Coming soon to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre: Mobilia – a new collection of condo apartments and townhomes by Menkes.
The draft plan application for this development proposes two 15-storey residential condo towers and one 9-storey residential condo. The two taller buildings will also include grade-level retail space. In addition to the condo towers, the plan proposes 22 townhouse blocks that will consist of a combination of stacked townhomes, back-to-back townhomes and traditional townhomes. In total, these buildings will provide 993 residential units at Mobilio.
Mobilio sits to the south of Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, alongside a large retail area that includes major names like Ikea, Boston Pizza, Dave & Buster’s, and GoodLife, as well as two Marriott hotels. It’s an area that has seen predominantly retail and commercial activity but that is all changing thanks to the plans for Vaughan Metropolitan Centre. A n umber of popular condo developments are already under way and more are launching soon. It means the area looks set to fulfill its potential as a bustling new downtown for the City of Vaughan
If you’re driving, you couldn’t ask for better links to major routes. Highway 400 and the 407 ETR are both just minutes away form Mobilio and easy to reach. Transit riders also have great options here: with the dedicated bus lanes along Highway 7 almost complete and the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre subway station offering a service to downtown Toronto in a little over 40 minutes. As the new northernmost terminus on the line 1 of Toronto’s subway system, the VMC station is perfect for commuters and is making VMC are desirable area for buuyers.