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Keystone: Kaneff’s two-bedroom suites among the most liveable condo units in downtown Mississauga

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Keystone: Kaneff’s two-bedroom suites among the most liveable condo units in downtown Mississauga

Located on the city’s last remaining ravine lot, Keystone‘s stunning two-bedroom suites, by Kaneff, offer something that’s rare to find in downtown Mississauga. For unbeatable value in the neighbourhood, they feature spacious floorplans that are modern, functional, and truly liveable. They also place you at the doorstep of key urban amenities, including Square One, restaurants, and public transit. Here’s why they’re the perfect place to grow your family, downsize, or start your next chapter.

Exceptional value for space

Ranging in size from 692 to 743 sq. ft., Keystone’s two-bedroom suites give you plenty of liveable space to fit your lifestyle. Enjoy soaring nine- or 10-ft. ceilings, a roomy master bedroom that comfortably fits a queen bed, and the luxury of having two full bathrooms (including a master ensuite). Whether you’re inviting family over for dinner or just kicking back and relaxing, you’ll always have the space you need.

Versatile, functional floorplans

Thanks to their functional floorplans, Keystone’s two-bedroom suites are optimized for modern life. Their open-concept layouts and practical room dimensions maximize usable space while making them easy to furnish. And because of their intelligent design, they offer a unique versatility that makes them easy to adapt into a place that matches your personal preferences and feels like home.

Spectacular views and outdoor space

No matter which two-bedroom suite you select, you’ll have spectacular views of the adjacent ravine, Mississauga’s city skyline, or Lake Ontario. Because all Keystone suites have balconies, you won’t have to settle for enjoying the stunning view just from your windows. And even if you’re looking for some extra outdoor space, you can always select a floor plan that offers both a balcony and an expansive 15-by-20-ft. terrace.

Elegant yet practical features and finishes

At Keystone, it’s the details that make all the difference. That’s why the features and finishes in the two-bedroom suites are both elegant and practical. The custom cabinets and vanities, engineered quartz countertops, relaxing soaker tub, and modern chrome accessories, add an exquisite, sophisticated touch to your suite. And the full-sized kitchen appliances, extended upper cabinets, and optional kitchen island make it a convenient space that can grow with you. You’ll also have the luxury of choosing from three standard designer-selected interior finishes to create a space that truly fits your needs.

Discover the best value for money in Mississauga condo living. Visit the sales centre to book your suite today.


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TANU

TANU is a carefully shaped residence that speaks of quality and craftsmanship

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TANU is a carefully shaped residence that speaks of quality and craftsmanship

Living in Port Credit is like being part of a small town but with all the perks of the big city. Just a 22-minute GO Train ride to downtown Toronto, Port Credit Village is a lakeside oasis full of small shops, intimate restaurants and historic charm. With Toronto and Mississauga continuously booming, it’s rare to find a place so close by that still possesses a strong sense of community and belonging to its guests and inhabitants. Residents say Port Credit is their forever home, and many generations of families live within blocks of one another.

Local developer, Edenshaw, has created a new address in Port Credit for those looking to join the village on the water with their bespoke condos and townhouses at TANU, a 15-storey residence on Park Street designed by award-wining architecture and design firms, IBI Group and TACT Design. The friendly, small-town ambiance of Port Credit inspires this carefully shaped residence that speaks of quality and craftsmanship. TANU also offers proximity to both Lake Ontario and the Credit River, lush parks and trails, and is just a five-minute walk to the GO Train, MiWay and the planned Hurontario LRT at the adjacent Mobility Hub.

What makes Port Credit so special? The picturesque waterfront has marinas, parks and trails that invite residents to walk, bike, run or stroll year-round. And despite its small-town character, Port Credit certainly isn’t sleepy. There are more than 60 restaurants offering fare from gourmet pizza and burritos to seafood and raw food. Known and respected as home to one of Canada’s most successful main streets, Port Credit boasts over 400 unique retail shops, boutiques, and services. This “Village on the Lake” is hailed as Mississauga’s premier cultural, entertainment, and culinary district due to its array of eateries and award-winning festivals and events.

While residents of Port Credit – and soon-to-be homeowners at TANU – can look forward to summers at the harbourfront patios and holiday shopping down Lakeshore Road in the winter, perhaps the most attractive quality of the township is the abiding sense of community one experiences from shopowners who know their customers by name, friendly neighbours walking their dogs, or the familiar running clubs coming down the trails. David McComb, Edenshaw’s CEO, is a long-time resident of Port Credit himself, and is dedicated to ensuring this exceptional community continues to flourish.

Can’t-miss Port Credit events this summer 2019:

  • Farmer’s Market – Saturdays from June to October 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.;
  • Mississauga Waterfront Festival – a free event including concerts and vendors June 14 to 16;
  • Paint the Town Red – massive Canada Day celebration, parade and fireworks on July 1;
  • 2019 Amacon Mississauga Rotary Ribfest – Port Credit Memorial Park – July 12 to 15;
  • Port Credit Busker Fest – Port Credit’s 13th annual three – day international street performer festival taking place in August;
  • Southside Shuffle – a 21-year-old blues and jazz festival drawing in the crowds this Sept. 6 to 8.

Visit the new Edenshaw Experience Centre, located at 72 Lakeshore Rd. E. The Experience Centre is open from noon to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday, and from noon to 5 p.m. Sundays.


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Mississauga is standing out from the crowd

Mississauga is standing out from the crowd

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Mississauga is standing out from the crowd

Mississauga has always been a city of noteworthy accomplishments, from its inception as a city in 1974 combining the former townships of Lakeview, Cooksville, Lorne Park, Clarkson, Erindale, Sheridan, Dixie, Meadowvale Village, Malton, Port Credit and Streetsville; to being home to Canada’s longest-serving mayor, Hazel McCallion, from 1978 to 2014.

And now, literally at the time of writing, the City was hosting a Town Hall on seeking independence from the Region of Peel.

You might expect such a track record of ambition from one of the most populous – and fastest-growing – municipalities in Canada.

Covering a huge swath of land – 288 square kms, 13 km of which front Lake Ontario – Mississauga comprises many distinct neighbourhoods and communities. The former town of Port Credit, for example, once a sleepy little industrial locale, home to the iconic – and smelly – St. Lawrence Starch Co. plant from 1890 to 1990, today is a much sought-after residential area, thanks to its prized waterfront location.

Local histories

Many of these areas host annual festivals that pay respect to local histories. Streetsville, for example, holds its annual Bread and Honey Festival, paying homage to the area’s roots a mill town. And Port Credit’s Mississauga Waterfront Festival and the Southside Shuffle blues and jazz festival display everything that community has to offer.

With McCallion running the show over 12 consecutive terms, until she stepped aside and Bonnie Crombie won the election in 2014, Mississauga was known as a city of growth. McCallion consistently boasted she oversaw among the lowest taxes in Canada and made it easy for companies to do business there. Today, the area is home to more than 60 Fortune 500 companies, including Laura Secord Chocolates, Honeywell Aerospace, Walmart Canada and Kellogg’s Canada.

Succession

As for seeking its independence from Peel, Crombie’s office points to the following as motivation:

Population: Mississauga has the population to warrant becoming an independent city similar to other large municipalities such as Toronto, Hamilton and Ottawa.

Stability: Mississauga is fiscally strong, has strong resident support and has the necessary capacity and experience to operate as an independent city.

Municipal service: A number of duplications, barriers and complexities in municipal service delivery could be eliminated if Mississauga became an independent city.

Future city building: As an independent City, Mississauga would have full autonomy to focus on City initiatives related to its future growth and development.

Cost: Mississauga pays 60 per cent of the overall property tax levy, yet owns only 29 per cent of regional roads.

Getting around Mississauga is, well, you are travelling over a vast area, and traffic these days… But Hwys 401, 403, 410 and the QEW all run for stretches through the city, and there’s no shortage of GO Transit and Mississauga MiWay Transit options.

For sports and recreation, again Mississauga is blessed with numerous recreational winter and summer sports leagues with decades of local history. Using the Streetsville example again, the Vic Johnston Community Centre dates back to 1961, and sits adjacent to Memorial Park and the Credit River.

And, following the Credit River down to well, Port Credit, Memorial Arena is another beautiful old barn, sitting adjacent to Memorial Park and facing Lake Ontario. The park itself serves as host location for some of the area’s largest festivals.

Then there’s the Paramount Fine Foods Centre (formerly Hershey Centre), where the Ontario Hockey League’s Mississauga Steelheads play, and which also is home to a number of community rinks.

Location, location, location

More than 288.42 square kms, 13 kms fronting Lake Ontario; bounded by Oakville, Milton, Brampton, Toronto and Lake Ontario

Key landmarks

• Square One Shopping Centre

• Mississauga Celebration Square

• Living Arts Centre

• Paramount Fine Foods Centre

• University of Toronto Mississauga

• Sheridan College Business School

Select condo projects

Aspire Condominiums by Conservatory Group

Daniels City Centre by The Daniels Corporation

Edge Towers by Solmar Development Corp.

Exchange District by Camrost Felcorp

Pinnacle Grand Park 2 by Pinnacle International

TANU Condos by Edenshaw Developments


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GTA buyers head west ReMax

GTA homebuyers continue to look west in search of affordability

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GTA homebuyers continue to look west in search of affordability

GTA buyers head west ReMax

Homebuying patterns in the GTA have increasingly shifted west over the last five years, particularly to Halton Region and west Toronto, according to a new report from ReMax of Ontario-Atlantic Canada.

“Growing demand for affordable housing buoyed new construction and contributed to rising market share in Halton Region (from 2013 to 2018),” says Christopher Alexander, executive vice-president, ReMax of Ontario-Atlantic Canada. “Product was coming on-stream at a time when the GTA reported its lowest inventory in years and skyrocketing housing values were raising red flags. Freehold properties in the suburbs farther afield spoke to affordability.”

In analyzing sales trends in nine Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) districts over the past five years, ReMax notes that Halton Region – comprising Burlington, Oakville, Halton Hills and Milton – captured 10.1 per cent of total market share in 2018, leading with a 2.3-per-cent increase over 2013. Toronto West, meanwhile, climbed almost one per cent to 10.5 per cent. Toronto Central rose close to two per cent to 18.7 per cent of total market share, while Simcoe County jumped 0.6 per cent to 3.1 per cent. The gains came at the expense of perennial favourites such as York Region (down 3.2 per cent to 15.3 per cent); East Toronto (down 1.7 per cent to 9.3 per cent); Peel Region (down 0.5 per cent to 20.6 per cent); and Durham Region (down 0.3 per cent to 11.5 per cent). Dufferin County remained stable over the five-year period.

The quest for single-detached housing at an affordable price point has sent throngs of Toronto buyers into the Hamilton housing market over the past decade, ReMax says. The spillover effect has stimulated homebuying activity in most areas flanked by Toronto’s core and Hamilton. Burlington, in particular, soared between 2013 and 2018, with home sales almost doubling and average price climbing 50 per cent to $769,142.

Window of opportunity

But with such strong growth in Burlington, how long will this market remain an affordable option?

“The communities in the west will still be affordable compared to Toronto proper, but what we are going to see is a continued uptick in demand for more of the outlying communities like Brantford, Waterdown, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge and even as far-reaching as London and Niagara,” Alexander told HOMES Publishing. “What will really impact the growth of these markets, outside of availability and affordability, will be the underlying transit systems and investments in local economies, as people still have a need to be connected to the GTA core.”

The upswing in new construction has contributed to the changing landscape. New housing starts in Halton Region averaged 3,100 annually between 2013 and 2016. In Simcoe County, just north of Toronto, new residential builds averaged close to 1,860 annually from 2013 to 2017.  During the same period, almost 39,000 residential units came on-stream in Toronto’s downtown-central waterfront area, while another 56,855 were active (approved with building permits applied for or issued and those under construction). Another 6,000 units came on the market in North York and Yonge-Eglinton.

 

GTA home sales ReMax

 

In Toronto’s west end, affordability has been a strong influence in helping Millennials redefine mature neighbourhoods such as The Junction, South Parkdale, Bloorcourt and Dovercourt Park through gentrification. Average price for the 8,000 plus homes sold in 2018 hovered at $755,658 – although the 10 districts within Toronto West range in price from $557,000 in Downsview-Roding, Black Creek and Humbermede to $1.2 million in Stonegate-Queensway.

“Freehold properties remain the choice of most purchasers in Halton Region and Toronto West,” says Alexander. “The same is true to a lesser extent in Toronto Central, but condominiums continue to gain ground. Just over one in three properties sold in the GTA was a condominium in 2018, and that figure is higher in the core. As prices climb in both the city and suburbs, the shift toward higher-density housing will continue, with fewer single-detached developments coming to pass.”

Toronto Central has seen rapid growth over the past five years, with Millennials fuelling demand for condos and townhomes in developments such as City Place, King West Village and Liberty Village. This cohort has also been instrumental in the gentrification of Toronto Central neighbourhoods such as Oakwood-Vaughan and Dufferin Grove as they snap up smaller freehold properties at more affordable price points, ReMax says.

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Baby Boomers have also been a major influence in Toronto Central, selling larger homes throughout the GTA and making lateral moves or downsizing to neighbourhoods close to shops, restaurants and amenities. Close to 15,000 properties were sold in 2018, with average price of $932,416, up almost 40 per cent since 2013. Properties within Toronto Central averaged 20 days on market and ranged in price from $709,660 in Bayview Village to $2.5 million in York Mills, Hogg’s Hollow, Bridle Path and Sunnybrook.

With an affordable average price point of $611,628 – and a range of $528,942 to $746,332 – younger buyers, empty nesters and retirees have flocked to Simcoe County in recent years. New construction in Adjala-Tosorontio, Bradford West, Essa, Innisfil and New Tecumseth has allowed the area to capture a greater percentage of the overall market between 2013 to 2018.

“As the Millennials move into their homebuying years, they will displace Baby Boomers as the dominant force in the GTA’s real estate market,” says Alexander. “Their impact on housing will have a serious ripple effect on infrastructure in the coming years, placing pressure on transit systems, roadways, local economies and their abilities to attract investors and new businesses, parks and greenspace development.”

The upswing in demand over the next decade is expected to re-ignite homebuying activity in Toronto East, York, Peel and Durham Regions. These areas still carry significant weight, despite the factors that have impacted softer performance in recent years, such as affordability, lack of available housing and fewer transit options.

GTA west vs east

As the west end of the GTA continues to see growth and price appreciation, a leveling effect will likely come into play (with the east region),” Alexander told HOMES. “Toronto’s GDP and the thriving economy will continue to attract people, so while affordability may continue to decrease, desire is unlikely to waver. That said, the current and next generation of homebuyers are taking this factor into account when they are making their decision to purchase – sacrificing space for lifestyle and convenience.  As they look to the greater GTA, if affordability becomes more leveled out between the west and the east, it’s likely that we will see more dispersion across the entire region as people’s desire to be connected to the GTA core remains strong.

GTA east areas such as Durham region currently don’t have the same appeal as the west. “The West end of the GTA has a greater diversity of communities that are attracting a diverse range of buyers.  In the past 10 years, there has been significant focus on the growth and development of these regions, whereas historically, Durham has not traditionally been viewed in this same regard. With the boom in areas towards the east, like Prince Edward County, and the affordability leveling out, we will likely see the tide begin to turn.”

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Looking to buy a home near good schools? Read this

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Looking to buy a home near good schools? Read this

Fraser Institute GTA schools 1

If you’re looking to buy a new home or condo and especially interested in being close to good elementary schools for your family, the Fraser Institute’s Report Card on Ontario’s Elementary Schools provides some insight.

This year’s Report Card ranks more than 3,000 anglophone and francophone public and Catholic schools based on nine academic indicators from results of annual provincewide reading, writing and math tests.

“The Report Card is a valuable tool for parents and educators because it allows them to easily identify successful schools across the province – serving similar students and communities – that can serve as an example to follow,” says Peter Cowley, senior fellow with the Fraser Institute’s School Performance Studies.

Fraser Institute GTA schools

For example, St. Catharines’ E.I. McCulley Public School, where 61.9 per cent of students have special needs, improved its overall rating from 4.6 out of 10 in 2014, to 8.9 out of 10 last year.

And Ealing Public School in London had a 0 out of 10 overall rating in 2014, but improved to 7.5 last year, even though 45.5 per cent of its students have special needs.

“All too often, principals and teachers try to excuse a school’s poor overall performance by blaming the characteristics of its students or the communities they serve, but the Report Card shows that any school, no matter where it’s located or what challenges its students face, can succeed,” Cowley says.

For the complete results on all ranked schools, visit compareschoolrankings.org

 

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The Clarkson Townhomes

The Clarkson Townhomes inspired by life on the GO

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The Clarkson Townhomes inspired by life on the GO

What if there was a place that felt like home but was changing right before your eyes? Clarkson Village is that place where you can unwind and relax, lounge or stroll. You’ll always find something exciting happening right around the corner.

In the heart of it all is The Clarkson Urban Towns by Haven Developments. Located in south Mississauga’s prestigious Clarkson Village at 2200 Bromsgrove Rd., this community will allow you to experience urban living to the fullest.

The Clarkson keeps you close to what’s important for everyday life. Conveniences like grocery stores and pharmacies make it easy to shop for much-needed essentials, including a new Loblaw’s pick-up location at the Clarkson GO Station. Become part of a growing community with a local scene of boutique shops, activities and restaurants.

These spacious and stylish townhomes inspire peaceful moments on your own or exciting celebrations with friends. Featuring meticulous attention to detail, a well-designed floorplan to maximize space, and luxurious interior finishes such as quartz, glass tile and options such as brushed gold accents to complete the look.

Haven Developments creates communities that complement and enrich the lives of homeowners. The company designs properties that feel like home and connect you to the city you love. Being connected is something Haven achieves in proximity to transit, nature, and amenities. In fact, one of its most distinctive philosophies is that it builds only in locations with superior access to transit.

At The Clarkson you’ll discover transit options that will quickly get you to your desired destination. With GO at your doorstep, get to Union Station in 25 minutes flat. Nearby highways take you through the GTA and beyond. Gain easy access to Toronto and Pearson International Airport.

GO Transit operates three train lines and several GO bus routes through Mississauga. MiWay is the primary bus operator with a dedicated and fast east to west bus-only roadway. MiWay’s routes connect with GO Transit commuter rail and intercity buses. The system also connects with Brampton Transit to the north, Oakville Transit to the west, York Region Transit (YRT) to the northeast, and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) to the east.

Thanks to Loblaws and Metrolinx you can order groceries online and pick them up at the Clarkson GO Station on your way home from work, in time to prepare a fresh meal — just one of the many perks this location has to offer.

Most people have no idea how much greenspace Mississauga has. The outdoor enthusiast is sure to find their haven with miles of walking trails, boardwalks and a scenic cycling path along the Lakeshore. Discover the new Bromsgrove and Sheridan Creek trails across the street from The Clarkson.

The proximity to Port Credit, only a five-minute ride on the GO, is certainly a draw as Mississauga’s entertainment hub for shopping, dining and entertainment.

Need any more reasons to love life at The Clarkson?

Haven is having a public launch in February. Register at the website to receive updates on this development.

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Edge T2: New Release of Suites

New release of suites at Solmar’s Edge T2 in Mississauga

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New release of suites at Solmar’s Edge T2 in Mississauga

After the successful sale of the first of three Towers near Burnhamthorpe and Hurontario in Mississauga, sales have officially begun for Edge T2. Due to overwhelming demand, Solmar has now released more suites for sale on both higher and lower floors.

Available suites at Edge T2 range from 492 to over 1,400 square feet. Sales were fuelled by an amazing incentive program which included: free parking, free locker, free assignment; low lot levy cap, the ability to rent during occupancy, and a 15 per cent initial deposit spread out over 18 months.

Location was also a major contributor to the successful sales of the first batch of suites at Edge T2. According to the City, the major area for population growth in Mississauga over the next few years, by far, will be in the downtown core, surrounding Square One.

The guest speaker at the Edge T2 Grand Opening was Mayor Bonnie Crombie, and she spoke about the new LRT that will be running right in front of Edge Towers, and will connect all of Peel, from north to south, with over 20 kilometres of rapid, reliable transit.

“Edge Towers is positioned well for the major growth coming to Mississauga, especially considering the GO Train station is a five-minute walk away, offering efficient travel to Union Station and the Airport.”

The Mayor went on to say, “Mississauga is known to have a great supply of educated and skilled workers, and is already home to over 60 Fortune 500 companies.

“This is one factor that makes Mississauga a sought after destination of many international companies, and the fact is that they are bringing many new jobs to the City.”

Edge T2 is also just a short walk to the world class, luxury shopping at Square One, with shops like Holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen, and Rolex.

Local residents can also walk to neighbourhood restaurants like Earl’s and Bier Market, as well as Whole Foods, Starbucks, and Sheridan College.

The attendees of the Grand Opening had an opportunity to speak with the developer and his team, and learn about Solmar’s commitment to building a new standard of luxury in Mississauga, one that will make Edge Towers the best quality condominiums on the main downtown corridor of Mississauga for years to come.

Solmar Developments is an Italian family-run business that takes a special pride in what they build, and has been in business for over 30 years.

Attendees of the event had a chance to view the Designer decorated model suite that featured standard finishes like nine foot smooth ceilings, superior quality stainless steel and fully integrated kitchen appliances, full-size front loading washer and dryers, quartz and marble counter tops, and frameless glass shower doors.

The building amenities will also be very luxurious beginning with a lobby that resembles a high end hotel with 24 hour concierge, and include guest suites, party room with fire feature and barbeques, gym, yoga studio, games room, WiFi-lounge, and a galleria.

To view the floor plans and the designer-decorated model suite, and to receive pricing, visit the Presentation Centre, located at 24 Elm Drive West in Mississauga. The Presentation Centre is open from noon to 7 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekends; closed Fridays.

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HIGHRISE FEATURE: Solmar Development Corps

Solmar Development Corp. soaring to new heights

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Solmar Development Corp. soaring to new heights

For almost three decades, Solmar has been at the forefront of the new home building industry in southern Ontario. Crossing all home building genres, from estate manors to elegant condominiums, Solmar puts its signature stamp of excellence on all that it does.

Solmar’s communities are rich in character and a timeless elegance prevails. Because of their ability to balance a modern outlook with classic appeal, each structure stands the test of time.

Edge Tower 2
Edge Tower 2

EDGE TOWER 1 & 2

Positioned in a prime downtown neighbourhood in Mississauga, Edge Tower 2 has now been released for sale, and construction is starting soon on Edge Tower 1. This development is within walking distance to the future Hurontario LRT and the GO station, and is close to major highways, as well as high-end shopping and restaurants.

The cutting-edge design of these towers will feature upgraded finishes like smooth, nine-foot ceilings, frameless glass shower doors, as well as fully integrated stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry with under valance lighting and stone countertops.

Exceptional luxury is evident as soon as you step into the lobby, with elegant, Venetian plaster columns set against a backdrop of rich, neutral tones. Within the community, residents benefit from the use of a full gym, a yoga studio, a Wi-Fi lounge, a movie theatre and a games room, in addition to guest suites and a party room with a wrap-around terrace.

Suites in Edge Tower 2 range in size from 493 to 721 square feet. A limited-time incentive program includes free parking, a free locker, a low lot levy cap, the ability to rent during occupancy, and a 15 per cent deposit that is extended over 18 months.

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PARK AVENUE PLACE

Park Avenue Place
Park Avenue Place

Both towers, 1 and 2, are now under construction in the heart of Vaughan. At Park Avenue Place new home purchasers will bask in the undisputed luxury.

Located at the corner of Jane Street and Riverock Gate, residents benefit from having every amenity that they could possibly want close at hand, including upscale restaurants, shopping, leisure activities and entertainment options, as well as convenient proximity to Highway 400, the subway, GO train, hospitals, Canada’s Wonderland and so much more.

Upon entering the two-storey, grand lobby, a 24-hour concierge is on staff to assist with any special requests. Also included is a state-of-the-art gym, and social/entertainment venues like a theatre room, a games/billiards room, and a party room with a bar and lounge. A rooftop terrace features lush gardens, a barbecue area, a fire pit and sitting areas.

Suites range in size from 635 to 1,656 square feet. All units include smooth, nine-foot ceilings and premium flooring throughout, as well as a stackable washer and dryer, integrated European appliances and a quartz countertop in the kitchen, closet organizers, plus a choice of porcelain tiles and stone countertops in the bathrooms.

Solmar Developments operates under four principal practices – leadership, passion, integrity and quality.

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Edge Tower 2

Solmar Developments’ Edge Tower 2 in Mississauga

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Solmar Developments’ Edge Tower 2 in Mississauga

After the successful sale of Edge Tower 1, which is now beginning construction, Solmar Developments is launching the second of three residential high rise towers, near Burnhamthorpe Road and Hurontario Street in Mississauga.

Benny Marotta, owner of Solmar, says, “Edge Towers has the best location in Mississauga since it is on the new Hurontario LRT, walking distance to the GO station, close to major highways, and just steps to the high end shopping and stylish restaurants at Square One.” Residents can enjoy local amenities like Holt Renfrew and Harry Rosen, restaurants like Earl’s and Bier Market, and Wholefoods and Starbucks.

Solmar plans to set a new standard in quality finishes and workmanship on the main downtown corridor of Mississauga, as they have done in Vaughan with their four-condominium project called Bellaria Residences.

Nine-ft. smooth ceilings, superior quality stainless steel and fully integrated kitchen appliances, luxury kitchen cabinetry with under valance lighting and stone countertops, and frameless glass shower doors are all standard at Edge T2.

A timeless elegant style begins in the lobby with rich neutral toned marble and Venetian plaster columns and runs throughout the full range of building amenities that include guest suites, party room with wrap around terrace and fire feature, gym, yoga studio, Wi-Fi lounge, movie theatre and games room.

“We are providing a better incentive program than any of our competitors,” adds Marotta. “Free parking, free locker, free assignment, low lot levy cap, the ability to rent during occupancy, and a 15 per cent deposit that is extended over 18 months.

“I suggest you visit our Presentation Centre and experience our Designer decorated model suite, the value of our quality, and our location.”

Suites in the 40-storey Edge T2 range from 493 to 721 sq. ft.

Visit the Presentation Centre, located at 24 Elm Dr. W. in Mississauga. The Presentation Centre is open from noon to 7 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekends; closed Fridays and holidays.

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BUILDER PROFILE: Pemberton Group

BUILDER PROFILE: Pemberton Group

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BUILDER PROFILE: Pemberton Group

Newest Addition to the GTA Skyline

For decades, Pemberton Group has been a major player in the evolution of the Greater Toronto Area, creating successful residential developments in some of the best locations including downtown Toronto, Mississauga, Richmond Hill, Maple and Stouffville.

Rising 15 storeys, 543 Richmond is Pemberton's newest addition to the Toronto skyline.
Rising 15 storeys, 543 Richmond is Pemberton’s newest addition to the Toronto skyline.

416, meet 543

Pemberton’s newest residential opportunity, 543 Richmond, will launch a new standard of refined urban living in one of Toronto’s most acclaimed neighbourhoods – King West.

Rising 15 storeys above Richmond and Portland, this modern condominium will include over 18,000 square feet of ground-level retail and a beautifully-landscaped parkette offering residents a tranquil retreat just outside their doorstep.

543 Richmond is steps away from the countless attractions in the Entertainment District. Recognized as the best culinary neighbourhood in Canada, residents will be in the epicenter of dining out, with some of the city’s hottest restaurants like Alo, Terroni and Buca. Two of Toronto’s trendiest rooftop venues, Lavelle and Thompson Toronto, are also within walking distance.

Enjoy al fresco dining with stunning city views at 543 Richmond's outdoor terrace.
Enjoy al fresco dining with stunning city views at 543 Richmond’s outdoor terrace.

This perfectly located residence will connect those living here to all of life’s everyday conveniences including Loblaws, Toronto Western Hospital, leading post-secondary institutions U of T and Ryerson University, and local shopping destinations like the Eaton Centre and Saks Fifth Avenue. Fitness enthusiasts will appreciate being within close proximity to SoulCycle and Barry’s Bootcamp as well as Clarence Square Park and Trinity Bellwoods – one of Toronto’s largest parks.

Getting around is a breeze with convenient access to public transit, including the 501 Queen and 504 King streetcars, both of which offer 24-hour service. The nearby PATH walkway will connect residents to 1,200 stores and more than 50 office towers!

543 Richmond residents can indulge in a wealth of elevated hotel-inspired amenities, offering them their own personal urban oasis, including a striking and welcoming lobby. On the second floor, approximately 9,000 square feet of premium amenities will include a private outdoor pool, a stunning outdoor terrace with lounge seating, alfresco dining and an outdoor yoga area. Inside, a state-of-the art gym will consist of a yoga studio and cardio and free weights equipment.

Entertaining guests will be made simple with access to three elegant party rooms, a bar with a catering kitchen, games room and theatre room. There will also be a private boardroom available for meetings and small gatherings.

Soak up the sun, relax and rejuvenate at 543 Richmond's outdoor pool.
Soak up the sun, relax and rejuvenate at 543 Richmond’s outdoor pool.

And that’s not all! The eighth-floor amenities will offer residents their own personal retreat with just under 5,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor features that include an outdoor terrace, study area and work space.

Each thoughtfully-considered suite has been designed to feel like a tailor-made haven. Living areas are inviting and spacious, offering 9-foot floor-to-ceiling heights. The kitchens are stunning with custom-style cabinetry, quartz countertops and glass tile backsplashes. The bathrooms are elegant, with porcelain floor tiles, and a soaker tub as per plan.

Prices at 543 Richmond start in the high $400,000s. Available suites range from 370 to 1,045 square feet and configurations include one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom and two-bedroom plus den, three-bedroom and three-bedroom plus den layouts. Register now for this exciting new downtown Toronto opportunity at pembertongroup.com.

Pemberton Across the GTA

In Mississauga, Pemberton recently launched Erin Square, located just west of Eglinton Avenue West and Erin Mills Parkway, close to Mississauga’s Premium Shopping Destination, Erin Mills Town Centre. The 22-storey condominium towers will include one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, and two-bedroom plus den open-concept layouts from 655 to 945 square feet. Suites start from the low $500,000s and included in the price is one parking space and locker. For more information, call: 905.997.7090, register online, or visit the Presentation Centre located at 4635 Metcalfe Avenue in Mississauga.

GO.2 Condominiums is located in the desirable Village of Maple, at Major Mackenzie Drive and Dufferin Street. With easy access to the Maple GO Station, residents can be at Union Station in approximately half-an-hour! Those interested in available suites, which range from large two-bedroom and two-bedroom plus den can call 905.553.1430, or visit the Presentation Centre at 1860 Major Mackenzie Drive West, #7/8. Prices for condominium suites start from the mid $500,000s, and townhomes from $640,900.

In Stouffville, the 9th & Main community is comprised of two eight-storey condominiums and two-storey lofts and townhomes. Available suites include one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, three-bedroom plus two-storey lofts and two-bedroom townhomes. Prices start from the $400,000s up to $1 million. For a limited time, purchasers can take advantage of a 10 per cent deposit program within six months. See a Sales Representative to find out more. Call: 289.380.3451 or visit the Presentation Centre, located at 11750 Ninth Line in Stouffville.

Discover more about Pemberton Group and its latest GTA communities by registering at pembertongroup.com. You can also follow Pemberton Group’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube accounts.


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