Citywalk Towns

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Townhouse in Pickering

1856 Notion Rd, Pickering, ON

Citywalk Towns offers the whole metropolitan experience in one of Pickering’s most convenient places.

Citywalk Towns is being developed by Metropia. It’s currently being built at 1856 Notion Rd., Pickering, ON. The project will have 130 spacious family-sized residences. The floor plan offers a three-bedroom layout and will have a ceiling height ranging from 8′ 0″ to 9′ 0″. The development is estimated to be completed in 2022.

This collection of townhomes will have a contemporary design and huge open-concept homes ranging from 1,800 square feet to 1,800 square feet. 

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Deposit Structure

  • $15,000 with offer $20,000 in 30 days $20,000 in 90 days $20,000 in 270 days $20,000 in 365 days
  • Total Deposit $95,000

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Citywalk Towns is located in Pickering. This lovely town is located on Lake Ontario’s northern shore. Pickering’s inhabitants enjoy beautiful scenery, convenient services, and a strong sense of community. The neighbourhood has a walk score of 49 out of 100, indicating that most errands need the use of a car.

Because of its proximity to Toronto, many individuals are considering relocating to this idyllic neighbourhood, which offers the benefits of a major metropolis while maintaining a small-town atmosphere. Residents can enjoy a variety of metropolitan amenities, such as restaurants, tourist attractions, theatres, shopping malls, and many more, within a few minutes of driving.



Citywalk is a convenient place to live because there are few public transit choices in the neighbourhood. McCowan and Scarborough Center train stations are both an 18-minute drive away. Commuters can also take advantage of the Ajax and Pickering GO Stations, both of which are a 9-minute drive away.

The Pickering Parkway Terminal is also nearby, and it serves five Durham Region bus lines. Citywalk is also close to Highway 401, so homeowners have short, reasonable commutes into the city, as well as links to northbound roads such as Highways 12, 404, and 400.



A great deal of Pickering’s local facilities can be found within a very short distance, including great schools such as John G. Diefenbaker Public School, Pine Ridge Secondary School, and Durham Alternative Secondary School—Pickering.

Besides basic and secondary schools, universities are also nearby. Post-secondary students can attend the University of Toronto Scarborough or Trent University Durham GTA, which are both less than a 21-minute drive away.

university of toronto scarborough
Pickering Golf Club


This neighbourhood is also packed with natural amenities and parks, where residents may spend time with their families or alone, away from the city’s noise. Not only that, but its proximity to Lake Ontario’s northern shore provides access to various kayaking services, including Paddle Pirates Pickering and Pickering Rouge Canoe Club. Golfers are guaranteed to have a nice time at Pickering Golf Club and Riverside Golf Course.

Aside from natural landscapes, residents enjoy shopping at The Shops at Pickering Ridge, which is only a 2-minute drive from the property. It has many prominent stores, handicapped parking, and a wide range of retailers. This retail mall has a fantastic assortment of Asian goods and products for lovers of Asian products.

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Citywalk Towns is a new townhome development coming to Pickering. Metropia has conceptualized and plans to build the property with a total of 130 spacious family-sized houses. It will offer contemporary design, wide open-concept homes, and a home office, starting at 1,800 square feet.

The complex will have a modern architectural design with a harmonic blend of light and dark-tone brick framings around each window and balcony. Back-to-back townhomes with an optional rooftop terrace will also be available, as will regular townhomes with an optional rooftop terrace.

Citywalk Towns exterior
Citywalk Towns exterior

The homes will have wide, open-concept layouts with backyards on the ground level. There are outdoor terraces on the top floors, making them suitable for young couples or growing families. The building’s amenities will include air conditioning, designer paver stones on driveways and roadways, extended kitchen uppers, granite countertops, ceramic backsplashes in kitchens, stainless steel appliance packages, and a natural finish oak staircase. It will feature 9-foot ceilings on the main floor, 8-foot ceilings on the ground level, and 10-foot ceilings on the second floor.

CityWalk Townhomes will have pedestrian-friendly roadways that allow residents to move about the complex quickly and effortlessly. There will also be a park in the centre of the complex and recreational paths that transport residents through nature preserves. It would also provide residents with garage doors and up to two parking spaces on each property.



Metropia, founded in 2009, has built an outstanding reputation for creative multi-use neighbourhoods, master-planned communities, and condominium units across Canada. Their unwavering vision, supported by three decades of expertise, propels the organization ahead, transforming skylines and reinventing the concept of home. Their communities provide a variety of housing solutions with a focus on affordability and environmental sustainability.
Howard Sokolowski, Metropia’s founder, has a long background in residential construction. For almost 25 years as co-founder and CEO of Tribute Communities, Howard oversaw the construction of over 30,000 homes. Working closely with families and governments that have a keen stake in the outcome of the communities being constructed is something Howard takes great delight in. Tribute received multiple J.D. community and development honours under Howard’s guidance. Project of the Year, Community of the Year, and Builder of the Year are among the awards given by Power, the Ontario Home Builders Association, and Toronto’s Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD).
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