with condo and rental units, retail, restaurants and hotels on the Manatee River waterfront. Officials are considering the sale of the downtown Bradenton City Hall property and last week discussed proposals from five developers hoping to buy the 3.9-acre site. The proposals outline major high-rise projects […]]]>

Downtown Bradenton may soon feature a new mixed-use high-rise with condo and rental units, retail, restaurants and hotels on the Manatee River waterfront.

Officials are considering the sale of the downtown Bradenton City Hall property and last week discussed proposals from five developers hoping to buy the 3.9-acre site.

The proposals outline major high-rise projects that officials envision as the centerpiece of future downtown redevelopment.

In case you missed it:Sale of Bradenton’s waterfront City Hall property could catalyze downtown redevelopment

Previously:Bradenton announces sale of City Hall property and asks for more than $10.46 million

L&L Development offers The Vias in Bradenton

L&L Development Group and NDC Construction Co. have offered $14.1 million for the property and have proposed a mixed-use development known as The Vias in Bradenton that could rise up to 20 stories .

The proposal includes a Marriot AC hotel with 130 rooms, 25.00 square feet of retail space, 100 condominiums, 350 rental apartments and a parking garage.

The L&L Development Group is led by Palm Beach-based developer David Levinson. The company has developed or acquired over 10 million square feet of commercial and residential space since 2000. The company has previously worked on massive projects like TSX Broadway in Times Square and Wynwood Plaza in Miami.

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Condos sold, and for how much, in Mississauga and Regent Park https://tribunetower.info/condos-sold-and-for-how-much-in-mississauga-and-regent-park/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 11:11:12 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/condos-sold-and-for-how-much-in-mississauga-and-regent-park/ MISSISSAUGA Location: 2177 Burnhamthorpe Road. O., Unit 1107, Burnhamthorpe Road. W. and Erin Mills Pkwy. Ask for a price: $559,000 Sale price: $505,000 Previous sale price: $358,000 (2017) Cut: approximately 670 square feet Car park: owned underground space, owned locker Maintenance fees: $698.13 per month Taxes: $1,858 (2022) Bedrooms: 1+1 Bathrooms : 1 Sold: July […]]]>

MISSISSAUGA

Location: 2177 Burnhamthorpe Road. O., Unit 1107,

Burnhamthorpe Road. W. and Erin Mills Pkwy.

Ask for a price: $559,000

Sale price: $505,000

Previous sale price: $358,000 (2017)

Cut: approximately 670 square feet

Car park: owned underground space, owned locker

Maintenance fees: $698.13 per month

Taxes: $1,858 (2022)

Bedrooms: 1+1

Bathrooms : 1

Sold: July 22/22. Firm: August 19/22.

This condo suite sold for 90% of the listing price within a week.

“This is a spacious condominium suite in a gated community surrounded by a wooded ravine and a paved bike path to the Credit River. Highlights include an open concept living and dining room, panoramic northwest views and a bright sunroom/den,” says listing agent Amit Kalia.

The building is close to shopping, restaurants, schools, the South Common Community Center, Sawmill Creek Park, the University of Mississauga Campus, Credit Valley Golf and Country Club, public transportation and the access to the highway. 403.

Building amenities include a concierge, gym, indoor pool, party/meeting room, squash/racquet court, guest suites and parking for visitors.

2177 Burnhamthorpe Road.  O., #1107

The unit has: laminate floors; open living/dining room and kitchen; the kitchen has a ceramic floor and a breakfast bar; master bedroom with wardrobe; solarium; four piece bathroom.

Listing agent: Amit Kalia, Team Kalia, Re/Max Real Estate Center Inc., Brokerage, 905-339-5111; www.realestate-ontario.com

REGENT PARK

Location: 90 Sumach Street, Unit 611,

Sumach and Queen Sts.

Ask for a price: $1,000,000

Sale price: $975,000

Previous sale price: $390,000 (2005)

Cut: approximately 1,069 square feet

Car park: owned underground space, owned locker

Maintenance fees: $734.66 per month

Taxes: $3,595 (2022)

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms : 1

Sold: July 20/22. Firm: September 14/22.

90 Sumach Street, #611

Located in the Brewery Lofts building in downtown Toronto, this suite features 14-foot ceilings. It sold out for 98% of the listing price in nine days.

“This bright and spacious condo has polished concrete floors, concrete columns, floor-to-ceiling windows, a nine-foot entry door, a sliding maple door that leads to an adjoining storage area and appliances. stainless steel appliances in the kitchen,” says the listing agent. Erica Reddy.

The building is close to shopping, restaurants, schools, Regent Park Community Center, Pam McConnell Aquatic Center, parks, library, public transit and access to Don Valley Pkwy. and Gardiner Expwy.

Building facilities include a party/meeting room, roof terrace/garden and parking for visitors.

90 Sumach Street, #611

The unit has: polished concrete floors; entrance hall; the open living room and bedrooms are also open to the kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar; elevated master bedroom with hardwood floor; four piece bathroom.

90 Sumach Street, #611

Listing agent: Erica Reddy, Royal LePage Signature Realty Erica Reddy, Brokerage, 416-587-2782; www.ericareddy.com.

What they got is compiled by freelance contributor Allison Harness, a Toronto-based real estate writer, from publicly available information. Send recent home sales to soldhome@rogers.com. Not all submissions can be used.

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