The 7800 Jane Street Condos located in the heart of one of the Greater Toronto Area’s most exciting communities. These new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre condos represent the area’s continued growth as a place to live, work and play.
Current plans call for 7800 Jane Street to consist of two high-rise condominium towers, which will rise to heights of 50 and 60 storeys, respectively. A 17-storey office building will also be part of the development, and all three structures will be connected at ground level via an 8-storey podium. Amenities for the two residential buildings will be concentrated above the podium in an “amenity pavilion”, while two underground parking levels will also be included.
The 7800 Jane Street Condos are situated perfectly for residents to take advantage of an entirely new urban district-one complete with a long list of shopping and dining options, easy access to popular recreational areas, and one of the region’s key transport nodes. Given the benefits of living in a prime suburban location that is well-connected by transit, these new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre condos are expected to be in high demand.
Location and Neighborhood
Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (VMC) has grown to become one of the Greater Toronto Area’s largest mixed-use and transit-oriented communities, with a wide array of amenities available in the vicinity of 7800 Jane Street:
- A Wal-Mart is within walking distance, while Fortinos and a number of independent grocers are located along Highway 7.
- Other major retailers in the area include IKEA, Lowe’s, Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Winners and Best Buy
- Both Vaughan Mills and Canada’s Wonderland are easily accessible via a short drive or bus ride to the north.
- York University is just minutes to the south, making this a prime location for students and university staff.
The centerpiece of Vaughan Metropolitan Centre-as well as what has made its development possible-is its connection to Toronto’s subway network. Line 1 Yonge-University terminates here, and offers transfers to a variety of express and local bus services. Brampton Transit’s Zum and York Region Transit’s VIVA bus rapid transit networks both serve the area, while a major GO Transit bus facility is located one subway station to the south at the Highway 407 Transitway station. For drivers, Highway 400 and Highway 407 are both easily accessible.
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