The Buckingham at Grand Central Mimico is about to make its mark in the ever-growing Mimico neighbourhood of Etobicoke. Part of a master-planned community by Vandyk Properties, Grand Central Mimico will be a transit-tailored community that has partnered with Metrolinx, and will bring spacious and modern residential suites and retail space to the area.
Phase one of the community is The Buckingham; a 751-unit condo featuring 3 towers, offering a variety of suite styles. As the first phase of the master-planned community, The Buckingham will serve as the beacon for Toronto’s newest and future transit-tailored community.
Amenities at The Buckingham will include a co-working space, a 7,500sqft Wellness Centre featuring a gym, yoga studio, steam room, massage therapy room and lounge, and an outdoor landscaped amenity terrace with seating areas, cabana lounge, fire pit lounge areas, bbq stations and al fresco dining.
The Buckingham at Grand Central Mimico will be a 4 minute walk (350 metres) to Mimico GO Station. Need to head to Union Station in downtown Toronto? With quick access to the Mimico GO Station, you can be there in just 15 minutes. With all day services, trains running frequently, and the convenience of being located only two stops away from Union Station and one stop away from Exhibition Station (the future terminus of the Ontario Line), commuters can travel easily and faster to where they need to be.
In 2013, Toronto adopted an official plan amendment to regenerate Mimico. This means the intention for this area is to accommodate significant employment, create massive residential growth, build new density around major transit infrastructure (Mimico GO Station), and provide enhanced green spaces for future residential growth (new 12 acre park).
What will be a massive transformation, this is one of the best investment opportunities in the entire GTA to get in on!
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