In a two-story, $12 million condo in Toronto’s Shangri-La

Written by
Laura Hanrahan

When it comes to luxury living in downtown Toronto, it’s hard to beat the opulence of Shangri-La. And anyone wanting a taste of what that ultra-luxurious lifestyle is like, look no further than the sprawling 56th-floor skyscraper that recently hit the market.

Listed for $12 million, the three-bedroom, four-bathroom unit is located in the area of ​​the Shangri-La referred to as the “Private Estates Collection.” Spanning over 4,400 square feet over two floors, the apartment looks more like a 56-story home in the sky than a typical Toronto apartment.

Unsurprisingly, the device is dripping with greatness. High 20-ft ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows offer some of the best views of the city you’ll find – including a direct view of the CN Tower. And the kitchen, equipped with quality appliances, has a custom design by the Italian designer Boffi.

Being the size of this unit, it’s not exactly difficult to make it feel spacious, but the abundance of windows and the floating glass staircase that runs through the center of the apartment makes it even more open and airy. Unsurprisingly, the bedrooms are incredibly spacious and each has its own bathroom and walk-in closet. With a setup like that, getting ready in the morning should be a breeze.

Specifications:

Since the Shangri-La is a luxury building, it comes with a whole host of luxurious amenities. Residents here have access to everything from condo staples like a gym, sauna, and concierge to more unusual perks like a car wash, infrared sauna, and the Miraj Hammam Spa. And for those looking for some live entertainment without having to leave their apartment building, they can enjoy the nightly music in the lobby bar.


Our favorite thing

The balconies. Not only are there multiple private balconies on this unit, which is impressive enough on its own, but there is one from each of the three bedrooms. Waking up and setting foot there to enjoy the panoramic view of Toronto would really make you feel like you are on top of the city.


Although the Shangri-La occupancy began in 2012—shortly after the tower’s construction was completed—this particular condo unit has never actually been occupied. As the listing puts it, this sale presents the rare opportunity “to own the largest never-before-inhabited private estate in the luxurious Shangri-La Residences.” Since the unit just went up for sale this week, it remains to be seen how soon it will get its very first occupant.

WELCOME TO UNIT 5602

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Written by
Laura Hanrahan