High Rise Luxury Condo For Sale
180 University Avenue , Toronto, ON, M5H 3C6
Business center, Movie Screen Room | Board Room | Banquet Room | Spa | Indoor Pool | Indoor Hot Tub | Valet Parking | Concierge | Workout Facilities | Yoga Studio | Steam Room | Housekeeping | Room Service | Limousine Service | Doorman
Built-in dishwasher, Built-in Oven, Dryer, Fridge, Microwave, Stainless steel appliances, Stove, Washer, Miele and Sub Zero Appliances
Bath and shower, Bath Tub, Marble or basalt flooring
Close to All Services, Highway Access, Lake/Pond/River, Near Park, Near Schools, Panoramic View, Public Transportation, Entertainment District, First Canadian Place Public Park , Metro Hall , Nathan Phillips Square , Sir William Campbell House , and St. Patricks Square , Boutique Condos - Structure 1, Boutique Condos - Structure 2, 140 Simcoe Street, 165 University Avenue, 170 University Avenue, DBRS Tower, 155 University, 145 Adelaide Street West, 200 Adelaide West, and The Monitor Building
Hariri Pontarini Architects / James K M Cheng Arch
1 bed, 1 bed + den, 2 bed, 2 Bed Family, 2 Bed Family Library, 3 Bed Family, 3 Bed Family Library, 4 Bed Family Library
818 - 6,697 sq. ft
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|Year of Construction: ||2012|
Property Tax Calculation
"The Land Transfer Tax in Toronto, Ontario based on the selling price of $850,000.00 is $26,200.00 and the annual property tax based on Assessment value of $850,000.00 is $6,740.00."
* The land transfer tax formula for Ontario
$0 to $55,000.00 - land transfer tax is 0.5% plus $55,000.00 to $250,000.00 - land transfer tax is 1.0% plus $250,000.00 to $400,000.00 - land transfer tax is 1.5% plus $400,000.00 and up - land transfer tax is 2.0%
* The land transfer tax formula for Toronto, ON
$0 to $55,000.00 - land transfer tax is 0.5% plus $55,000.01 to $400,000.00 - land transfer tax is 1.0% plus $400,000.00 and up - land transfer tax is 2.0%
The annual property tax for Toronto ON
Assessment Value of $850,000.00
Total Tax is: $6,740.00*
$1,964.00 goes to Education
$4,776.00 goes to the City
The total property tax is divided between city tax and education tax. A portion of this tax goes to fund the Province's Education system.
For 2011 the municipal tax rate is 0.5619218%.
For 2011 the education tax rate is 0.231000%.
The total tax rate for 2011 is 0.7929218%.