One of the most crucial factors to the success of new condo communities is connectivity. People want to live in neighbourhoods offering lots of urban amenities — where all of their daily necessities and entertainment are easily accessed either on foot, by transit, by bike, or by car. Currently, Pemberton Group has four developments to choose from, and they’re all among the most connected condos in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)!
Time and Space South Towers in Toronto
Located at Front and Sherbourne, Time and Space is connected to a wealth of amenities, including the shops and restaurants of the St. Lawrence Market and the Distillery District. This condo has a Walk Score of 99 out of 100, a Transit Score of 100, and Bike Score of 95.
When you live right downtown, walking distance is subjective. Some people walk all day, right to the other side of the core, while some only like to go a few blocks before jumping on transit. From Front and Sherbourne, the quickest way to get around the city via transit is to hop on the King streetcar, which is just a few steps to the north.
There’s a new release of townhomes now available at Time and Space, and the South Towers offer suites from one- to three-bedroom+den, with prices from the mid $400,000s.
YongeParc2 in Richmond Hill
At Yonge and Highway 7, YongeParc2 is steps from the York Region Transit hub with GO Transit and VIVA services. In most Richmond Hill neighbourhoods, a car is necessary to accomplish daily errands, but at YongeParc2, there is a good balance of connectivity.
Within minutes of the condo by car or by transit, there are many schools, parks, recreation centres, entertainment, and shopping. Plus, Highways 407 and 404 are easily accessible, connecting you to the rest of the GTA and beyond.
YongeParc2 features one- to three-bedroom suites starting from the mid $300,000s, with a parking space and storage locker included in the price! Ask about the new release of two-bedroom+den designs.
GO.2 Condominiums in Maple
GO.2 Condominiums is located in the historic Village of Maple. Within a radius of approximately 3 kilometres, residents will have 10 schools ranging from elementary to high school, both public and Catholic; and will have some of the best grocery stores with the greatest selections including Fortinos and Longos. There are also countless restaurants and coffee shops, and all major banks including TD, CIBC, BMO, Scotiabank and RBC in the area.
GO.2 will be surrounded by numerous parks and greenspace, and is close to emergency services and health care – such as the Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, which will be coming the same year clients are slated to occupy. The Major Mackenzie Drive and Dufferin Street area is undergoing phenomenal growth in services and facilities that will add to this neighbourhood’s allure.
The Maple GO Station is steps from the front door, connecting commuters to Union Station in Toronto in just half an hour. The condo community will also be served by the GO Barrie Line, GO buses, YRT, and the TTC. For driving around the GTA and neighbouring areas, the 400 and 407 are nearby.
GO.2 Condominiums features one- to two-bedroom+den suites starting in the mid $300,000s. There are also two- and three-bedroom two-storey townhomes from the low $600,000s. Pemberton is currently offering a limited-time-only extended deposit program.
The Urban Townhome Collection in Toronto
Fronting along Bay Street, just south of Bloor, The Urban Townhome Collection in the iconic Boor-Yorkville neighbourhood. Residents live steps to world-famous boutique shopping along the Mink Mile, the ROM, art galleries, a wide range of fine dining, and a straight line along the Bay Street Corridor to Toronto’s financial district. The Walk Score is 100 and the Transit Score is also 100!
The final few luxury townhomes are available, starting from $2.5 million with 15-day closings. You could be living in this stunning community in the heart of midtown Toronto this summer!
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