Investors can find Début Waterfront Condo Residences at 55 Dunlop Street West in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. Because of the Condo’s closeness to Toronto, this city area has witnessed an incredible population growth, rising faster than other Canadian cities. The Condo complex will have two high-rise towers of 33 stories each and 495 residential apartments. The completion of the Début Waterfront Condo Residences is expected to be in 2024.
Gary Silverberg is the designer and developer of this project, but Scott Shields Architects and Oleson Worland Architects are in charge of the project’s world-class architectural and design plans.
When it comes to Barrie, the architects have offered excellent ideas alongside interior designer Johnson Chou. Combining this diverse expertise would appeal to inhabitants while also providing many luxury flats and some of the best homes lifestyles.
In addition to the world-class interiors and designs, Lake Simcoe, and Barrie’s gorgeous shoreline, there are numerous facilities in and around Barrie.
The first Waterfront Residences will be two 33-story buildings with 248 and 247 mixed apartment units. The units will be a combination of one and two-bedroom, three and four-bedroom layouts. The sizes of the units will range from 44 to 1,653 square feet.
Aside from all of these modern luxury facilities, the Condo will include an underground garage parking for 495 automobiles, a BBQ, a fitness center, an infinity plunge pool, and party areas such as indoor and outdoor dining rooms. The condo project in Barrie will also include a magnificent lobby with concierge, 24-hour parcel storage and lounge area, a bar and lounge on the 7th level with indoor and outdoor dining rooms, an infinity plunge pool, and a rooftop terrace with barbeque and fire pit space in the project.
Because it is adjacent to Lake Simcoe, it provides beautiful views of the lake and beach, which would interest residents and tourists. There are several parks, lakeside areas, and other leisure amenities nearby.
Georgian College and Bayfield Mall are also close, as are Centennial Park and Heritage Park. In addition, residents can find several foreign restaurants and pubs in Barrie’s downtown. Several marketplaces and banks surround it. The bus station adjacent to the property will be converted into a farmer’s market in the future.
With a walking score of 89, most errands around the region can be accomplished on foot. Also, with a transit score of 53, getting about Barrie has never been easier. Downtown Barrie is a lively and exciting community. It is the city’s central gathering area. It strikes an excellent mix between urban and natural regions. It is well-served by a variety of retail stores and services. It also has a lot of parks and lakeside areas.
This site is closest to Highway 400, Barrie’s major thoroughfare. Meanwhile, commuters may take the bus to Allandale Waterfront Station in only 12 minutes.
Gary Silverberg, an artist, and real estate developer, is inspired by the concept of continually improving how residents live, whether it’s breathing new life into a town on the verge of transformation or discovering methods to better our daily experience to seamlessly combine retail and residential spaces into a new type of life.
He and his team have aimed to transform the way we live for almost 40 years, whether it’s through retail buildings or residential complexes. Some of their most notable projects are Art Condos, The Strip Mall, and others.
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