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After a Bitter Divorce, a $27 Million Penthouse Hits the Market

In Toronto, one of the city’s most expensive properties is up for sale.

Before Sarah Pursglove and her husband, the Finnish entrepreneur Robert Oesterlund, became the subjects of one of the most high-profile divorces in recent history, they were considering a change of scenery. (Oesterlund’s efforts to make as much as $400 million “disappear” were chronicled in the New York Times Magazine.) With homes in Finland, the U.S., and the Bahamas already, “we were looking at places in Canada and interested in something that would be similar to New York, and walkable,” Pursglove said.

They fell in love with Toronto, which had direct flights to their other homes, and “happened to be at the right place at the right time,” she said. The couple locked in a penthouse condominium on top of the 55-story Four Seasons Private Residences tower, which was still under construction.