Following on the success of the initial three phases of SmartCentres and CentreCourt's Transit City community at SmartCentres Place, the 100-acre masterplan community and home to the new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre TTC station, marketing is getting underway for the next phases of the high-rise condominium community. The new phases will introduce three more buildings to the site beside the subway station, including 45 and 50-storey condominium towers known as TC4 and TC5.
In advance of a Spring launch, the initial rollout of marketing material for the community's fourth tower, TC4, is revealing details of the 45-storey Diamond Schmitt Architects-designed development. The project will bring 495 new condo units to the rapidly-developing area around Vaughan Metropolitan Centre area, with many suites priced in the $300,000s and $400,000s.
Despite the competitive pricing, the project will feature luxury offerings that start in the lobby, which will feature furniture by Hermes. Most amenities are focused on the sixth floor, however, in the form of The Training Club, a 24,000 ft² indoor/outdoor facility which will offer a squash court, a full indoor running track, cardiovascular training, yoga spaces, an infinity pool, cabanas, and a spa area. Complementing the fitness amenities, The Library Room will provide residents with a double-height co-working space.
TC4 residents will also be given access to Tesla electric cars when they're heading somewhere the nearby subway can't take them.
The new phases of Transit City are part of the 100-acre masterplan of the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Area, which features a growing collection of residential and office buildings centred around the new subway terminus. The community will feature a 9-acre central park designed by Claude Cormier + Associés, who is also handling landscaping for the planned and under construction Transit City towers. A YMCA and Library are also among community amenities.
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|Related Companies:||CentreCourt, Claude Cormier + Associés, Diamond Schmitt Architects, figure3 Interior Design, MHBC Planning, SmartCentres|