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The crowds arrived early to the presentation centre for the grand opening of Canvas on the Rouge, Markham’s newest mid-rise condominium complex. The residence by Flato Developments Inc. held two preview sales events in April where lineups could be seen around the corner, as prospective homebuyers came out to find the home of their dreams.

“Markham is an incredible location for growing families, which is why we’ve designed a condominium project that appeals to them,” said Shakir Rehmatullah, President of Flato Developments Inc. “Regardless of the size of your family, there’s truly something for everyone!”

Those that missed out on the preview events still have an opportunity to purchase, as a limited number of suites remain. Priced from the low $400,000s, the homes at Canvas on the Rouge offer a unique collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts, ranging in size from 605 square feet to 1,024 square feet. The open-concept floorplans are ideal for families and boast spacious living areas, soaring nine foot ceilings, durable laminate flooring and large kitchens with extended upper cabinets for additional storage. Kitchens also feature quartz countertops, decorative glass tile backsplashes and an energy-efficient appliance package.

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Residents will have access to a wide range of sought-after amenities, like a sleek party room, gym, guest suite, whirlpool, concierge and an expansive rooftop terrace. Convenient local amenities are also just steps away, including several schools, shopping centres, restaurants, the Centennial Community Centre, Markham Stouffville Hospital, lush parks and the Rouge River. Plus, with plenty of transportation options like the Mount Joy GO Station and Highway 407 nearby, Canvas on the Rouge is ideal for commutes to downtown Toronto and the GTA.

To learn more about Canvas on the Rouge and to register for VIP access, visit canvasmarkham.ca.

For more information call 905 479 9292 or email info@flatogroup.com.

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