Townhouses in Aurora
Andrin Homes is coming soon to Aurora—blending the basic pleasures of country living!
Aurora Townhouses is an upcoming townhouse development by Andrin Homes, a fully integrated real estate company that excels in the development, financing, and construction of residential and commercial properties. It is currently in the preconstruction phase at George Street and Tyler Street in Aurora, Ontario. The estimated completion date has yet to be announced.
The project will be a two-story house, and the total number of units will be announced soon. There will be various sizes and configurations, a perfect suite for whatever your lifestyle needs may be.
Andrin Homes will soon rise in Aurora, well-known for its gorgeous, rolling terrain. Aurora’s natural beauty is enhanced by a range of convenient amenities, such as schools, community centres, boutique shops, family dining, grocery stores, golf courses, and easily accessible public transportation. The St Andrews Shopping Centre and the Aurora Centre are only a quick 5-minute drive away, and the Yorkdale Shopping Centre is a mere 36-minute drive away.
Alongside urban convenience, this neighbourhood also has an unmatched number of parks, green spaces, and trails. York Region Park, Copland Park, and Rotary Park are also within walking distance of the condo.
There is an adequate transit network in the area. Because bus lines are only a few feet away, residents may easily reach them. GO Transit trains and buses are only a short distance away for an easy commute. Newmarket’s GO train station, King Station, is just a 16-minute drive away, and Gormley’s GO is only a 15-minute drive away.
Furthermore, for motorists, the region gives access to Highway 404, as well as Highways 404 and 7.
Another aspect that makes this community desirable, particularly to families, is the fact that Aurora‘s schools are among the best in Ontario. Aurora Townhomes is conveniently located near many public and private institutions, including Agora Prep Academy, Aurora High School, Aurora Heights Public School, and others.
Post-secondary students, on the other hand, have the option of attending colleges and universities such as Seneca King College, which is just a 9-minute drive from the site.