parkcity burlington

A popular Burlington project, ParkCity Condominiums brings together urban style with an open, suburban setting. Condo hunters are clearly a fan of the combo: the project is now 85 per cent sold!

Situated at Walkers Line and Upper Middle Road, the four-storey building will be surrounded by a 2-acre, private park. What’s more, residents will be close to other green spaces, such as Tansley Woods Park and Palmer Park.

Tobyn Park Homes ensured the project would be stylish, both inside and out. The building design by KNY Architects has plenty of curb appeal thanks to an exterior where charcoal is matched with warm heritage red brick for a blend of modern flare and classic character.

UNION31, a well-known, Toronto-based design firm, is behind the contemporary interiors. Everything from the amenity spaces to the corridors will feature a palette of natural tones and earthy materials.

The welcoming lobby will have a Scandinavian aesthetic with light, warm wood, honed stone floor tiles, frosted glass and a wood cove ceiling. For a bit of flair, there’s also a contemporary banquette, lounge chairs and chunky natural wood elements. The lounge manages to combine comfort with sophistication, bringing together luxe materials and inviting textures.

The layouts of the suites emphasize functionality with open-concept living areas that are great for both entertaining and every day life. Light and airy, the suites have ceilings between 9 and 10 feet and each unit comes with outdoor space, either in the form of a balcony, or in case of some of the first-floor suites, a patio. The suites will also come equipped with polished granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.

It’s easy to see why the boutique-style condo has struck a chord with buyers. Be sure to check it out soon. The sales centre is located at Upper Middle Road, east of Walker’s Line and open Monday to Thursday from 2 to 8 pm or weekends from 11 am to 5 pm.

Available units start from $214,990.

For more information contact 905 635 9903 or

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