York Developments will offer a brand-new condominium development to St. Thomas’ College Street. The location of the project harbors a bustling neighborhood with easy access to facilities and recreational areas.
St. Thomas is a small but vibrant city with multiple facilities in the city center that make life easier for residents of this condo development in London. Because of the city’s abundance, residents can complete grocery and shopping errands on foot or within a short drive of the house.
Food Basics, Moe’s Variety-Sayed convenience store, and Horton Farmers’ Market are located near the London condo development and provide residents with grocery and daily living necessities.
SmartCentres St. Thomas, which houses over a dozen retail and service outlets, is also a short drive away from the project. Private transit is used for transportation and daily errands in the vicinity. Highways 3, 401, and 402 are close by, making it easy to travel to other metropolises and well within the GTA.
St. Thomas is accessible via Ontario Highways 3 and 4, which easily connects to London, Highway 401, and Highway 402. Local Motion – Railway City Transit is owned by the city and operated by Voyageur Transportation. It includes both conventional bus service and paratransit.
The St. Thomas Municipal Airports serves the flight needs of both residents and non-residents. There are no scheduled flights at this airport; it is only used for general aviation.
The St.Thomas Municipal Airport hosts a large-scale air show twice a year. Between the years 1978 to 1979, Canada Southern Railway Station served as the only Canadian terminal for the Amtrak Niagra rainbow route. The city has two major parks: Pinafore Park in the south, next to Pinafore Lake, and Waterworks Park in the north, adjoined by Kettle Creek and the nearby Waterworks Reservoir.
The Trans Canada Trail runs through St. Thomas, and homeowners can find a pavilion in Jonas Street Park. The Lions Club Dog Site is located at 25 Talbot Road, at the far west end of Main Street.
The park collaborates with the City of St. Thomas by the St. Thomas Dog Owners Association (STDOA). The park is usually open daily from dawn to dusk.
The Kettle Creek Dog Park, launched in July 2014, is located to the north of St Thomas, off Highbury on Mapleton Line, 200 meters past Dan Paterson Conservation Area.
York Developments is a family-owned company with deep roots in London, Ontario. London has been home to York Developments, also where the entire family was born and raised.
York Developments has built a comprehensive combination of skills to be trendsetters and leaders in the community.
As one of London’s most prominent development companies, York does have one of the largest and most significant development pipeline projects in the city. York is an actual multi-disciplinary developer, creating spaces with a pulse for residents to live harmoniously, work more creatively, and improve their quality of life.
York Developments is currently working on ten new property developments and eleven new housing developments, ranging from luxury high-rise rentals to boutique luxury condos, building rejuvenation, big-box retail, and mixed-use office and retail space, all in highly desirable locations.
York Developments understands the value of community. York takes an entire approach to development at all stages. The company is dedicated to shaping communities, from acquisition and project development to construction and extended-term management.
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