600 Fleet St. Malibu Condos | Downtown Toronto | Lakeshore and Bathurst

  • 600 Fleet St.
  • Malibu
  • M5V 1B7
  • TSCC/1989
  • 32 Storey high rise condo building
  • Built by Malibu Investments Inc.
  • Completed in 2008
  • Located at Bathurst and Lakeshore, Downtown Toronto

Amenities at Malibu include:  Indoor pool, whirlpool, sundeck, exercise room, Malibu Club Lounge, Concierge and guest suites.

Steven Campbell, Sales Representative
Forest Hill Real Estate Inc., Brokerage

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410 Queens Quay W. Aqua Condos, Lakeshore and Spadina

  • 410 Queens Quay W.
  • Aqua
  • M5V 3T1
  • TSCC/1485
  • 17 Storey condo building
  • Built by Monarch
  • Completed in 2003
  • Located in Downtown Toronto at the corner of Queens Quay and Spadina just south of Lakeshore.

The amenities at Aqua include a gym, whirlpool, 24 hour concierge, sauna, rooftop patio,barbeque area and a billiard’s room.  Located on the waterfront and very close to transportation, CN Tower, entertainment district and many other local attractions.

Steven Campbell, Sales Representative
Forest Hill Real Estate Inc., Brokerage

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Toronto Real Estate Board Market Update May 2010: GTA REALTORS® Report Monthly Resale Housing Figures

TORONTO, JUNE 3, 2010?Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported 9,470 sales through the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in May, representing a one per cent dip from May 2009. In comparison to previous years, this was the third highest May sales result on record.

“The pace of transactions slowed in May following record setting sales in February, March and April,” said Toronto Real Estate Board President Tom Lebour. “Buyers who otherwise would have been purchasing a home in May moved more quickly this year, likely to get ahead of mortgage rate hikes.”

New listings were up 38 per cent annually to 18,940. The average price for May transactions was $446,593 – up 13 per cent compared to the average of $395,609 recorded in May 2009.

“The gap between listings and sales has widened, which means there is more choice for buyers,” said Jason Mercer, TREB’s Senior Manager of Market Analysis. “The annual rate of price growth will slow in the second half of 2010, from the current double digit pace into the single digits.”

Source: TREB (Toronto Real Estate Board)

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