Nao Towns Phase 2 – Coming February 2021/From the Mid $900’s
Nao Towns is a new townhouse development in Markham near McCowan Road & 14th Avenue. A total of 96 units are developed by Stateview Homes.
Coming off the success of Phase 1, a new collection release of 76 freehold townhome residences is coming at the corner of 14th Avenue and McCowan Road in Markham.
Every detail of these brilliant homes reflects the careful design and thoughtfulness of a team dedicated to creating the ultimate in design and detailing. Each home is distinctly curated with upscale finishes commensurate with the finest of homes. Ranging from 2,100 to 2,600 sq.ft., these three-storey townhomes include spacious roof top terraces, and open concept plans that are ideal for stylish family living.
A prized Markham location puts Nao Townhome Residences at the epicenter of grand living, just 5 minutes from downtown Unionville, only 2 min south of Hwy. 407, and under 10 min to either Unionville or Miliken GO Station. Here, surrounded by upscale shopping, dining, entertainment and the best schools, the opportunity to live stylishly in a spacious family residence, will soon be available.
Nao Towns Highlights:
- Minutes to Markham GO Station
- Easy access to HWY 401, 407 & 404
- Close to Seneca College – Markham Campus
- Close to Toronto Zoo
- Close to Markville Mall
- Excellent local schools
- Nearby parks include Featherstone Park, Brando Park and Beaupre Park
Top Reasons to Invest in Nao Towns
In the east of Markham, Nao Towns is located at the corner of McCowan Road & 14th Ave in the Vinegar Hill neighbourhood. A charming residential area, bordered by the Rouge River. The name comes from a cider mill on the east side of the river valley. Known for its heritage conservation district, Vinegar Hill is located just south of the historic village of Markham, and has many homes reflecting its rich history.
With beautiful paths along the Rouge River, as well as the Milne Dam Conservation Park nearby, Vinegar hill is centrally located, yet also has an abundance of green spaces and parks to take the family, or simply to enjoy nature.
Just down the road, residents will have access to the extremely convenient Armadale Square, a shopping hub with dozens of outlets, from Canadian Tire, to Staples, Sunny Foodmart, Costco, and more.
A number of schools are within walking distance, from Middlefield Collegiate Institute, to Ellen Fairclough Public School, and a number of others are within a short drive, like Father Michael McGivney Catholic Academy, and ISM Elementary. With so many schools so close by, parents will have a wealth of choice for their children’s education.
Like many of the more northern communities in the GTA, Markham is a gateway to the entire province. Major highways like the 404 and the 407 pass east-to-west through the entire GTA, and link up to highways like the 400, making short travel to Barrie and the Muskoka region.
Highway 407 in particular is just about one minute drive north, and with the upcoming major extension, will provide quick travel to communities like Peterborough by 2020.
Driving into Toronto is easy, but an even more convenient solution lies in Markham’s robust transit infrastructure.
Five stations on the Stouffville GO Train Line are within Markham’s borders, making commutes as central as Union Station in Toronto, simple, and affordable. The TTC also has several stops within the community, like Warden Avenue, Birchmount Road, McCowan Road and Markham Road, making North-South commutes seamless.
Travel within the York Region itself (Aurora, Markham, Newmarket, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, and Whitchurch-Stouffville) is simple too, with York Region Transit providing unparalleled bus service between the region’s many communities.
Markham is set to continue it’s tech-driven expansion into the third decade of the 21st century. The Downtown Markham project is in the beginning stages of rejuvenating a central neighbourhood, laying the foundation for a new urban core with many office buildings and campuses, as well as up to 10,000 new homes, all as part of a master-plan to cut down on urban sprawl, and bring more density to the region.
In these early stages of a new housing boom, it’s helpful to look at the selling prices of pre-construction condominiums, and for Markham, those numbers are encouraging. Currently, Markham homes see prices rising every year, currently sitting around $730 per square foot, with pre-construction condos sitting in the mid $400K range.
The average rental rate is healthy too, usually around $2k, but demand for condos is high, with many young professionals and new families looking for homes near the many Fortune 500 companies headquartered within Markham’s boundaries.
Now is a fantastic time to invest in a home in Markham. The foundation has been laid for a new, refocused, sustainable housing market and business sector, and with countless condominium projects in pre-construction phases, Markham is a neighbourhood on the rise!
- DEVELOPER: Stateview Homes
- ARCHITECT: TBA
- UNITS: 96
- ESTIMATED COMPLETION: TBA
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