Stockworth Developments and Rosewater Developments are working on a new condo project called Prince George Landing, built at 17 Baldwin Street in Whitby, Ontario, Canada.
A total of 64 residences will be built on this site, divided among three three-story townhouse buildings. This property should be ready for occupancy in 2022, based on current estimates.
Due to its superb appearance and luxurious amenities, this townhouse complex is sure to amaze everyone who visits. This property, which has a ravine on one side and Baldwin on the other, provides both an urban hideaway and a beautiful forest preserve.
Residents may enjoy the small-town’s charm and big-city conveniences in the same place. This construction will also provide residents with contemporary amenities so they may enjoy city living.
Whitby’s iconic neighborhood, Prince George Landing, is coming to Whitby. Prince George Landing will include three blocks: Princess Charlotte, Prince William, and Prince Henry. The traditional design evokes feelings of grandeur. Each building has its distinct design elements and finishes. In other words, purchasers can expect charm and luxury throughout the property.
There will be 64 suites in three-story low-rise development in Whitby. Prince George Landing’s layouts will range from studios to three-bedroom homes, all with large floor plans. Suites will vary in size from 691 square feet to 2210 square feet.
The project’s apartments will feature patios or balconies on some of them. In addition, some apartments will have a den, studio, laundry room, or study. A parking garage will be built below, as well as outdoor walkways. For the most part, this neighborhood is ideal for both families and couples.
Brooklin, a neighborhood in Whitby’s north, is a shining example of well-planned community development. Despite being far from the city’s center and essential facilities, this outlying neighborhood is a close-knit community where residents have access to all they need to get by daily.
There are plenty of green areas and parks all around. Few parks exist in Brooklin, including Brooklin Kinsmen, Grass, and Memorial Parks. Around the development, you’ll find even more green areas and parkland.
Residents may reach the Brooklin Town Centre in a matter of minutes. Ontario Tech University and Durham College are both only nine minutes away from downtown Toronto for residents. These townhouses and condominiums are very near to the Heber Down Conservation Area.
Prince George Landing’s Baldwin St neighborhood, which is in the center of Brooklin, has a Walk Score of 55, making it quite walkable. Near the location, residents will discover bus routes and other forms of public transit. Local bus routes also serve port Perry/Whitby and Oshawa/York University.
Brooklin is an excellent off-campus housing option for students attending Ontario Tech University or Durham College. Students may enjoy the urban lifestyle of Brooklin while still making it to class on time by driving or using public transportation, which is just 9 minutes away. In addition, the Heber Down Conservation Area, one of Whitby’s most pristine forest regions, is only a short drive from this property.
Additionally, accessible access roads like Highway 407 and Highway 412 make Brooklin convenient for motorists.
Homebuilder Rosewater Developments specializes in low- and mid-rise condominium projects and strives to offer its partners total turnkey solutions. They have been providing comprehensive solutions for the Toronto real estate market for over two decades. Dover Coast and King’s Landing Condos are two additional developments in the planning stages. They’ve also worked on Queensway Park Condos and 28 River Street Condos.
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