Located in the heart of East Hamilton, Central Park is a brand new community of single-family, townhome and condominium residences in one of the strongest real estate markets in the province. The master-planned community by Losani Homes was launched in late 2016 and has been a success with homebuyers looking for a family-friendly neighbourhood with contemporary homes and tons of amenities.
When completed, Central Park will be comprised of four neighbourhoods with each featuring a distinct collection of homes. Park Avenue will consist of a mix of townhomes and singles, Madison and Midtown will boast townhomes, and Soho will offer modern condominium suites. Park Avenue was the first to launch and is currently sold out, while Madison will be the second phase and is now open. Prospective homebuyers are encouraged to register online and visit the presentation centre at 1809 Rymal Road East in Hamilton.
Priced from $379,900, the townhomes at Madison feature sleek, contemporary architecture with brick facades, glass doors and dramatic colour palettes. Inside, floorplans range in size from 1,056 square feet to 2,156 square feet and sport open-concept layouts and luxurious features and finishes. Standard features include nine foot main floor ceilings, hardwood floors in the great room, quartz countertops in kitchens and designer fixtures. Barrier-free living options such as elevators or roughed-in shafts for future installation are also available to accommodate people with unique accessibility needs.
“At Central Park, we are committed to working one-on-one with each home purchaser with special mobility needs to ensure that the home meets all their accessibility requirements, while also providing the ability for families to remain in their homes throughout their lifetime,” said Fred Losani, CEO of Losani Homes. “In fact, we have completed twenty customized accessible homes for customers with special needs.”
Situated along Rymal Road East, Central Park is within walking distance of a wealth of local amenities, from restaurants and theatres to grocery stores and schools. It’s also a short hop to downtown Hamilton, Niagara Falls, Oakville and Mississauga, thanks to direct access to the Upper Redhill Extension and its proximity to Highway 403 and the QEW.
Residents of Central Park will be surrounded by an abundance of natural green spaces. The 78-hectare Eramosa Karst, for example, is filled with underground caves, streams and endless meadows and forests. Of course, as the waterfall capital of the world, Hamilton is home to over 120 waterfalls including Centennial Falls, Albion Falls and the famous Devil’s Punch Bowl.
Within the development, tree-lined streetscapes will be complemented by decorative entry features and walking trails, including the developments very own ‘Central Park’ inspired by New York City’s famous attraction. Characterized by curving paths and rolling topography, the large green space will feature a decorative pavilion and children’s play rings that are reminiscent of the 110th Street playground in New York.
The park will be connected to the rest of the community via a five-acre eco-trail promenade dotted with elegant benches and classic Victorian metal light standards. The 1,100-foot-long paved promenade offers access to 1,300 feet of pathway for pedestrian use and will be modified to accommodate wheelchairs, baby strollers and cyclists.
To learn more about Madison at Central Park, browse floorplans, and view the site plan, visit MyCentralPark.ca.
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