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You should post this in the real estate forum to start.Hello everyone,
I'm having a really hard debate on either of purchasing this new up-coming condo in NY area or keep waiting for other developments. They are having a really good deal for this property of not paying any maintance fees for first two years. Besides this one, parking is included in the price and location is a great choice for myself.
However, I'm not able to find any information on the builder's (Shiu Pong) previous developments, or any reviews on this property.
Could you please advice or give me any thoughts or clues that you might know or you've heard regarding Celsius project
Thank you very much for your input.
Thank you for correction.You should post this in the real estate forum to start.
Regarding the developer - do a search on the web! You'll find they've supposedly done quite a few other projects:
Some I'm familar with. So they seem like a small - mid size development firm here. No idea about the quality.
I take it your faimilar with NYCC correct ? It's pretty much in the middle of NYCC and Finch station (so about a 6/7 min walk to either).
Is there a timeframe on that project, I don't believe it's went into sales yet. No clue when that'll start.Thank you for correction.
What I really would like to find out if this project is worth purchasing or should I wait for 5200 Yonge St (NYCC, Sorbara, 37s, Wallman Architects) instead??
Any useful info would be very appreciated.
Is there a timeframe on that project, I don't believe it's went into sales yet. No clue when that'll start.
Slightly different projects. One fronts Yonge, will definitely have retail and likely smaller units. Celsius is off of Yonge, 1 block to be exact.
btw, some more information for you - 90% there will be a condo going up right beside this one on the other side of Canterbury i.e. east on Church. If you've walked by you'll notice they're building a new church fronting Yonge (they actually just moved it to make room for a condo).
Anyway, not much else to say - other then the quality of the builders, which I have no clue regarding, they should both appreciate or depreciate in value similarly given their so close.
If you're looking for a larger unit this development may be better, may also be slightly quieter not fronting Yonge.
Last thing, this is really close to a fire station (both are) ... not that I really think that means much. Most condos in central locations are fairly close, anyway just fyi it's about one block south on Canterbury.