Two villas in a condominium complex are on the auction block in Vancouver, the most expensive condo ever built.
The $2,822,000 home at 940 Burrard Street is listed for $3.75 million.
It was built in 1993 by the Villa de Tresor de Vancouver and sold in 2018 for $1.4 million.
Its previous owners bought it in 2012 for $900,000.
It is in good condition with its original garage.
Its current owners, the property developer, have leased it to a buyer.
“It is in perfect condition and has all the necessary maintenance that we would want to have,” said the developer, Chris Dickson.
The property’s current owner, John Parnell, has sold it to another developer.
The other $1,000,000 condo, a one-bedroom apartment at 828 Eglinton Ave., was listed in April for $4.5 million.
The current owner bought it for $600,000 in 2014.
It has a water main and is listed in fair condition.
The two properties are two of the city’s most expensive and most expensive condominiums ever built in Vancouver.
The two villas are the first to be built in the area since the downtown condo boom in the early 2000s.
The area, which has seen the rapid growth of the downtown area, is home to the world-renowned Art Gallery of Ontario, which recently reopened its flagship building.
It’s home to more than 40 galleries and museums, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Canadian Museum of History, the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Vancouver Aquarium.
In an interview, Dickson said the condos were built at a time when condo sales were soaring.
“At the time, they were so low,” he said.
“In 2005, when we were buying the condos, we were able to buy condos at the low end, $800,000.”