A look inside Toronto's Skybridge condo, Canada's only suspended residence (VIDEO)

Mar 29 2021, 12:54 pm

If you’ve ever walked past 21 Iceboat Terrace in Toronto’s City Place and looked way up, you would have seen the Skybridge condo — Canada’s only suspended residence.

The three-level condo that’s suspended 33 storeys up in the air is currently on the market for $4,550,000. It’s a rare opportunity to own one of the most luxurious — and unique — condos in the city, and for that price, you’ll be getting more than 4,100 sq ft of indoor space plus a massive 823 sq ft terrace on the top of the bridge.

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The inside of the bridge, which spans 130 ft in length (for context, that’s longer than a Boeing 737), is dedicated to a 2,000 sq ft dining and living area with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer breathtaking views of the lake and the city.

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skybridge condo

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The unit has three bedrooms and four bathrooms, with the master bedroom taking up its own level of the condo. Although the entire unit is stunning, the all-marble master bathroom may just be the most jaw-dropping part of all.

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Courtesy of ListingsTO

Courtesy of ListingsTO

Bryan Nunes, a local luxury realtor from ListingsTO, recorded a behind-the-scenes tour of this ultra-rare property. According to Nunes, this really is a one-of-a-kind home.

“The opportunity to own something this unique doesn’t come around often,” Nunes told Daily Hive. “A price tag has been put on this unit, but it really is priceless. Once it’s gone it’s gone, you can’t just go out and find another bridge apartment. Imagine being able to point at the Toronto skyline from any distance and say ‘I live THERE.'”

The pool of buyers for a property of this price is unsurprisingly much smaller than it would be for your average Toronto condo.

“Finding a buyer for this listing is as unique a process as the unit is,” Nunes said. “The eventual buyer will appreciate the rarity of a layout like this, and the entertaining opportunities it affords. That being said, living in a suspended bridge 33 stories up isn’t for everyone, but someone will be very, very happy in this one-of-a-kind home.”

After looking at this unit, it’s safe to say that anyone with deep pockets and no fear of heights would be extremely comfortable in the Skybridge condo.

Laura HanrahanLaura Hanrahan

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