389 Dundas Street London Ontario
389 Dundas Street London Ontario is a highrise condominium residence apartment building in downtown London and known as London Towers. Though built in 1977, this building has had extensive upgrades recently, and the location is terrific for access to all that London downtown has to offer.
- 150 Units,
- 24 floors,
- saltwater pool
- Fitness facility
- Underground parking
- 24-hour security
- Gathering Area
- Condo Fees Include: Building Insurance, Building Maintenance, Cable TV, Central Air, Common Elements, Decks, Doors, Garbage Removal, Ground Maintenance/Landscaping, Heat, Hydro, Management, Parking, Roof, Snow Removal, Water, Water Heater, Windows
- In 2019, seventeen residences were sold at 389 Dundas, 5 one bedroom apartments from $169,500 to $245,000, 10 two bedroom residences from $170,000 to $419,900 and 2 three bedroom condos, one at $190,000 and the other at $251,500
- In 2018, 21 apartment condos had new owners, one-bedrooms sold from $139,000 to $150,000, 15 two-bedroom units between $150,000 to $279,900 and two three-bedroom units, $217,000 to $255,000!
- In 2017, 24 apartment condominiums sold. Six 1 bedroom apartments, $104,900 to $184,500, 16 two bedroom units from as low as $97,500 to $216,000 and two 3 bedroom residences between $185,000 to $209,000.
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