Park Place

The next phase of SmartVMC’s 100-acre master-planned community in the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre is Park Place VMC. A mixed-use residential and retail development on 1.7 acres of land. Hariri Pontarini Architects designed two towers (48 and 56 stories) with a three-level podium and three levels of underground parking. The north tower, which fronts New Park Place and overlooks SmartVMC’s proposed 9-acre central park, takes up an entire block. The northeast corner of Highway 7 and Commerce Street will soon be home to Park Place VMC.

THE FEATURE

LOCATION

Located in Vaughan, also known as “the City Above Toronto.” The new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre serves as the city’s central business district. This vivacious new urban centre contains a mix of residential condominiums, office towers, retail, parks, pedestrian paths, as well as a subway station. Vaughan is home to many people from various backgrounds, therefore making it a multicultural and diverse city.

AMENITIES

TRANSPORTATION

What makes these condos so attractive and coveted is their existing and future transit-oriented convenience allowing you to travel around the GTA seamlessly. This proposal will sit in close proximity to the Commerce Street VIVA Station (located immediately south) and the VMC Subway Station which connects with TTC Subway Station Line 1. Motorists will benefit from the development’s easy access to Highway 400, 7, 407, and the 401 making your commute in and out of Vaughan super fast and effective.

ENTERTAINMENT

Plus, prominent retailers such as Costo, IKEA, Canadian Tire, HomeSense and Walmart SuperCentre can be found within minutes. Not to mention, one of Canada’s largest shopping malls –Vaughan Mills, is located less than 10 minutes away. Here, shoppers have access to over 245 retailers and services from high-end luxury stores to big name outlet stores. Not to forget, residents will have a plethora of eateries to choose from all just minutes from this location.

EDUCATION

Not to mention, the city is awaiting the arrival of the newly-extended York-Spadina subway, which will terminate at Highway 7, between Jane and Highway 400. From this station, getting to Toronto’s Financial District can be accomplished in under 45 minutes, and getting to York University takes just ten minutes. This marks the first time the subway will extend service outside of Toronto, making the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre a convenient transit hub that can connecting you to Toronto and the rest of the GTA.

Developer

SmartCentres is long known for their commercial and retail plazas found throughout the GTA, and have successfully branched into the urban housing and condominium market. They bring a wealth of development experience to their new endeavours.

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