Spring is around the corner, and PACE on Main Condominiums in downtown Stouffville, Ontario, is gearing up for its groundbreaking. But before this milestone is reached, developer Geranium Homes has announced a limited time offer giving buyers the chance to purchase with a deposit of just 10 per cent.

Although more than half of the 67 suites have already been sold, there is still a diverse selection of suites available in this intimate five-storey building on Stouffville’s bustling Main Street, a tree-lined thoroughfare flanked by boutique shops and restaurants.

Available homes at PACE on Main, just a 10-minute drive from Markham, range from 650-square-foot one-bedroom layouts to 1,368-square-foot three-bedroom suites, meaning there is something to meet virtually any buyer’s space needs.

Each of the units at PACE boasts nine-foot ceilings and a variety of high-end finishes including engineered hardwood flooring and granite countertops. Stainless steel appliances in kitchens, walk-in closets and spa-inspired bathrooms further contribute to the upscale feel of suites.

PACE on Main’s lobby hints at the luxury found within the building’s suites, as it will be adorned with natural wood finishes and porcelain tile and capped off with an opulent teardrop chandelier.

Other amenities are no less impressive and each has been envisioned by renowned design firm – Bryon Patton & Associates. Perfect for entertaining, the finely decorated Main Street Lounge exudes warmth and includes a bar, kitchen, a pair of fireplaces and three flat-screen televisions. It also provides access to the expansive terrace, a breezy aerie appointed with multiple gas barbecues.
Prices at PACE on Main start at $339,900, and every unit comes with an underground parking space included in the cost.

For more information on PACE on Main visit paceonmain.com call 905 591 1071 or visit the sales centre at 184 Glad Park Road from 1pm to 6pm Monday to Thursday, from noon to 5pm on weekends, and on Friday by appointment only.

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