Whereas On The Danforth saw DIAM enter the Toronto mid-rise condo segment, Radiance will feature high-quality, modern townhomes starting from mid $400,000s.
Demand for new low-rise homes has been unrelenting in the nearby GTA, so at that price point Radiance offers a rare opportunity for homebuyers who otherwise may be priced out of ground-oriented housing.
“Building in Innisfil makes sense when you look at home prices, which are 30 to 40 per cent lower than they are for similar product in Markham and Richmond Hill,” explains Moninder Khudal, President and CEO of DIAM Developments.
“Radiance is ideal for first-time buyers and young families looking for affordable townhomes,” he continues.
With both On The Danforth and Radiance, Khudal’s previous experience as a luxury homebuilder shows through.
The community’s homes, designed by the acclaimed Toronto-based architecture firm onespace, range from three to five bedrooms and will boast spacious decks and rooftop terraces, as per plan.
Innisfil neighbours Barrie and is only about an hour’s drive from Toronto, which can be reached via Highway 400 or GO Transit.
“With the GO Station so close by, using public transit is very convenient,” says Khudal.
Commuting for work is a breeze, then, but there will also be lots to do around Innisfil.
Parks, schools, shopping and restaurants all surround Radiance. Not far from the community, you’ll find the brand new Innisfil Recreational Complex and YMCA and, of course, Innisfil’s pristine Lake Ontario waterfront.
To be among the first to learn more about this new community, register at radianceinnisfil.ca.