Townhouse in Newmarket
This property provides a low-cost, upscale investment opportunity in one of the GTA’s most rapidly developing regions.
This little town’s future quality of life will be determined by a robust, diversified assortment of neighborhoods. Andrin Homes‘ new modern townhouse development in Newmarket, Glenway. In Newmarket, near the intersection of Bathurst Street and Davis Drive West.
The proposal proposes a new community of 193 distinct townhouse units rising 1-2 floors above the ground in a range of layouts. These home units will range in size from 573 to 2,571 square feet and include one to three bedrooms.
People who wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city while still being close to the financial center will find this location to be ideal. At the southeast corner of Bathurst Street and Davis Drive West, in the heart of Newmarket’s core business area, you’ll find the Glenway townhouse complex. Aside from everything else, residents have access to a wide range of places to eat, such as restaurants, pubs, and coffee shops.
Because the town is situated along Highway 400, getting into and out of the city is made easier by its position. Highway 404, which is located to the east of the city, provides direct access to the city of Markham as well as other important thoroughfares, such as the Don Valley Parkway and the 401. Despite the fact that driving one’s own vehicle inside the city limits is the most time and energy-efficient means of transit, the Newmarket GO station is just six minutes away.
In addition, the surrounding neighborhood is filled with schools, parks, and nature preserves, making it an ideal spot to raise a family. Several schools, including Crossland Public School, Alexander Muir Public School, and St. Nicholas Elementary School, are located close to the project site.
Residents have easy access to Costco, Walmart, Marshalls, Winners, and other big stores in less than 10 minutes from their houses. In addition, residents have access to a vast selection of restaurants, bars, and cafés, as well as everything else. Not to mention that the Upper Canada Mall is only a few steps and two minutes away from the towns, and can be reached in less than twenty minutes on foot.
The plan calls for smooth ceilings in the kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry rooms; flat panel doors with chrome lever handles in those rooms; 3 inch square edge baseboard and 2 inch door and window casings; 12 inch x 12 inch ceramic tile in the ground floor hall and mechanical room in the live/work units; and plank laminate or vinyl flooring everywhere else (with the exception of the tiled areas, of course).
Two-and three-story towers comprise the Glenway townhouses, which have 193 brand-new residences. In the villages, residents may pick from a range of floor layouts with an open layout.