8188 Yonge Condos, A new exciting project is being proposed to the GTA’s Vaughan region. A beautiful new 12-storey building, co-developed by Trulife Developments and Constantine Enterprises Inc will rise at the southwest corner of Yonge Street and Uplands Avenue. This luxury mid-rise project is in the pre-construction phase, and has a tentative occupancy date of Fall 2023.
Vaughan is going through a period of growth and redevelopment. With the launch of the new Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and other projects in the area, condominium development is increasing in the last decade. 8188 Yonge Street Condos will be only 10 minutes by car away from the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, the new downtown core of the area. The Metropolitan Centre will have over 440 acres of office towers, condos, parks, shops and hotels, employing 36,000 people, including residents who’s commutes will be only minutes. All of this will be connected by both walkways and cycle paths. A bold new vision for Vaughan, this exciting project will be an epicenter for the entire area, and one end point of the TTC subway Yonge-University line
Transportation within the city and to it’s neighbouring municipalities within the York Region is simple and affordable, with the aptly named York Region Transit (YRT) and thanks to the TTC Line 1 Yonge-University line, residents will have an easy 40 minute ride to Union Station in the heart of Toronto, just by hopping onto the subway from Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station – the only TTC subway stop outside of Toronto itself. Transit for 8188 will only continue to get better thanks to a new agreement with York Region for an extension to the Yonge Line 1 Subway line. The northward extension beyond Finch would bring subway service up as far as Richmond Hill, and would result in a subway station just a five minute walk away from 8188. Commuters can also take advantage of the GO Transit Barrie line, which has stops at Rutherford Station and Maple Station. The line runs from Barrie in the north to Union station.
Fitness Centre Entertainment Lounge & Kitchen
Children’s Play Area
6th Floor Entertainment Lounge
6th Floor Wrap Around Terrace
Co-Work Space with private vestibule and board room
Park & Green Space
Lounges with BBQ’s
Yoga & Exercise Space
Children’s Play Area
Sun Deck with Cabanas
8188 Yonge Condos Highlight
- 5 Min Walk to Yonge-Extension Subway Stops - 2,000 Commuter Parking Spaces at Langstaff / Longbridge - 3 min Commute to Richmond Hill - Langstaff / Longbridge and Royal Orchard Stops - Viva Line at Doorstep - Mins to Highway 407 & 404
Trulife Developments is a home developer based in Markham founded on the idea that buyers shouldn’t have to compromise when choosing a home. In their construction projects, Trulife strives to define the very concept of comfort and luxury within the GTA housing market, while also ensuring that their homes are attainable, affordable or both. Priding themselves on building sustainable relationships with their partners, Trulife believes that those relationships are the key to their success across the GTA. Approaching each project knowing that it is special, and focusing on remaining honest with both clients and partners, Trulife has comprised a team of highly skilled professionals with a worldwide point of view, applying their unique vantage point to every project. While based in the GTA, Trulife is spreading across southern Ontario, spreading their values of honesty, sustainability, and attainability to projects in many different communities. Constantine Enterprises Inc. meanwhile, is a private real estate fund. Since 2013, it has been dedicated to acquiring and managing properties of the highest quality in Canada as well as internationally. Constantine has grown quite a bit since it’s inception last decade, but focuses on creating nimble business models so as to remain nimble, and adapt to the changing marketplace. With urban office buildings, condos and apartment buildings, and even resorts and hotels in their global property portfolio, Constantine has a geographic focus that spreads across the globe.