City as in the general market. Toronto's fees are on average higher than vancouver's for some unknown reason. Seems like a lot of the newer buildings are going up quicker and faster but so are the maintenance fees due to lack of quality construction. It's a market feedback that needs to occur eventually or maintenance fees will continue to rise as developers build ridiculously unnecessary amenities that do nothing more than sell a unit initially but leave residents with huge climbing fees.
Amenities which can generally be removed or modified by the owners if they want to reduce their fees. Step #1 can be to fire 24/7 security and close the pool which would reduce fees by about 1/3rd.
Some buildings like One St. Thomas seem to purposefully keep their maintenance fees high to keep out the riff-raff. They don't actually have much in the way of services, yet have fees nearly double psft other buildings. $2M for the unit (1200 sqft), $1800/month for property taxes, and $1500/month in condo fees.