At long last, Studio2 on Richmond is set to celebrate its grand opening on Saturday, January 21.

The presentation gallery at Nelson Street and Duncan Street will open its doors at 11am to what surely will be a throng of interested prospective buyers.

Can we guarantee a throng? Well we’re not in the business of making predictions — leave that to Miss Cleo we always say — but the big incentive that Studio2 is offering will go a long way to getting folks out of bed and over to the presentation gallery.

Dubbed the Grand Opening Special, the incentive allows purchasers to receive $5,000 in “design dollars”. That’s money in the design bank and something you should definitely try to take advantage of if you’re considering a purchase at Studio 2.

The development is the 41 storey sequel  to the super successful 31 storey tower in the acclaimed Studio on Richmond community by Aspen Ridge Homes. If you’re looking for a downtown lifestyle steeped in culture and rich in nightlife options, then you’ll need to add Studio2 to your must-see list.

Situated in the Richmond-Dundas area, the project will be immersed in the John Street cultural corridor with theatre (of both the dramatic and film varieties), clubs, fine dining and a range of 24/7 entertainment options.

Now, when you were reading about the location of Studio2‘s presentation gallery, you might have been thinking “Where the heck is Nelson Street?” While it doesn’t have the name recognition of a King or a Queen, Nelson Street is about to become a downtown street of note thanks to an ongoing revitalization project. The revitalization will take Nelson from nondescript, average street to inviting, tree-lined walkway.

Purchasers will have the choice of studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites ranging in size from 420 to 1,357 square feet. Get on over to the sales centre on January 21 at 11am to get the primo selection of suites, and of course, take advantage of the awesome $5,000 in design dollars incentive.

For more info call 647 352 7736 or visit the website right now!

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