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Townhome Project Summary
Now is the time to invest in a suburban community in an up and coming city. This is a community of homes bound to attract a variety of lifestyles, especially families.
Woodside Community is a multi-phase townhome and single family development in a charismatic suburb of the bustling Niagara Falls neighbourhood. Located minutes from The Falls, the Mountainview Homes project is the perfect addition to the emerging city. It will stand at Drummond Rd and Oldfield Rd.
This newest phase in the ambitious project is bringing more townhomes to the quaint suburban neighbourhood, making it the perfect chance to invest in the region.
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The new -- and third -- phase of this development will include a community of modern townhomes. The project will include 40 units, all of which are three and four bedroom townhouse suites that are either 1,300 or 1,831 square feet. Outdoor visitor's parking is also available on the premises.
The first phase of the community included 64 units comprised of townhomes and single family homes on Drummond Road. The units range from 1,148 to 3,263 square feet, with the lots spanning 32-ft, 40-ft and 50-ft.
The second phase also involved a community of townhouse and single family homes at Drummond Road. Like the phase before it, it included 32-ft, 40-ft and 50-ft lots, ranging 1,148 to 3,263 square feet.
The community of homes are unified by their charming aesthetic, blending materials like red and brown bricks with chestnut brown accents. These exteriors make for a quaint but contemporary community of homes in an up and coming region.
Location & Neighbourhood
The Niagara region is perfect for business professionals with frequent work in the United States, as the border is conveniently located nearby. Business professionals similarly choose to establish roots in the area to commute to other job-centric areas within the city like St. Catherines and Welland. Welland, for one, is getting a new General Electric plant that promises to create a variety of jobs. The Niagara GO station will be conveniently located for professionals to commute into Toronto’s downtown core for job opportunities. Many professionals may also opt to travel to hubs like Hamilton and Toronto for work, due to proximity to the QEW & Highway 406.
Although Toronto’s job opportunities will be accessible, residents won’t need to look that far for career options. After all, the Niagara GO Station and 2021 Canada Summer Games ensure the creation of many jobs in the area -- in fact, Niagara is projected to create 20,000 new jobs by 2021. It comes as little surprise due to its unemployment rate of 5.2% --Niagara’s lowest in 18 years.
More and more are flocking to the neighbourhood, and the proof is in Niagara’s rising population -- its population in 2016 totaled 447,88, a promising increase from the 431,346 people living in the city in 2011.
Families thinking long term will recognize the value in this affordable area where the average home price is $450,000 -- investors and end buyers will both want to compare that to Toronto’s average price of $1,000,000.
Additionally, there are plentiful elementary and secondary schools nearby. Thinking ahead, families establishing roots in the area will also benefit from having post secondary nearby like Niagara College, Sheridan College and Brock University, that will make it easy for university students to save money by staying at home. These universities are also quite substantial in size and scope -- Brock for one boasts a student population of over 18,000, with seven faculties and over 95,000 graduates.
Located minutes from The Falls, you can’t get more central in the Niagara Region than this development. With so much tourism in this area of the city due to the scenic falls, the entertainment in the area is plentiful. For one, the bustling Clifton Hill strip includes the well known Fallsview Casino and other attractions like Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and Madame Tussauds.
The charming Niagara-On-The-Lake is also a brief 25 minute drive away from Niagara Falls, making for the perfect weekend destination. This area is well known for its quaint strip with restaurants and theatres. It is widely regarded for its Shaw Festival which brings many shows to the town. Wineries and spas are also popular in the neighbourhood.
Needless to say, there is a lot of entertainment and job opportunity in this burgeoning suburb, This townhome community is the perfect time to invest in this city that is continually attracting more and more families looking to establish roots and engage in a harmonious community.
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Mountainview Homes’ prominent in Southern Ontario is evident in its nickname of “Citizen of Niagara.” They are undeniably the largest home developer in the region, having set roots in the region in the 1980s. Creation in 1979, the developer has years of experience under their belt, and have spent most of those years building up the under-utilized city of Niagara. They have played a significant role in the development of the region by developing various homes and master-planned communities in its neighbourhoods.
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