Biddington’s new Aurora townhouse development, Urban Towns of Aurora, is a new townhouse project in Richmond Hill. This pre-construction project can be found at 46 St John’s Sideroad, between the Upper Canada Mall and the Aurora GO Station, on the northeast corner of Yonge Street.
There will be 68 two-bedroom townhomes piled on top of each other in this construction. Biddington will do the building, and the date of occupancy is yet unknown.
This new townhouse project will have a broad selection of sizes to fit any lifestyle, especially for young couples and families with expanding needs.
This construction will have a total of 68 four-storey townhouses. For investors, two-bedroom residences ranging in size from 975 to 1,375 square feet are expected.
There will be three storeys of gray stone on the ground level, two of red brick above that, and a third of gray siding.
The third and fourth storeys have balconies, while the top storey has a rooftop patio with city views. The windows in this building will be huge enough to let in the most natural light possible. Expect open-concept layouts and contemporary elements and finishes from Biddington’s previous projects.
Aurora, Ontario, is one of the most desirable areas in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). It has a well-balanced mix of modern suburbs, protected natural areas, and distinctive local attractions.
It’s a great spot to raise a family because of the abundance of nearby schools, including Aurora Montessori School, St. Andrew College, Terry Fox Community Centre Primary School, Devins Drive Community Centre Primary School, and Lester B Pearson Community Primary School.
Many after-school activities, such as dance, martial arts, and music, maybe found nearby as well. The Aurora Community Centre, York District School Board, and Aurora Public Library are all nearby for residents and their families to use.
The Aurora Sports Dome, Thompson Park, Atkinson Park, Optimist Park, St. Andrew’s Valley Golf Club, Bloomington Downs Golf Course, Aurora Arboretum, Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area, Aurora Recreation Complex, and Aurora Family Leisure Complex are just a few of the nearby parks and recreation facilities.
The Aurora GO Station, which will connect commuters to downtown Toronto in less than an hour, is only 5 minutes away from this development. As a bonus, Highway 404 and 400 are just a few minutes away from this property. This development is expected to be the next unequaled investment opportunity because of its proximity to various distinctive local attractions and easy access to public transportation.
Local eateries including Joia Restaurant, DNA Bar, Fishbone Kitchen & Bar, and Aw Shucks Seafood Bistro and State, Sushi Kui, Tom and Jerry’s Bistro, and Main Kitchen & Bar are what makes this region so unique. In addition, it takes less than ten minutes to go to Upper Canada Mall from this construction. Residents may shop and dine at more than 250 businesses and services at this mall.
Founded in the 1960s, Biddington is a well-known, family-owned real estate developer. They think that a skilled developer must see their idea before construction even starts to be successful.
The developer must know exactly what they’re going to construct and carry out their strategy accurately. After imagining the finished product, they must follow through by recruiting the most significant personnel and procuring high-quality components.
This developer has a track record of success. They’ve created several single-family homes and condos, as well as commercial and industrial buildings. Their effort has resulted in over 500 residential units and 2 million square feet of commercial space.
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