Imagine you wanted to live at Yonge and Eglinton, and found three suites in the same building at La Piazza Boutique Lofts. The area is about to get redeveloped with more condos and more accessible transit with the Crosstown Light Rail Transit (LRT). Today in Curbed's Real Estate Deathmatch we compare three similar condo units and you decide which real estate listing did it best.
|Address:||# 101 - 39 Roehampton Ave.||#202||Penthouse|
|Beds, Baths:||1+1, 2||1, 2||1+1, 2|
↑Unit #101 on Roehampton is the largest and cheapest unit out of the three. It's a two-storey "New York style" boutique loft with large windows, a second floor bedroom and open office space. It's on the ground floor but still far enough from the Yonge and Eglinton traffic to hear the noise. The unit includes a front patio and a place for barbecuing; parking and locker is included.
↑ Unit #202 has a recently renovated master suite with similar large windows on two levels. This unit has a wood burning fireplace and private rooftop terrace with barbecue. Parking and locker is also include with the unit.
↑ Last up is the penthouse unit on the third floor that's had over "$60,000" worth of upgrades including a custom kitchen. The unit isn't big for a penthouse at approximately 850 square feet but two-levels and high ceilings make the space feel larger. Parking, locker and a spacious rooftop patio are included.
Note: The editor knows the owner of #101 - 39 Roehampton Avenue.
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