Grand Harbour – Just Listed

GRAND HARBOUR, 2285 Lake Shore B W, Suite 902 – $1,659,000

One of the best renovations ever undertaken at this iconic landmark! Suite 902 is a spectacular condominium residence, with 1,638 square feet of luxury living space, 2+1-bedrooms, and enchanting southern views that include the lake, marina, and city skyline, plus a 117 square foot terrace, offering phenomenal water vistas. This suite has been impeccably renovated for the discerning buyer, who seeks unmatched scale and style, with quiet indoor/outdoor living.
GRAND HARBOUR features many amenities, including concierge services, 2 guest suites, and a health club, with a squash court, a sauna room, an indoor pool, a party room, with catering kitchen, and a lounge. It is conveniently located, with easy access to major arteries, particularly Lake Shore Boulevard, the Gardiner Expressway, and the Queen Elizabeth Way. It is approximately a 10-minute drive to downtown Toronto and 10-minutes to the airport.

Taxes: $3,976.04 2020 Maintenance Fees: $1,745.251 Parking and 1 oversized locker

Call today to tour this exclusive opportunity!

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Luke Dalinda, Realtor. Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Brokerage.


In the condo world, newer is NOT better!

I have been saying it for years now. When it comes to condos, newer IS NOT better. Buying a condo that has been built recently is a risk. It is a risk because it was most likely rushed to completion, and it is a risk because the condo has just been handed over to the owners from the builder, so the financial stability and maintenance fees are a big question mark.

Then, when your Corporation elects its first Board of Directors, you pretty much have a group of owners who have never served on a condo board before led by a brand new manager still trying to figure out the mess left behind by the builder, which, in a nutshell, leads to bad decision-making and increased maintenance fees.

Wait, it gets better…

Then, your suite, as so many other buildings have experienced, could be flooded on a regular basis because the plumbing was not set up right. Watch how fast you become uninsured and your carefree condo dream becomes a nightmare.

This is why I strongly recommend that clients buy an older condo, because it is established and secure.

In older condominium construction, the walls and floor plates are thicker, and the suites are spaced out farther apart, so you are not hearing and “living” with your neighbours.

This all brings me to the reason why Palace Place is the ONLY place to be.

Palace Place had been built in 1993 by Bramalea Limited, Canada’s largest builder at the time, at a record cost of $200-million. Simply put, the construction is unrivalled.

Add to this, the financial health of Palace Place makes it one of the strongest condominium corporations in the city.

When new, inferior construction is charging significantly higher per square foot, buyers are learning of the incomparable advantages that only Palace Place can offer. Why buy the K-car when you can own the Mercedes-Benz?

Buyers want space, and, most importantly, buyers want quality. New construction fails to deliver these two key requirements. Palace Place offers unrivalled construction, spacious floor plans, 5-star amenities and services, and million dollar forever views that you cannot find in new buildings today!

Come see for yourself!

Call or text today for a private tour of Toronto’s most luxurious waterfront condominium residence.


Luke Dalinda, Sales Representative. Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Brokerage.


80 Marine Parade Drive, Penthouse 01 Sold by Luke Dalinda

Just Sold: 80 Marine Parade Drive, Penthouse 01 for $3,800,000

I have written to proudly announce that I have set yet another record price in Humber Bay Shores by having just sold 80 Marine Parade Drive, Penthouse 01 for a historic $3,800,000, or $1,077 per square foot, by having represented the seller. 

As one of the biggest new penthouses, it is also the biggest sale in Humber Bay Shores history.

This sale price of $1,077 per square foot is a bargain when new construction is charging up to $1,200 per square foot.


Palace Place, 1 Palace Pier Court, Suite 1510 Sold by Luke Dalinda

JUST SOLD, Palace Place, 1 Palace Pier Court, Suite 1510 for a record price of $870,000 (Buyer and Seller representative)


Luke Dalinda, Sales Representative. Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Brokerage.