Festival Condos For A Festival Life!February 7, 2020
It’s about time to celebrate the first mixed-use condominium developments in south Vaughan Metropolitan Center. Located at Jane St & Hwy 7 and developed by Menkes Developments and QuadReal, this “Festival” condo project will be a part of the master-planned Mobilio Community. Great location inside a superb community, not to mention the wonderful team work of two reliable developers, such rare investment opportunity cannot afford your wait!
Menkes Developments Ltd
If you still have problem recognize this great company, how about their previous works? Such as Mobilio Condos, Lake and Town Condos, 4800 Yonge Street Condos, and Sugar Wharf Condos. Get it? The company was founded by Murray Menkes who is a visionary, entrepreneur and businessman. All the time, he was building not just beautiful homes but entire master-planned communities.
Today, Menkes Developments Ltd. continues to raise the standard for outstanding quality design and superior value as a fully integrated, multi-disciplinary real estate development company. Elegant family homes that exude character and charm; exclusive luxury condominiums with stunning amenities; and highly coveted office and industrial space, all set in prime locations. Click the website to learn more about their projects.
QuadReal Property Group is a Canadian real estate investment, development and management company operating on a global scale. Bayview Village Condos is one their elite project.
At QuadReal, they promote service excellence, responsibility, transparency and respect. Just like Menkes, their vision is to be a leading global real estate partner, recognized for making meaningful contributions to our communities while delivering strong investment returns and prudent growth. Now and for generations to come. Their purpose is to create living and working environments that enhance the lives of the people and communities they serve.
Sought-After Location and Neighborhoods
You choose the right neighborhood. Aside from its upmarket interior, the transit will be outstanding, steps away from the highway 7, VMC subway station, and bus stops. This makes a perfect transit-orient residence that caters to commuters. It will be an upscale developments as well as an investment that you cannot miss.
Have you imagine a colroful lifestyle, I guess this is what the “Festival” means. The neighborhood will be well-rounded from grocery stores, big wholesale market to shopping center, movie theatre and finest dining restaurants. No buying it? How about Costco Wholesale Market, Walmart, Bustbuy, Staples, Canadian Tire and IKEA Vaughan! This is not even half of it. I will try to list some others most likely to interest you most.
- Luxy Club
- Dave & Buster’s Bar
- Earls Kitchen + Bar
- Yorkgate Mall
- Vaughan Mills
- The National Golf Club of Canada
- Legoland Discovery Cener
The level of education around your neighborhoods is now what most families concern about their homes. But there is not a problem. Living with Festival Condos, you are close to one of our proud York University Campus, you can either drive there, take bus, or take a subway from Vaughan Metropolitan Center Subway Station, which is literally right next your condos.
And it’s not just it. There is a variaty of great schools available for your little kids. By the way, I recommend anyone wants to know school rankings to browse the website of Fraser Institute. You will have a better idea to know the quality of schools around you, public schools in particular.
- Father Bressani Catholic High School
- Blue Willow Public School
- St. John Bosco Catholic Elementary School
- Blacksmith Public School
- Brookview Middle School
- Driftwood Public School
I almost mentioned its brilliant transit conditons but never went into details. Again, the transit is perfect. If you have you own car and enjoy travelling a lot, now the highway 7, 400, and 407 are just right in front you. All to need to get on them is to drive your car out of your garage.
Maybe it seems to be so much trouble for this location if you work in downtown or study in the university, or something like that. In the cases that you either do not have a car or your simply not in the mood riding it. The Vaughen Metropolitan Center subway station is just hiding on your left (or right?). Beside, you can also take bus from one of multiple bus stops around you. Going just a bit further, there is also the Highway 407 subway station and Pionner Village subway station. Maybe you do not use them a lot, but the dense network of subway lines really fulfilled your occational needs for transportations.
There has not released much information about floor plans, incentives, or a detailed site map, but they are expected to come out soon, and by that time, do not waster this wonderful investment opportunity.