|222 ft / 68 m||22 storeys||!|
|Status: Complete||Completion: 2014|
Gemterra is family owned and operated. The principals of Gemterra have built over 2 million square meters of residential and commercial space in China over the past 3 decades. Gemterra started as a builder and after a decade expanded into development. Gemterra is registered with TARION Warranty Corporation as botha builder and as a vendor.Does anyone know anything about the developer? I've never heard of them before.
Wow. Your parents are rich. I think once the subway is built, people will forget how ugly is this development and willing to rent or buy into it.My barents bought into this development as their "retirement home". They currently live in a house just south of Sheppard off of Kennedy so they wanted to stay in the area.
I don't remember the fine details but I think all in it was $260K with a parking spot. From what I recall they said it was much cheaper than the new Tridel's at Kennedy/401 and more importantly closer to all the amenities.
Well for them amenities = Chinese restaurant, McDonalds, Transit (although they currently still drive).
IMO overpriced but considering they will probably pay this in cash and keep it in the family for a long long time, they are not as concerned about any potential correction.
Actually my parents are not rich. The joke is they bought a 3 story detached all brick home about 25 years ago for just over 200K, at the time they pretty much paid in cash as they were able to save and sell their first home.Wow. Your parents are rich. I think once the subway is built, people will forget how ugly is this development and willing to rent or buy into it.
Transit is more important than anything else for most peopl, including me.
however, Unfortunately, I do not have the money to purchase this condo.
yes no kidding 40year mortgages, 0% down pretty much ruined any chance of me getting a reasonable home under $450K.Yeah no kidding.
A 3 story detached single family house is not for everyone, but the richest people.
The joke is the government reduce the max amortization period to 30 years while the house price is going up.
I wonder as the time goes, will they change it to max 15 years when average house price is 100k.
yes no kidding 40year mortgages, 0% down pretty much ruined any chance of me getting a reasonable home under $450K.
My parents actually worry for my (any my generation).
We're a bit off topic now as this is more for baby we got a bubble thread.
One last note. One block south of Sheppard west of Kennedy, a bungalow down the street from my parents place listed for $500K and sold in 2 days.
No they are keeping the 3 story detached that I grew up in.do they currently live in the 3storey or a bungalow?
if they live in a bungalow, why sell a freehold and move into a condo?
the maintenance fees for the condo could be used to hire someone to maintain the bungalow?
IIRC, the prices here are ~$450 psf so why pay more for less space, PLUS added monthly fees ?!?