When residents move into ParkCity Condos, a 165-unit low-rise condo development in Burlington by Tobyn Park Homes, they’ll find themselves in the heart of a lively community. The goings-on in the waterfront city southwest of Toronto this holiday season are a prime example of the lifestyle ParkCity residents will be able to enjoy.
In fact, Burlington has a long-running history of large-scale seasonal events. For example, this past weekend members of the community flocked to the Burlington Santa Claus Parade, a half-century-old local tradition. This time around, it featured a procession of more than 50 festive floats and over a dozen live bands.
While those who missed out will have to wait until next December for the 51st annual parade, future residents interested in experiencing what Burlington has to offer during the holidays still have a lot to look forward to.
The Moscow Classical Ballet will be taking the stage at The Burlington Performing Arts Centre — just one of the many cultural venues in Burlington — on December 8th and 9th to perform the holiday staple The Nutcracker.
On Friday, December 11th, at 7:30pm at Rotary Centennial Pond in Spencer Smith Park, the second-annual Christmas Collage show will be hitting the ice, featuring a variety of different skating styles and activities from synchronized and figure skating to ringette and hockey. The free event will also feature performances from local musicians.
Meanwhile, crossing off items from loved ones’ wish lists during the holiday season won’t be a problem for ParkCity residents, as the nearby Mapleview mall is host to more than a hundred retailers from Godiva Chocolatier to the Apple Store.
On top of that, ParkCity’s hotel-inspired guest suite and private dining room will make having family and friends visit from out of town easy.
Prices at ParkCity, which also features amenities like barbecue courtyard and fitness studio, start at $224,990.
To find out more about ParkCity Condos, visit parkcityliving.ca or call 905 635 9903.