Steps away from the recently completed subway extension, in the heart of the bustling community of Vaughan, sits the Cortel Group’s incredibly successful master-planned Expo City community. The good news? CG Tower, the development’s fifth and final tower, is coming soon.

The Expo City community has been met with an incredible amount of demand. Three of the community’s towers — Expo 1, Expo 2 and Nord East — are completely sold out. Nord West has only a handful of units available, while Nord Towns is also proving exceptionally popular.

CG Tower is a collaboration between Cortel Group, dynamic design firm Quadrangle and renowned landscape architects DTAH. The tower has been thoughtfully designed, with an edgy, eye-catching exterior and warm interior. Once complete, it will feature wood details and plenty of daylight, for a natural and modern look.

At 60 storeys, the CG will offer suites perfect for everyone from young professionals to growing families. A wide range of indoor amenities will be available, along with a stunning rooftop terrace, green area, pool and BBQ lounge.

Because CG Tower puts community first, residents will be able to enjoy a child’s play area, gym, yoga studio and theatre. Lounges on the 20th and 32nd floor provide residents with board rooms and personal workspaces, as well as dining and party spaces.

The location is perfect for those working downtown, just steps away from the new TTC subway station at the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre. Residents can enjoy the nearby YMCA location along with establishments like Moxie’s, Earls, Dave & Busters, Luxy and Ivy, Life Fitness and several community centres. Best of all, nearby Vaughan Mills shopping centre offers brand name shops and labels for every budget.

CG Tower is very coming soon and more information will be shared by the developer as the launch nears. If you want to receive new information about the new tower as it’s made available, become a part of the “Make your Mark” campaign and a Cortel Friend Forever.

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