The south tower rises 56 storeys with the north tower reaching 48 storeys, both of which sit atop aconnected 3-storey podium. Given their location adjacent to the park and the Highway 7 corridor, the towers will offer uninterrupted views across the entire GTA. The city is also home to many exciting major attractions including Vaughan Mills and Canada’s Wonderland.
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A very convenient address for students to reside at York University, which is home to 50,000+ students, is only 2 Subway stops from the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre.
SmartLiving describes the development as offering their highest level of refined living in SmartVMC to date. Amenities are located on the second and third floors of the podium and include a fitness area with yoga and wellness spaces; a cycle lab; a lounge and games room; and a large outdoor terrace, complete with an outdoor cooking area. It is also being designed as a smartbuilding, with Wi-Fi available in all common areas, and features such as touch-free entry, smart thermostats, and app integration.
Park Place fronts directly onto the middle section of the 9-acre central park at the heart of the SmartVMC master plan. The park is designed by renowned landscape architects Claude Cormier + Associés, and the central heart of the park will contain a sunken lawn, a kids’ play area, and a dog park, essentially becoming a big backyard for residents. The first phase of the park will begin construction later this year.
Park Place is located in the SmartVMC, is a progressive development for the city of Vaughan.
Park Place joins a growing collection of high-rise developments in SmartVMC, where several other Smart Living residential projects are planned, completed, or under construction, including five Transit City Condo towers; Artwalk Condos; and The Millway purpose-built rental tower.
It is strategically bordered by Apple Mill Road to the south, Buttermill Road to the east, and Edgeley Boulevard to the west. This new community has been labeled “downtown north” as it aims to generate more employment opportunities, transit options, infrastructure, and ultimately an influx in population for the VMC.
These buildings are all centred around immediate access to public transit, with the TTC’s Vaughan Metropolitan Centre subway station and SmartVMC regional bus terminal at the heart of the community, and the VIVA/BRT line on Highway 7 along its perimeter. Park Place benefits from its location directly adjacent to the Commerce Street stop on the BRT line and is a short walk from the subway station.
Project has launched, pricing and units available.