It was quite the gift for Louie Santaguida, President of Stanton Renaissance: on June 25th, On the GO Mimico celebrated its ground breaking and Santaguida celebrated his birthday. The milestone meant a lot to him as the project was seven years in the making. But after working with the city and attending numerous community council meetings, On the GO Mimico is making steady progress and stands out as a unique, community-focused undertaking.
Councillor Mark Grimes noted that other developers had approached him about the site at Royal York Road and Judson Street, suggesting townhomes for the space. However, he felt that the location right next the Mimico GO station needed something far denser. The rest is history!
The 27-storey structure is already 75 per cent sold and the location is a key component of its popularity. How many condos can you name with direct GO Train access? Residents will appreciate being able to travel easily into the core without sacrificing their leisurely, waterfront lifestyle in the west end of the city.
The ground breaking brought out a crowd of buyers, well-wishers, city officials and media. Take a look at our pics:
Top, left to right: Louie Santaguida, President of Stanton Renaissance, Councillor Mark Grimes. Below, left to right: Former city councillor, Chris Korwin-Kuczynski, Councillor Frances Nunziata and Councillor Vincent Crisanti.
The Stanton Renaissance team, city officials, and representatives from Holmes Approved Homes program. On the GO Mimico’s partnership with Mike Holmes will make the project the first condo development endorsed by the Holmes Approved Homes program.
Back at the sales centre, attendees were treated to champagne!
Suites range in size from 534 to 1,205 square feet and start from the mid $200,000s.
For more information contact 647 692 8417 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out onthegomimico.com for more details.