We recently learned a lot about Marlin Spring Developments when we had the opportunity to chat with COO Zev Mandelbaum about one of their new developments in Vaughan. Now that we know what Marlin Spring is all about, we are very confident in telling you that you need to register for one of their new boutique condo developments, Canvas Condos.
Located in Danforth Village, Canvas Condos will rise eight storeys, featuring a facade of brick and glass, with spacious terraces. The contemporary boutique style will play a big role in the swift transformation into a vibrant mixed-use community that the neighbourhood is currently undergoing.
Here are four reasons why you should register for Canvas Condos:
1) There are great opportunities for first-time buyersAt Canvas Condos, prices are starting in the mid $200,000s. In a market where a new high-rise unit costs $454,304 on average, Marlin Spring’s new condo is a rare find for young buyers looking to own their first home. The location at 2301 Danforth Avenue is a great spot to set firm roots in case you plan on starting a family in a condo, as many millennials are planning on doing. Gledhill Junior Public School is only two minutes away by foot, and St. John Catholic School and Notre Dame High School are also nearby.
2) Danforth Village is highly walkable Walkscore.com gives 2301 Danforth Avenue a Walk Score of 95 out of 100, labelling it as a “Walker’s Paradise,” which means your daily errands don’t require a car. Danforth Village is an up and coming area so there are new cafes, shops, and services opening all the time. You can even walk to get your weekly groceries because Sobeys is only a three-minute walk away. Canvas Condos will be conveniently located between Woodbine subway station and Main subway station. Both of them are only five minutes away by foot, so you have easy access to east, west, south, and north transit routes.
3) You’re really close to Woodbine Beach and Kew BeachTwo of Toronto’s favourite beaches are Woodbine Beach (adjacent to Ashbridges Bay Park) and Kew Beach. The park and beaches feature volleyball courts, skateparks, an off-leash dog area, open green space, barbecue and picnic areas, and much more! On occasions like Canada Day, the community gathers for extravagant firework displays down on the shore of Lake Ontario. If you drive, you can get from Canvas Condos to Woodbine Beach in just six minutes, and if you want to leave the car behind and take transit, it’s under 20 minutes away. You will love having the option to head down to the beach any day of the summer.
4) Marlin Spring brings 60 years of real estate experience to the tableMarlin Spring is a product of generations of residential development with roots stemming back to H&R Developments and Lanterra Developments. According to Zev Mandelbaum, “The future of homebuilding in the GTA will sway towards the more creative developers that can not only obtain land but can maximize the density and the functionality of the products. Gone are the days of wide shallow lots with large single detached homes and inefficient layouts.”The name “Canvas Condos” speaks to the creativity that Marlin Spring exudes, so we are very excited to learn more about what the development has to offer.
Register for Canvas Condos today!