Updated: Sep 19, 2019
Just north of Toronto, a new neighbourhood in Vaughan Metropolitan Centre rises. Welcome to Mobilio, situated at the epicentre of connectivity, convenience and innovation, and only steps away from the subway.
Mobilio is an extension of your home, routine and lifestyle surrounded by worId-class restaurants, one-of-a-kind retail experiences, and a genuinely welcoming community.
1st Phase of a 400-acres master planned community.
Located in the heart of the brand new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre.
Steps to the Brand New Subway station that will connect you to Downtown Toronto.
5 minutes to YORK UNIVERSITY
15 minutes to Yorkdale Mall
43 minutes to Union Station
Easy Access to HWY 7/ 400/ 407
Nearby parks include Belairway Park and Joey Panetta Park
High-quality Employment Opportunity & Employers: KPMG, PWC, VIVA, TTC, Miller Thomson, GFL, BUCA, TD, BMO, MARC ANTHONY TRUE PROFESSIONAL, Pumpernickels
Multi-Billion Dollar re-development of a brand new downtown that will include new office towers, hotels, entertainment district, convention centres and much much more.
Incredible opportunity to invest in an emerging downtown before it is developed.
Reasons to invest in Mobilio Condos
Mobilio Condos offers a wonderful opportunity to invest in a budding downtown Vaughan before it is developed. A multi-billion dollar re-development of a new town centre is planned and will include brand new office high-rise buildings, hotels, convention centres, entertainment district, etc.
A 7-minute Subway ride can now get students and faculty to the York University Campus – which is an upgrade from a 40-minute bus ride, thanks to the Finch West Subway Extension to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre. This concept of convenience has now ignited a fresh wave of home buying interest in the area. Close to 60% of the ridership of the Finch West Subway extension is actually using the Campus-centric stations. Since both students and educational professionals are no longer restricted to either student housing or Toronto’s rental market, they now consider Vaughan and the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre as the first option for convenience-centric housing.