111 Elizabeth St, Toronto

One City Hall Place

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Marlow Singh
Marlow Singh
Property.ca Inc., Brokerage
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350 sqft - 1949 sqft
Avg $1,013 per square foot
Built in 2007
16 floors/ 522 units
High-Rise condo


This downtown condo is a popular choice with physicians, Financial District employees and academics because it is steps from where they work and offers convenient city living in a contemporary, yet comfortable atmosphere. One City Hall Place at 111 Elizabeth Street was built in 2007 by Diamante Development and designed by the renowned Hariri Pontarini Architects and Young and Wright Architects. Quality design features like 9-10 foot ceilings, spacious closets, floor-to-ceiling windows and extra deep balconies mean the 522 suites "live" larger than their square footage might suggest. Not that the suites are small - they range from Studios to Two-bedroom plus den, and almost all have balconies with views of Toronto's landmark buildings like the CN Tower and, of course, City Hall. The common areas of the building are distinctive as well, with stylish furnishings, living walls and water walls and a number of outdoor lounge spaces. Of the condos for sale in Toronto, One City Hall Place has a reputation for being a very well run building served by courteous and professional security and concierge staff.

Most Notable Features

Convenience: The walk score here is 100 and what you can't see from your balcony is probably only minutes away. There's a Longo's Market right in the building and The Eaton Centre is just across the street. Major city hospitals Sick Kids, Toronto General and Mount Sinai are here and the University of Toronto and Ryerson University are just a quick walk away. If you need to venture out of The Core, the TTC is no more than a 3-minute walk as well.

Amenities: Everything you expect from luxury condo living is here at One City Hall Place. Workout facilities featuring separate weight and aerobics areas, a large indoor pool with lounge space, saunas and change rooms for men and women, four guest suites along with visitor parking and 24-hour security and concierge services. It's the added touch of landscaping and water features on the fantastic roof top lounge and BBQ sundeck that make the building special. The two-storey party room has private dining rooms along with a walkout to a garden sitting area for when you'd like to entertain.

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Rooftop Deck
Party Room
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Meeting Room
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction

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Date Registered
Oct 2, 2007
732 - 111 Elizabeth St
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 255th

Highest price per sqft out of 458 condos in Downtown

condo Values : -5.5%

Year over year change in values at 111 Elizabeth St, Toronto

Avg. Price per Sqft : $1014/sqft

Based on 9 recent sales at 111 Elizabeth St, Toronto

Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $4.41/sqft

Based on 57 recent rentals at 111 Elizabeth St, Toronto

Area Comparison : -3.9%

Less expensive than The Core condos for sale

Avg. days on Market : 25 days

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About 111 Elizabeth St, Toronto

You're spoiled for choice when it comes to coffee, with several Starbucks and Tim Horton's locations close by, along with Aroma Espresso Bar less than a three-minute walk away. Dining options from the casual Japango and Yueh Tung Restaurant to the upscale Lai Wah Heen are just out the front door. You are also a short trip from King West and some of the top restaurants in the city. Groceries can be found at downstairs at the built-in Longo's and you'll find The Kitchen Table and a 24-hr Metro close by as well. Catch the latest blockbuster at Cineplex Cinemas or something artier at Jackman Hall. Live theatre is around the corner at The Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres, and, with the Textile Museum of Canada, Campbell House and Mackenzie House - City of Toronto Historic Sites a short walk away from your door, you'll always have something to do on a rainy day. Love being outside? Look no further than Larry Sefton Park, Trinity Square or Yonge Theatre Block Park, which are not far away from One City Hall Place.

There are streetcar stops outside the building on Dundas and you are only a three-minute walk to the Dundas Street or St.Patrick Street TTC subway stations. Access to the Gardiner Expy via Yonge St onramp is within a 4 minute drive, making it easy to get around Toronto and other cities as required.