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A landmark mid-rise development is on its way to North York bringing with it a neoclassical style of architecture, beautiful interior finishes, and a stunning view of parks and hills from rooftops and terraces. The 4155 Yonge Street Condo is an exciting condo project by Green City Development that features a mid-rise 14-storey building that will have 50 residential units.
This development offers the convenience of residing close to some of Toronto’s most prestigious schools, the finest gourmet restaurants, and more. Situated minutes away from urban amenities, parks, clubs, and transit options, residents will live a life of utmost convenience here at 4155 Yonge Street Condos.
Green City Development is a prominent name in the real estate market of Canada. Its decade-spanning experience in providing quality homes to Canadians ensure that every home goes above and beyond, combining luxury and sophistication with green living.
Yonge Street is one of the major thoroughfares that connect North York to Toronto. It offers a wide array of amenities ranging from numerous eateries and fast foods, malls, supermarkets, parks, and others.
The development is a mere 5-minute walk away from York Mills Centre. This shopping mall contains dozens of stores ranging from a food court, a gym, and other retail stores. The Hullmark Centre is also near the development sitting only a 2-minute drive away from the development.
Schools such as Owen Public School, Loretto Abbey Catholic Secondary School, and Saint Edward Catholic School are some of the schools nearby. For post-secondary students, York University Glendon Campus is just 9 minutes away from the development.
This part of North York prides itself not only in its abundance of urban amenities but also with its plentiful parks and green spaces. The development resides right beside Don Valley Golf Course giving it a lush green surrounding. There are also numerous parks nearby and some of them are only a stone’s throw away from the development such as Yonge & York Mills Dog Park, Gwendolen Park, and Tournament Park.
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