The Landing Condos at Whitby Harbouroffers beautifully scaled condominiums residences located by the lake and just a 3-minute stroll to the GO Station, waterfront trails, shops and more. This is a commuter’s paradise and the perfect place to land!
Located by Lake Ontario
Amazing views of Whitby Harbour and Lake Ontario
3-minute walk to the Whitby GO Station
Short commute to Pickering Town Centre
Easy access to HWY 401
Surround by shops, restaurants and schools
Many nearby public transportation options
Nearby parks include Kiwanas Heydenshore Park, Rotary Sunrise Lake Park and Rotary Centre Park
The Landing Condos at Whitby Harbour is located nearby the quiet nature Whitby Harbour and Lake Ontario. The location has a decent walk score and transit score. 3-minute walk to Whitby GO Station which can bring you to Downtown Toronto under an hour time. Whitby is serviced by Durham Regional transit, several routes stopping just steps away from the Condo. Drivers will also enjoy being near the HWY 401 that will also make for efficient travel into the city and other areas of the GTA. Connected with downtown for work in about 45 minutes.
The waterfront is one of Whitby’s greatest attractions, The Landing Condos’ residents can have a morning jogs or nighttime walks after a long day at the waterfront trails. Also, the condo is located near stores, restaurants, and banks, making it extremely convenient.
The Landing Condos at Whitby Harbour will be the largest in the community, as it is proposed to be a 18 storey condominium tower and five boutique condominiums. The building will offer a wide range of unit sizes and types. We are expecting their design with modern elements that will make for a stunning, urban and unique addition to the neighbourhood.
Carttera Private Equities is a real estate developer that strives for high quality returns for investors. They lever their strong financial position to originate, structure and execute on investments in an increasingly complex, challenging and institutionally capitalized industry. When the Government of Ontario passed a law directed at limiting urban sprawl, they were quick to anticipate the GTA’s urbanization.