Few public structures have an impact as catalytic as a subway station. Development in the future Vaughan Metropolitan Centre area is a prime example of this, with the subway station now under-construction there setting the table for increased intensification, creating a veritable Downtown around the future transit hub. A major element in bringing a 24-hour presence to the area comes in the form of residential development, and developments like Plaza and Berkeley's The Met are answering this call.
With sales now well underway, The Met will add hundreds of new residents to Vaughan with a Quadrangle Architects-designed 35-storey condominium tower and six adjacent blocks of townhomes. The Met is offering one and two-bedroom units ranging from 510 ft² to 875 ft² in size, and three-bedroom townhome units ranging between 1,250 and 1,490 ft², creating housing opportunities for a wide range of lifestyles. At the lower end of this spectrum, the 510 ft² '1-A' unit layout features a combined kitchen/living/dining area and a balcony that spans the width of the unit, featuring entrances from both the bedroom and living room.
Moving up in size, layout '1D2-B1' offers one bedroom, a den, and two bathrooms in a 624 ft² space. Featuring an east exposure on levels 2-3 and 5-9, most suites utilizing this layout offer a 5'2"x12'0" balcony space, with the exception of unit 203.
A wide selection of two-bedroom and two-bedroom + den layouts are on offer at The Met. Among the largest, Layout '2-D' offers two bedrooms in a 750 ft² space. Located from level 20 up to the penthouse levels of the tower, this layout's large balcony with northwest exposures will provide residents with panoramic views of the surrounding area and beyond.
While two-bedroom units are perfect for new families looking to make their first home purchase, a collection of townhome units cater to the needs of homebuyers with larger families. Sized at 1,453 ft² layout TH-D1 will offer three bedrooms and two bathrooms across three full floors, as well as a two terraces occupying the rooftop, divided by a mechanical room and staircase overrun.
Additional information and renderings can found in our dataBase file for The Met, 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.To request more info directly from The Met click here