From its on-site features to nearby attractions, the four-storey 165-unit development puts residents in the centre of an amenity-rich community.
Living up to its name, a two-acre park of sloping lawns dotted with trees, benches and pergolas is located in the heart of ParkCity itself.
Marked by bold CorTen steel arches that straddle the borders where public and private spaces meet, this secluded green space is surrounded by three residences which wrap around it and provide a backdrop of timeless red brick, striking charcoal, and modern glass.
Behind this facade, ParkCity residents will find a sleek lobby, a party/media room, and a hotel-inspired private dining room, all of which have been designed by U31. The Toronto-based interior-design firm brings an urban-design sensibility to the project while making use of subtle natural tones and earthy finishes, such as honed stone flooring and anigre wood.
ParkCity will also boast a yoga/aerobics/pilates studio just off a tranquil courtyard complete with a barbecue, creating an ideal setup for summer gatherings with friends and family (either can spend the night in the community’s guest suite).
But although the multi-purpose fitness centre and outdoor space provide a convenient place to workout or relax, residents will likely want to spend some time in Burlington; it has lots to offer in both respects.
From the Bruce Trail to the Niagara Escarpment, the Halton Region city on the shores of Lake Ontario abounds with outdoor space to hike, cycle, jog or kick back in.
There are also a number of sports venues, including the Burlington Sports Centre, Central Arena, Nelson Stadium, and the Burlington Curling Club. Whatever your game of choice, chances are it won’t be a problem finding a place to play in the city.
Sales at ParkCity Condos start at $224,990, and construction is expected to be completed in 2017.