Condo Living: Moving on up!

Find your haven within developments that are reshaping the suburban scene.

Capo Di Monte
Debuting on the edge of a forested ravine, Capo Di Monte will offer the perfect balance between classic and scenic. On the corner of Major Mackenzie and Pine Valley drives, residents will be a touch away from Woodbridge’s colourful core while still within an arm’s reach from the stunning countryside.
www.royalpinecondos.com

Expo City
Downtown-style luxury comes to a community on the rise. Within walking distance of the forthcoming subway extension, these pristine condos connect Vaughan residents to the excitement of the Big City without leaving the community they call home.
www.expocity.ca

Fairground Lofts
Modern living quietly collides with a time-honoured setting in these elegant loft-style townhomes. Mingling seamlessly with a heritage backdrop, these inconspicuous abodes add a new way to live and play in the charming Old Woodbridge Village.
www.wycliffehomes.com

Grand Palace
Embrace the Palace lifestyle with this invigorating new addition to the Richmond Hill skyline. Three towers infused with affordable luxury and complemented by the development’s highly anticipated Grand Spa and pool, Grand Palace Condominiums is bringing an infusion of class to the Yonge Street Corridor.
www.grandpalace.ca

Centro Square Condos
Complemented by a conveniently located office building, two gleaming glass residential towers stand as guardians to a peaceful central park. Providing a balance between work and life, Centro is one of the various developments propelling Vaughan’s sweeping transformation.
www.libertydevelopment.ca

Minto Water Garden
Set to make a splash in the GTA’s bustling condominium scene, this Zen-like development accents its tranquil, natural setting. The facade of this six-storey building adds an air of warmth while sharp, contemporary suites play to progressive mindsets.
www.minto.com

Pal Di Iulio, Karen Manarin, Nina Perfetto, Ann Andrachuk, Bruce Rodrigues, Maria Rizzo and various members of the Toronto Catholic District School Board, the Columbus Centre Board, Villa Charities Inc., along with local politicians
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