A new condominium development in Vaughan from Plaza and Berkley Developments is serving as a testament to the strength of the GTA housing market. In just its first week of sales, The Met, a Quadrangle Architects-designed 35-storey tower planned for the new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre area, managed to sell an impressive 300 units out of the 511 available within the development.

The Met, Vaughan, Plaza, Berkley, Quadrangle ArchitectsRendering of The Met, image courtesy of Plaza/Berkley

A statement from Plaza's senior vice-president Scott McLellan reads “I believe this will ultimately be regarded as one of the most successful condo developments in Vaughan’s history. It’s easy to see why: it’s got a prime location in Vaughan’s emerging city centre, with two stops on the TTC subway extension providing direct connections to York University and downtown Toronto.”

Units at The Met start from $286,000, and range in size from 510 square feet for one-bedroom units up to 875 square feet two-bedroom-plus-den suites. The development is also offering 62 townhome units with sizes ranging from 1,250 up to 1,490 square feet and featuring private rooftop terraces and dedicated underground parking. 

The Met, Vaughan, Plaza, Berkley, Quadrangle ArchitectsGround level rendering of The Met, image courtesy of Plaza/Berkley

A number of amenities are being offered in the development, including a fitness centre, a whirlpool spa, a party room, a dining room, a catering kitchen, and an outdoor lounge with barbecues. In addition to the residential amenities, residents will be put within the heart of the emerging Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, the new city centre for Vaughan where 12,000 residents are expected to reside in in the near future. 

Additional information and renderings can found in our dataBase file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.

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