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Pratt Homes has unveiled the first renderings of its latest condominium community in the heart of Alliston. Banting Square will consist of two, four-storey, 56 unit condo buildings with architecture that reflects the heritage of the well established Ontario town. The development was named in honour of Sir Frederick Banting, an Alliston native who co-discovered insulin and was subsequently awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1923.

The design of Banting Square was inspired by the use of red brick, gable ends and the architectural symmetry present in the heritage buildings of Alliston. Residents will be able to personalize their suites at the Pratt Homes Design Boutique, where an expert designer will assist with the selection of color palettes and interior finishes.

The condominium community will also feature secure underground parking, a communal outside seating area, oversized balconies and pet-friendly atmosphere. What’s more, condo fees will be among the lowest in the area.

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On Saturday, March 18th, Pratt Homes will launch sales of its Banting Square project with a grand opening event, to be held at 176 Victoria Street East in Alliston. Prospective buyers are encouraged to register online to stay up-to-date on the latest news and buying opportunities.

The community is just a few mintues drive from grocery stores, local shops, restaurants, Stevenson Memorial Hospital and the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate its proximity to golf courses, walking trails, the Earl Rowe Provincial Park and the Boyne River. Banting Square is only a 20 minute drive from Highway 400, making downtown Toronto an accessible commute.

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