Maxx Urban Towns Pickering
Affordable Housing Toronto
ZIA ABBAS introduces “, Maxx Urban Towns by Trillium Housing Pickering”
WE WILL HAVE THE BEST PRICES ON Maxx Urban Towns in Pickering Ontario by Trillium Housing and VanMar Developments
MAXX URBAN TOWNS (Proposed)
Trillium Homes for sale
- Number of Storeys: 3
- Total Number of Suites: 264
- VIP Launch: Winter 2019
264 stacked townhouse condominium units for a range of family sizes and accessible to entry level purchasers and modest-income families.
A New Condo development Maxx Urban Towns located at William Jackson Drive and Earl Grey Avenue by Trillium-Housing is coming soon in the Dufferin Heights neighbourhood, Pickering.
This will be a fresh start in a modern way of living for the eastern gateway to the GTA, where this latest project will be the centre of many developments like transportation and advance technology.
It will be a great opportunity for investors to get involved with a 324-hectare High-Tech district hoping to bring 30,000 new jobs and 60,000 new residents by 2031.
This brand new development will bring for its future residence within a walking distance a new suburb GO train service witch will turn Northern Pickering into a bustling region.
Trillium Housing Oak Non-Profit Corporation, a partnership between Trillium Housing and VanMar Constructors, is proposing to develop the property located at William Jackson Drive in Pickering into a new, vibrant residential community. Comprised of 264 stacked townhouse condominium units planned around a publicly accessible private street and pedestrian walkways, the community is planned to complement adjacent residential uses and natural areas through context-sensitive low-rise development.
Trillium Housing is a new initiative creating housing affordability. Trillium Housing is dedicated to investing in the development of entry-level ownership housing and to providing innovative financing to enable modest-income families to own their home.
With all 264 units to be sold within the Province of Ontario’s Investment in Affordable Housing threshold for housing affordability, the proposal is a positive and significant contribution to the City of Pickering and Region of Durham’s housing supply.
• 1.74 Hectare Low-Rise Development
• 13 Three-Storey Stacked Townhouses
• Publicly-Accessible Private Road
• Pedestrian Walkways
• Underground Parking Space
• 265 Bicycles Parking Space
• Indoor and Outdoor Amenity Area
About Trillium Housing Toronto:
Homeownership builds family equity and brings improved health, positive education outcomes, and community pride and contributes to the reduction of poverty. However, with the growing affordability gap between income and housing prices, homeownership is no longer achievable for many families.
Trillium Housing is a new initiative in delivering housing affordability that is dedicated to investing in the development of entry-level ownership housing and to providing innovative financing to enable many families with limited financial resources to achieve home
ownership that otherwise would be out of their reach.
An independent non-profit corporation, Trillium Housing purchases surplus lands from the province and partners with trusted local developers (in this case VanMar Constructors) to work together to sell high-quality units to families who otherwise can’t afford to buy.
All units in the proposed development will meet the provincial/federal Investment in Affordable Housing for Ontario (“IAH”) program and down payment assistance will be provided to eligible home purchasers (those with incomes under the 60th percentile of income distribution in the Region of Durham) through Trillium Housing’s Trillium Mortgage program. It is Trilliums intent to provide Trillium Mortgages to approximately 50% of the home purchasers.
MAXX URBAN TOWNS
MAXX URBAN TOWNS Neighbourhood
• 6 minutes drive south to Kingston Road
• 8 minutes drive to Pickering Town Centre
• Farmers Market
• Golf Course
• Driving Range (Pickering to Toronto in 30 minutes)
The site is located east of Brock Road, which is the main north-south spine that runs through Duffin Heights. The portion of Brock Road located within the Duffin Heights neighbourhood is envisioned as a mixed-use corridor to serve the day-to-day commercial needs of nearby residents. Brock Road provides important connections to Highway 401 and the established residential and industrial areas of Pickering to the south and to Highway 407 and Highway 7 and the planned Seaton community to the north.
The Seaton community has been planned to accommodate an ultimate population of 70,000 people and 35,000 jobs, which will be supported by
Highway 407 and a future GO Transit Station on the C.P. rail line at the intersection of Brock Road. The subject site is located within 1000 metres, or a 10 – 15-minute walk, from this future station.
The site is in close proximity to existing Durham Region Transit routes along Brock Road and planned high-frequency bus routes along Taunton Road and Third Concession Road.