Featured vip condos project in Vaughan
Vaughan condo market is exploding at record pace unseen in any other part of GTA before, major reason for this redevelopment is the initiative by city of vaughan to create a “true downtown.” It’s been the city’s vision since the speedy growth of the 80’s and 90’s, when the city changed from a quiet series of communities into a thriving urban centre. Several new real estate residential condos are being constructed and sold along the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre. Vaughan has experienced significant transformative changes. Their commitment to change is derived from the belief that they can build a future: one where the economic, social and cultural essence of their community will garnish an inspiring and truly remarkable resurgence of civic satisfaction.
Vaughan’s city core near highway 5 and Jane is preparing for a real estate boom in the near future as newly proposed master-planned high-rise landmark communities are being developed and built. Their vision is to create street level retail, wider sidewalks, pedestrian-friendly boulevards, attractive landscaping, bicycle lanes, and high density developments that feature multi-storey residential buildings, offices, and businesses.
A $2.6 billion is being invested into extending the Yonge/University & Toronto/York Spadina Subway Line and will be completed by the end of 2017 and linked into the Vaughan downtown area. Six new stations are being added and the proposed stations will be locally named Downsview Park, Finch West, York University, Pioneer Village, Highway 407 Transitway, and Vaughan Metropolitan Centre. A 1.5 billion dollar investment is being rolled into developing and constructing the new Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital. It will be operated by Mackenzie Health and its expected to complete in 2020. Another project under way is the Vaughan Centre YMCA/Library. This will be a nine storey building, featuring a ground-level childcare centre, gymnasium, library and community performing arts space.
The original transit provider in the city of Vaughan, which dates back to 1973-2001, was Vaughan Transit until it merged into YRT (York Region Transit). All regular routes cater to local neighbourhoods, communities and municipalities. They include Viva, TExpress, TTC, GO Shuttles, community buses, and other services.
Major areas which are seeing the condo growth in Vaughan are Woodbridge, Maple and Vaughan Metropolitan Centre.
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