Earlier this week, Minto Kingmeadow in Oshawa honoured the Reid family of veterans for their dedication and long standing commitment to the Canadian military. The Kingmeadow street was named “Fighting Reids Gate,” a nod to the nickname given to the Reids during World War II when six of their family members served at the same time.
“All of us here at Minto are overjoyed to have been able to honour the remarkable bravery of the Reids who fought for our country overseas and those who had so much impact here at home, as well. It was incredibly powerful to share that moment with the family,” said Vince Santino, Vice President of Development at Minto Communities Canada.
The 200 unit housing and townhome community is nearing completion — 150 homes are fully occupied and in the coming weeks, residents will begin to move into the development’s Bridle Townhomes. There will also be a new release of homes at Kingmeadow at the end of this month.
Three and four bedroom detached homes are still available, as are two-storey townhomes. Units are priced from the mid $400,000s. Kingmeadow is located at Simcoe Street and Britannia Avenue in North Oshawa. The neighbourhood is surrounded by abundant green space and is close to schools, retail shopping, restaurants and Highways 401 and 407.
Potential buyers are invited to visit the Kingmeadow sales centre at 2361 Simcoe Street in North Oshawa, Monday to Thursday from noon to 7pm or during the weekend from 11am to 6pm.
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