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Hullmark Centre in North York by Tridel

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The Hullmark Centre is a new condominum tower located at the intersection of Yonge and Sheppard. The builder Tridel, is one of Toronto’s largest and most reputable builders. With this project, Tridel is going to set a new benchmark for the entire neighbourhood. It will be the tallest, most prestigious building in North York with residential units, office components and premium retail fronting onto a public plaza with exterior LCD screens.

One of the most exciting and convenient feature is the Whole Foods Market which will be located on the main level in between the lobbies of the two towers. Storefront retail units will be facing Yonge Street and Anndale Drive.

An abundance of amenities are available in the Hullmark Centre Club. Some of the amenities are swimming pool, cabana, whirlpool, hot tub, sun deck, billiards room, media room, theatre, party room with kitchen, fitness centre, fitness studios, fireplace lounge, outdoor garden, boardroom, cards room and outdoor dining area.

There are the Standard Suites and Signature Collection Suites.

When compared to other condominiums in the area, the Standard Suites are already quite upgraded. They feature 9′ ceilings, engineered laminate floors, European built-in appliances, granite counters and backsplash and central building water filtration system.

The Signature Collection Suites adds 10′ ceilings, upgraded built-in appliances and a kitchen island providing more storage.

Tentative Occupancy is Summer 2012.

1 Bedroom units start at $289,000
2 Bedroom units start at $418,000
Signature Collection units 2 Bedroom + Den starts at $712,000


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Author: Kirby Chan

I am a Real Estate Sales Representative servicing the Greater Toronto Area.

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