Townhouses in Richmond Hill
High Point Urban Towns is a new townhouse development designed by 4 Architecture Inc. for a trusted southern Ontario home developer, Laurier Homes, currently under construction at 60 Arnold Crescent, in Richmond Hill, ON. The development is scheduled for completion in 2023.
This 2.77-acre project offers discerning homebuyers a stylishly spacious collection of 88 stunning stacked urban townhomes, which will be up to 5 storeys high. The remaining homes will be semi-detached homes rising four storeys. Units will be a mix of two- and three-bedroom layouts, with sizes ranging from 1072 to 1388 square feet.
This is your exclusive opportunity to experience a community that lets you enjoy the countless high points of life. Available units in this Richmond Hill townhouse for sale start at $994,900.
Laurier Homes’ High Point Urban Towns is a new townhouse development currently under construction located at 60 Arnold Crescent, Richmond Hill, in the Mill Pond neighbourhood with a 19/100 walk score and a 50/100 transit score. Yonge Street is located just a few steps away from High Point Urban Towns and offers up some of the city’s best lifestyle amenities, all within walking distance. Residents will be able to easily access plenty of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. The Hillcrest Mall is located a 5-minute drive away, offering hundreds of brand-name retailers and services.
High Point Urban Towns is also just minutes away from many green spaces, like Town Park, which is just across the street, as well as Unity Park and Ransom Park. For residents who love golf, the Tbuthurst Glen Golf Course, Maple Downs and Country Club, Richmond Hill Golf Club, and Maple Downs Golf and Country Club are all less than 15 minutes away from the town.
High Point Urban Towns has a good transportation network. York Region Transit services the area, and there are several YRT bus routes located just a few steps away from home. VIVA bus routes are also available to residents along Yonge Street. Residents looking to commute into Union Station via public transportation can do so in just over an hour, or the GO Train will take about 40 minutes during rush hours.
Also, the location is connected to Highway 404, Highway 404, and Highway 407 to stay connected to downtown Toronto and major employment hubs in 30 minutes.
Further, families with school-aged children will have access to countless high-ranking schools. Pleasantville Public School, Walter Scott Public School, and St. Anne Catholic Elementary School are all within a 5-minute drive, making it a great choice for young and growing families to call home.
Moreover, Niagara University in Ontario is only a 17-minute drive away, while the Seneca College Markham Campus is also easily accessible for post-secondary students.