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Wyview Group

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Builder address: 4151 Highway 7 East, Markham, Ontario, Canada

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About Wyview Group New Home Builder

The Wyview Group has its head office located in City of Markham. The company has involved in both residential and commercial developments in downtown core of Markham. Approximately 45 acres of development land, the land cost is about $110 million Canadian dollars. Estimated costs associated with the development are about 1.368 billion Canadian Dollars.

The superior location: minute to public transit (Viva Transit), to major arterial roads (Hwy 7, 407, 404, and 401), shopping Centre (First Markham Place, Markville Mall, etc.), and top rated school zone includes elementary school, high school, and future York University.

The development will include more than 4,000 residential units, 195 office units, and 50,000 square feet of commercial spaces. This will be a multiple-phase development project, and anticipated to be completed in eight years.

Wyview Group supports the development of environmentally-friendly buildings. The company proposes to include approximately 20% of total building parking spaces for electric vehicle charging stations in architectural design.

The company anticipates the development will attract a large number of companies such as leading hotels, restaurants, supermarkets, cafes and others. The promotional rate of rental of commercial/office rental will be given for future tenants to support their business growth.

In conclusion, the development not only enhances the local economic, environmental, and social health of communities, but also improves a city’s positive image through the power of successful master plan: improve streets as public space, create squares and parks, boost local economies, create thousands of jobs, green building designs, etc. The achieve of this goal requires the development of consensus building, city consultation, and institutional reform. We would respectively request the local municipal, provincial, and federal leaders to participate in and support the ongoing development.


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