CG Tower – EXPO Phase 5 in Vaughan
CG Tower in Vaughan
CG Tower by Cortel Group the newest condominium coming soon to Vaughan in the northeastern corner of Highway 7 and Jane Street! The tower will be a landmark residential building with its unique architecture and style located next to Cortel Group’s Expo City and Nord Condos in the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre. Overlooking the beautiful, lush sights of the new Edgeley Park, this brilliantly designed building will reside in the heart of Vaughan’s master-planned community which you could live-work-and-play.
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Project Name: CG Tower
Location: TBD (Northeast corner of Highway 7 and Jane Street)
Developer: Cortel Group
Architect: Quadrangle Architects
Occupancy: TBD (Anticipated for 2022)
Red Brick Cladding Exterior, Greenery on Terraces, Overlooking the new Edgeley Park.
It is entirely feasible to get to all your destinations from CG Tower without having to use a car. Take advantage of the newly built Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (5-minute walk) and get connected to TTC’s Yonge subway line. From there, riders will reach Toronto’s downtown core at Union Station – all within 45 minutes! CG Tower is also serviced by VIVA rapid transit and local YRT buses which enables residents to reach all parts of the Greater Toronto Area. When driving is necessary, Highway 7 allows for easy connection to Highway 400 and 407 ETR which you can get to within minutes.
The new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station gives instant access to the subway linking you to Toronto’s TTC Subway Spadina line, connecting you to almost anywhere in the Greater Toronto Area. Travel hassle-free to Toronto’s downtown Financial District via subway in less than 45 minutes. In addition, the YRT/VIVA Rapid Transit Service and local buses are just steps away for CG Tower!
The master-planned urban core, Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, spans nearly 442 acres of land which includes 1.5 million square feet of office space and 750,000 square feet of retail space. Accordingly, retailers such as IKEA, Lowe’s, Walmart, Costco, Toys “R” Us, Best Buy, LCBO, Canadian Tire, and more have situated themselves within this impressive urban epicentre. This revolutionary development brings the best of dining, recreation and entertainment. Nearby Dave & Buster’s and Cineplex Cinemas Vaughan are just some of the options to choose for a fun night out! Food options near CG Tower are endless with Panera Bread, Moxie’s, Jack Astor’s, Scaddabush Italian Kitchen & Bar, Symposium Café Restaurant & Lounge and more all close by.
• 5-minute walk from the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station which connects you to basically anywhere in the GTA
• Steps from access to the YRT/Viva Rapid Transit Service
• 3-minute drive to a Walmart Supercentre and IKEA
• 6-minute drive to RioCan Colossus Centre which includes Cineplex Cinemas, Bed Bath & Beyond, Costco, and much more.
• 6-minute drive to SmartCentre plaza which includes LCBO, Home Depot, Shoppers Drug Mart, and much more.
• Quick access to Highway 407-ETR and Highway 400
One of Canada’s largest higher learning institutions, York University, is only a 7-minute subway ride from the VMC subway station. Plenty of elementary and high schools populate the neighbourhood such as Saint Catherine of Siena Catholic Elementary School, Glen Shields Public School, Julliard Public School, Maple Creek Public School, Father John Kelley Catholic Elementary School, and Maple High School.
The Cortel Group doesn’t just build houses. They create what they call complete communities: outstanding, livable neighbourhoods with the recreation, green space, shopping, services and transportation we all need. Somewhere you and your family can easily and happily grow, now and into the future.
The Cortel Group is responsible to the environment. That’s why they use the latest technology, along with sustainable materials and practices, to help them build innovative communities that respect nature. Partners like the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA), Greenland Group of Companies and the University of Guelph help them leave as little a footprint as possible. Together, they work towards flood reduction and nutrient load elimination from uncontrolled headwater areas, creek rehabilitation and pond management. They’re also involved in the preservation of natural heritage sites. While they look towards the future, it’s important to them to respect the history.
According to the Cortel Group, a collection of buildings doesn’t make a community – it’s the people that help it grow that really matter. That’s why they give to local charities and organizations that make it their job to give back. Their dedication to these beliefs has earned them a first-rate reputation in the industry, and among the people who live in their communities.