Promenade Park Towers Condos
ZIA ABBAS introduces “Promenade Park Towers Condos in Thornhill”
Starting from high 300Ks
The most fashionable address in Thornhill!
Reconvene with Mother Nature. Head out back to access the private green roof terrace: the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy the outdoors.
WE HAVE THE BEST PRICES ON Promenade Park Towers Condos
Promenade Park Towers condos for sale:
A new condo development by Liberty Development Corporation in Vaughan “Promenade Park Towers” currently in preconstruction at 1 Promenade Circle.
Builder: Liberty Development Corporation
Building Type: Condo
Construction Status: Preconstruction
Number of Units: 1,066 units in 3 towers
Number of Condo Towers: Three Towers with 28, 30 & 35-storeys
Granite or Quartz Kitchen countertops
Granite or Quartz bathroom countertops with under-mount sink
European-style kitchen cabinets with 36″ uppers
Ceramic tile backsplash
Stainless steel appliance package: Ceran-top stove;
Hood Fan vented to exterior; Frost Free Refrigerator;
Built-in multi-cycle Dishwasher;
Stacking electric Washer and Dryer (white)
Laminate flooring in foyer, kitchen, living/dining room, den & bedrooms (if applicable)
9′ Ceilings on residential levels
Includes Smart Door Lock, Thermostat, Camera, and Door/Window Sensor, Light Bulb
Private membership in Club Liberty, which includes Exercise Room, Party Room
with Private Dining Room + Kitchen, Yoga Studio, Sports Lounge, Golf Simulator, Cyber Lounge Cards Room, Pet Wash, Dog Run Area (Seasonal)
Outdoor Green Roof Terrace (Seasonal), Guest Suite, Self Serve Parcel Room
Media Room/ Game Room, Billiards Room, Study Lounge and Children’s Play Area
BLDG A number of Suites: 428
BLDG A number of Levels: 35
- $5,000 with Offer
- Balance to 5% in 30 Days
- 2.5% in 90 Days
- 2.5% in 180 Days
- 5% in 370 Days
- 5% Due on Occupancy
Parking: $42,900.00 (HST included) Parking not available for 1A and 1 B units
Monthly Maintenance Fees:
- $ 0.59/Sq. Ft., plus Hydro (metered separately for each individual unit consumption)
- Including Rogers High-Speed Bulk Internet up to 1 Gb/30Mb
- Parking: $50.00/Month
Estimated Taxes: 1 % of the purchase price per year
Tentative Occupancy: September 1, 2023
Floor Premiums: Floor Price Increments vary.
About this amazing Thornhill Ontario real estate:
- Direct access to Promenade Shopping Centre
- 150+ stores including grocery store & cinema
- Within walking distance, you can enjoy all amenities including banks, dining, entertainment, local supermarket, post office, shopping and more in the neighbourhood.
- Residents of Promenade Park Towers can use the York Region Transit to move easily in the area or to go to Finch Subway Station.
- Easy Access to Highways 7,400, 401 and 404
- Promenade Terminal:-Viva Rapid Transit with connections to major transportation hubs
- The convenience of city living with plenty of open green spaces and tree tree-filled parks and golf courses
About Liberty Development, the builder of Promenade Towers apartments:
EXCELLENCE, CRAFTSMANSHIP AND INNOVATIVE DESIGNS- LIBERTY FOR ALL!
Liberty Development Corporation is a full-service real estate development company. It is a leading development manager of commercial, office, and residential buildings in the Greater Toronto Area. The principals of Liberty have over 30 years of hands-on experience in the development and construction industries.
Liberty brings expertise in land assembly, development, design and construction, sales, leasing, and property management. It maintains excellent working relationships with various municipalities as well as professional consultants and trades involved in each project.
Over the past few years, Liberty has created diverse housing styles from single-family homes and townhomes to high-rise condominiums, as well as many notable commercial developments. In doing so, Liberty has been careful to preserve and enhance the communities it has developed and maintains strict design standards in all of its projects.
Liberty is dedicated to total customer care. From knowledgeable sales associates and old-world craftsmanship to prompt and courteous after-sales service, Liberty is committed to complete customer satisfaction.
As a leader in forging growth throughout the GTA, Liberty Development’s strategy is simple: to identify high-quality underutilized locations and convert them into highly desirable developments. Liberty communities are public-transit oriented.
Liberty Development received the Places to Grow Community of the Year award from BILD in both 2009 and 2010. The award-winning communities include Eko Markham Centre / Liberty Square and World on Yonge -Liberty’s mixed-use high-density communities located in Markham and Thornhill. World on Yonge was also the recipient of the 2011 OHBA Award of Distinction for the Most Outstanding High-Rise building. With the recognition of its peers, municipalities, and support of purchasers, Liberty has set a vision for corporate commitment and integrity, which has become the standard for Ontario. Liberty continues to ensure that its communities are innovative and cutting edge, blazing the trail for the future of condominium living in the GTA and beyond. LIBERTY FOR ALL.
Promenade Park Towers
Promenade Park Towers Neighbourhood
• Close to Promenade Mall
• Within walking distance, you can enjoy all amenities including bank, dining, entertainment, local supermarket, post office, shopping and more in the neighborhood
• Resident of Promenade Park Towers can use the York Region Transit to move easily in the area or to go to Finch Subway Station
• Easy Access to Highways 7,400, 401 and 404
HISTORY OF THORNHILL
The community of Thornhill is divided in half between the City of Markham and the City of Vaughan and runs along both the east and west sides of Yonge Street. The growth and development of Thornhill are directly related to:
the development of Yonge Street as a transportation route
the Don River system running through the village
Thornhill’s proximity to Toronto
Yonge Street looking north in Thornhill, ca. 1900
Yonge Street was first developed as a military road by the first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, John Graves Simcoe. In 1792, a guide showed Simcoe an aboriginal route connecting Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe from York (Toronto). The trail was surveyed, and by 1793 William Berczy cleared the trail from Toronto to the present site of Thornhill. Later that year, soldiers were dispatched by Simcoe to finish the road to Holland Landing (Lake Simcoe).
Simcoe also announced a plan to attract settlers to Upper Canada (Ontario) in 1792. The plan offered settlers 80 hectares (200 acres) of land provided they complete these tasks within the first two years of ownership:
build a home
clear 10 metres of land across the front of the property for a road
clear and fence four hectares (10 acres) of grant land
By 1800, all the lots between what are now Steeles Avenue and Langstaff Road were granted to future settlers. Simcoe’s policies helped populate and develop communities throughout Upper Canada.
Benjamin Thorne’s mills
The years following the War of 1812 saw another wave of immigration take place. The end of the Napoleonic Wars meant a significant social and economic change in Great Britain. This resulted in upper-class families and servicemen leaving Great Britain to start a new life in North America.
The arrival of Benjamin Thorne in 1820 was particularly important. Thorne set up a warehouse in York that dealt with the export of grain and import of iron. He then purchased the remains of a burnt down mill and renovated it into a gristmill. By 1830, he was operating a gristmill, sawmill, and tannery. Thorne became a major influence on the economic life of the village. The small settlement became known as Thorne’s Mills and then Thorne’s Hill.
In 1828, Thorne and his brother-in-law, William Parson, petitioned for a post office. It was granted in 1829 and the village was officially called Thornhill, with Mr. Parson being its first postmaster. By 1830, Thornhill had a variety of services and industries including a distillery, millwright, several blacksmiths, harness makers, shopkeepers, tanner, weaver, sawmills and more.
Thornhill’s First Post Office located in the small building next to William Parson’s home, 1828
Growth and development
Between 1830 and 1848, Thornhill experienced constant growth. The business district developed on Yonge Street in the area between Centre Street and John Street. Stagecoaches (covered wagons) traveled between Holland Landing and York as Yonge Street’s road conditions improved and many churches, which stand to this day, were built.
Agricultural farming thrived during this period as local farmers took advantage of new mechanical advances, such as reapers (machines that pick crops at harvest) and threshers (machines that separate grain). Millers also found a ready market for their products in the protected British market.
The village acquired further services and the original Crown lots were subdivided to provide for the needs of the new urban class. By 1848, Thornhill was the largest community on Yonge Street north of Toronto, has a population of approximately 700 people.
Thornhill had grown into a busy milling centre by the mid-1840s. However, the factors that fostered its growth, namely government policy, economics and technology, all evolved and changed around mid-century resulting in an extended period of inactivity. The biggest change was the British government’s elimination of the Corn Laws in 1846, which ended lower import tariffs for Canadian grain into British markets.