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At the corner of Bond Crescent and Yonge Street in Richmond Hill, work on the Sorrento Condos is underway as the development heads swiftly towards its expected completion for the end of 2016.

“We’ve been lucky that Mother Nature has given us good weather for building over the past month,” said Michael Mazzotta, a project manager for Armour Heights, the developer behind Sorrento. “Our entire team is focused on getting the Sorrento up and out of the ground for our new owners.”

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So far, the first-floor concrete slab is in place and the construction team has started perimeter groundwork. Noticing that work at Sorrento is in full swing, curious future residents have been drawn to the community, says Mazzotta.

“Many have dropped by the sales office now that they see the floor of their new home is taking shape,” he said.

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While the change afoot at Sorrento Condos is hard to miss — especially against the green backdrop of the surrounding forested Oak Ridges community — there are some elements that won’t be obvious to passersby just yet.

For instance, though there’s little sign of it now, once completed the Sorrento Condos will feature a host of unique amenities that distinguish it from other developments.

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The four-storey, 99-unit development’s extensive on-site offerings will include a communal garden, car wash, and bocce court. Residents will also be able to enjoy a pool, library, sauna, yoga studio, exercise room, party room and concierge service when the Sorrento opens its doors within about a year’s time.

Prices at the Sorrento Condos start in the mid-$400,000s and unit sizes range from 738 square feet up to 1,328 square feet.

For more information visit www.thesorrento.ca or call 289 637 1777.

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