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A new generation of luxury begins now for the city of Richmond Hill. Set against the natural surroundings of the forests and wetlands of Richmond Hill, The Towns on Bayview is looking to redefine townhome living.
Currently in the pre-construction phase, The Towns on Bayview is an exciting new series of townhomes in the northern edges of Richmond Hill. Being led by developers Primont Homes, and with a touch of style thanks to interior designer Jane Lockhart, this development will feature unrivalled architecture, and takes pride in the rich forests and wetlands that define its geography.
To learn more about why we’re so excited about this new community in a landmark location, keep reading below! And don’t forget to register now with MyCondoPro to stay up-to-date on this property.
Introducing a community of meticulous Jane Lockhart-inspired Urban Townhomes – featuring contemporary architectural designs with soaring 10′ ceilings on the main floor, two-car garages, rooftop terraces and garden patios. The Towns on Bayview are steps from some of the city’s premier schools including Holy Trinity School and TMS School Bayview Campus.
Gracious floor-to-ceiling windows anchor each townhome, as soaring 10-foot ceilings on the main floor allow for sun-drenched interiors and sweeping views of land and sky. Varying textures and geometric layers quietly beckon a closer look, as inviting neutral tones put mind and soul at ease.
Located 11555 Bayview Avenue, The Towns on Bayview is right in the heart of Richmond Hill.
Richmond Hill is an ideal suburban community, filled with amenities, and well-suited for families. Commuters don’t have to worry about a difficult trip into the city, thanks to countless commuter options, but it’s also far enough away from the downtown that it sometimes feels like small-town living. New developments are springing up in this area constantly, likely due to this ideal location.
Active families looking for adventure and outdoor activities will be right at home in Richmond Hill. The region has over 200 parks, and greenspaces, some of which are minutes away, like Snakes and Ladders Park, essentially across the street, as well as Richmond Green Sports Centre and Park – where families can enjoy an indoor sports dome, 26,000 sq ft indoor sports centre, a soccer league with outdoor fields, basketball courts, an amphitheatre, and picnic areas.
For the golfer in the family, Summit Golf & Country Club is just minutes away, and those looking to escape into nature will find the Saigeon Trail a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of Richmond Hill – a 5.1 kilometre trail perfect for mountain biking, hiking, walking or running.
Further, residents will have access to countless nearby amenities, stores, restaurants, and services. Local schools like Richmond Hill High School, HG Bernard Public, Holy Trinity, and many more are just short drives away. Meanwhile, stores like Winners, T&T Supermarket, Leon’s Furniture, Loblaws, Staples and many other resources are close by. Just down the road, about an eight minute drive, is Elgin Mills Centre, and Upper Yonge Place, a crossing of strip malls and shopping centres that make errands quick and easy. From Loblaws, to TD Bank, a Dental service, Coras, Leons Furniture, Service Ontario, and an Imagine Cinemas, this nearby corner will have everything residents need.
Hillcrest Mall is nearby as well, offering hundreds of retail stores and services, as well as restaurants and entertainment.
The Towns on Bayview will be a series of stacked townhomes, rising a total of 3 storeys, and containing a total of 180 suites. These gorgeous homes will feature a highly modern, rectangular style, with floor-to-ceiling windows, and spacious ten foot ceilings. Every aspect of these homes has been designed with meaning, and intentionality. Kitchens will be functional and spacious, living spaces will be designed to be lived in.
The finishing touches have all been curated by interior designer Jane Lockhart. Famous for her eye for design and colour, Jane Lockhart curates spaces that withstand the test of time, and reinvent the standard.
And exterior with multiple shades of brick make for a visually distinct home, while accents of rich wood make for natural, earthy tones throughout the building. This distinctive rectangular design will make for unique windows and vantage points, as well as enclosed balconies to sit and take in the sun from your home. And every rooftop in the Towns on Bayview will feature a gorgeous, rooftop terrace, perfect for entertaining, or just having a delightful dinner by sunset.
A full list of building amenities, shared indoor and outdoor amenities, and floorplans have not yet been made available. To stay up-to-date on this exciting townhome project, and get access to this amenity information as soon as it becomes available.
Richmond Hill is in many ways a crossroads for the GTA. To its east, the Highway 404, leads directly into the core of Toronto via the Don Valley Parkway, and makes commutes simple. Travelling throughout the boroughs and neighbourhoods of the city is easy too: Highway 401, one of the busiest highways in North America, travels east-west and just south of Richmond Hill, connecting the York Region to Scarborough, Etobicoke, Mississauga, and the rest of Southern Ontario.
As Richmond Hill grows, and traffic becomes more dense, residents of Richmond Hill have many other options for their commutes. York Region Transit (YRT) runs an unparalleled bus service throughout the entire northern region of the GTA, providing simple connections to Vaughan, Aurora, Markham, Newmarket, and Whitchurch-Stouffville, with simple connections to the TTC line. Though the TTC itself does not operate within Richmond Hill, plans are being prepared to extend the primary subway lines to the intersection of Yonge and Highway 7, at the area’s southern border.
Commuters can also rely on GO Transit. The primary commuter rail has two stations within the city – Richmond Hill Station and Langstaff Station, both providing regular trains in and out of the city. Richmond Hill Station in particular is very close, only ten minutes by car. The station features a robust parking area, meaning your commute into the city can be a simple two-step process right downtown in under an hour.