southhill on madison It will be a boutique build at the corner of some of the most prestigious neighbourhoods in Toronto. South Hill on Madison, a 7-storey condo on Madison Avenue near Davenport Road, is set to rise up the street from the shops of Yorkville, and the stellar architecture and expansive ravines of Casa Loma.

Starting Saturday May 25th, Burnac is offering generous incentives for buyers interested in the condo and townhouse project. And there are almost too many perks to list.

Buyers will have their mortgage, maintenance, and property tax paid for one year ($18,000-$65,000 off the purchase price). There’s also an extended deposit structure with $3,000 upon signing, balance to 5 per cent in 30 days. You’ll only have to pay 5 per cent in 120 days (instead of 60),  an additional 5 per cent by January 30th 2014 (instead of in 90 days), and 5 per cent on occupancy as opposed to one-year later.

In terms of development charges, they’re capped at $5,500 for 1-bedroom, 1-bedroom plus den and 2-bedroom units are capped at $7,500. Plus, you won’t have to pay the $5,000 assignment fee!

The building itself features plenty of options. You don’t have to worry about renting a space in the building if you own a vehicle. Each suite, even the studio and 1-bedroom condos, have parking available for purchase.

The unique building also offers plenty of opportunity to customize your space to fit your tastes. Some of the five star upgrades include heated floors in the master bath, upgraded millwork and kitchen islands, and custom closet organizers.

If you love hosting dinner parties, consider the chef’s kitchen complete with Miele appliances and a fully integrated glass beverage center in island for all your entertaining needs.

And for the latest in technology, suites can be upgraded to feature surround sound and plenty of other high-tech features that can be adjusted with any iPad, iPhone or other handheld device.

Available units start from the $200,000s to over $959,900.

For more information contact 416 966 3737.

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