UNIVERSAL CITY CONDOS
Introducing: “UNIVERSAL CITY CONDOS” located at “SandyBeach Drive & Baylyn“ in the Pickering
Team Diamond Realty will have exclusive access to units, prices, floor plans at VIP Sale rates and times.
UNIVERSAL CITY CONDOS FEATURES
- Next to Pickering GO Station
- Minutes from Pickering Town Centre
- Convenient access to Hwy 401, 412, 407 and 404
- Stunning Lake Views
- Less than 35 minutes to Union Station and Pearson Airport
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UNIVERSAL CONDOS OVERVIEW
Pickering’s newest and biggest multiphase development is on it’s way, coming in early 2018. Located within walking distance to the Pickering GO station in South Downtown Pickering and minutes from shopping, Lake Ontario, beaches, trails and the 401.
Universal City is a new condo project by Chestnut Hill Developments and is currently in pre- construction. Universal will be located at Bayly Street and Liverpool Road in Pickering.
- Universal City is the first phase of Pickering’s newest multiphase development – coming this spring!
- Location:Liverpool and Bayly – 2 min from HWY 401, 35 min to Pearson Airport, 5 min to Frenchman’s Bay and access to waterfront trails
- Transit: Steps to the GO and 35 min ride to Union – making for an easy and convenient commute to downtown
- Rentability:Significantly higher appreciation on rental rates than other GTA markets. 1 beds appreciating at an average of 4.5% per annum and 2 beds at 10.9% per annum (TREB)
- Price:Low price points in comparison to other GTA markets
- Growth Potential:Pickering Bay Ridge neighbourhood saw 32% growth in 2016 (TREB)
UNIVERSAL CITY CONDOS BRING YOU IN THE HEART OF THE ACTION.
Pickering’s Frenchman’s Bay allure is proving irresistible for lake-lovers
Head for the water and the protected bay via kayak or canoe; try the newest core-strengthening workout on a paddleboard. Or pack a baguette and brie, hoist the sails and head out on to the open lake towards Toronto or beyond.
Prefer terra firma? Stroll, run or cycle the lakefront trails, where cotton candy pink sunrises and crimson sunsets appear with wonderful regularity.
Dig your toes into the sand along almost 3 kms of sandy beaches. Or, opt for a waterside seat at one of the many cafes and eateries and just soak inthe spectacular view.
And then there’s the nearby nautical village. Here, postcard-worthy streets are lined with quaint boutiques for urbanistas to work-out their credit cards at a big-city pace. Enjoy musical entertainment at Millennium Square, or settle back in one the area’s many fine dining establishments and bask over the day’s bounty.
With all these offerings, living in Frenchman’s Bay has experienced a huge surge in demand. Happily, a first phase Universal City, will soon present opportunities for more serenity seekers to call the area home.
Planes, trains and automobiles, oh my! Univeral City puts them all wonderfully nearby.
Everyone knows that connections are key in the business world. But they’re also key in the real estate world. After all, it’s one thing to live somewhere fab. But reality is, eventually you’ll want to go somewhere. And that’s when connectivity comes into play.
Enter Pickering, a destination where you can most definitely have your cake and eat it too
Choose to call the thriving metropolis of Pickering home, and you’ll enjoy the best of both worlds: affordable living with big city offerings PLUS ultra connectivity to get anywhere and everywhere. Quickly and easy.
Those venturing off to far-flung destinations (or those who simply prefer airtime to drive time) will want to take to the skies from a nearby airport. But which one? In June 2013, the Federal Government announced plans to build a new international airport in the area, positioning Pickering and Durham Region as a major transportation hub. (source cbc.ca).
For now, just 45 minutes along highway 401 can get you to Pearson International Airport. For those staying closer to home, Oshawa Municipal and Buttonville Airports are also nearby.
Driving west into the T Dot (25 mins away!), the Niagara region, or East towards Montreal? Head up Bayly to Brock St and enjoy easy access to Highway 401 or more leisurely Highway 2. And for points north, Highway 407 and Highways 7 are also just moments away.
For commuters, there’s the convenient Pickering GO and Durham Region Transit stations nearby – complete with enclosed pedestrian bridge to get you over the 401.
Another civilized option: board Via Rail in Oshawa and Guildwood. Make use of the free wifi, order an amuse bouche (if you’re going somewhere of considerable distance) and marvel at how having the right connections really can get you places in style.