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The 10,263-square-foot, two-storey 'Cumberland Apartment' penthouse on Bloor Street in Toronto has long been sacred to local fans of high modernist power-style architecture. It's back on the market, restored and brought up-to-date by interior designer J. F. Brennan

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130 Bloor Street West, Toronto. Renovation by Quadrangle Architects.

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Inside the Cumberland Apartment, formerly the penthouse residence of businessman Noah Torno, which has been restored and brought up to date by interior designer J. F. Brennan. The asking price is upwards of $30-million.

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The staircase to the second level of the Cumberland Apartment.

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The study, with inlaid hardwood flooring and hardwood walls.

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The kitchen, dining area and lounge, with an expansive city view.

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The sitting room has a view to the south.

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The formal dining room.

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