High-Rise Condo in Toronto
Tridel‘s brand-new Ventus at Metrogate Condos are located at 151 Village Green Square in Toronto, Ontario. Two glistening structures, each 30 floors tall, will house 314 condominiums and are connected by an atrium. This structure was begun in 2010 and completed in 2013.
Ventus, a luxurious apartment building in the center of Agincourt South-Malvern West, towers over the intersection of Kennedy Road and Village Green Square. A team of architects led by Graziani + Corazza Architects and interior architects headed by GCB Inside Architecture designed the exterior and interior of the dazzling Ventus at Metrogate Condos. In addition to remarkable architecture, a variety of facilities are accessible to Toronto residents close to Village Green Sq.
Ventus at Metrogate by Tridel, located at 151 Village Green Square in Toronto, Ontario, are a remarkable addition to the metropolis. Village Green Square, located in Agincourt South, is adjacent to a number of dining, retail, and entertainment venues.
From Village Green Square, it will be simple for residents to commute to and from work.
Ventus at Metrogate Condominiums are within walking distance of Midland Station, a TTC bus stop, and other public transportation options. As a resident, you will also be close to Highway 401.
Residents of Ventus at Metrogate have simultaneous access to a variety of institutions.
Montessori Agincourt School Inc, Agincourt Collegiate Institute, Tam O’shanter Jr School, and Stephen Leacock Collegiate are some of the institutions located nearby.
Tridel is a primarily Toronto-based real estate developer that gradually expanded into condominium high-rise construction during the 1950s. They are a heavy-hitter in the condo development industry and is one of longest active builders to date. The company was spearheaded by Jack Delzotto an italian immigrant, who has since passed, even though, his three sons have continued on with his legacy. Tridel is certainly one of the most important condo developers in the city today. They simply know how to keep on top of the trends by demonstrating, the progressive thought process of building skyward as opposed to outward.