Pickering City Centre Condos is a New Condo development by CentreCourt Developments Inc. located at Kingston Rd & Liverpool Rd, Pickering.
The Pickering City Centre Condos represents an extraordinary and ambitious vision for a pre-construction master-planned community. It aims to transform downtown Pickering into a cohesive and pedestrian-friendly neighborhood, seamlessly integrating municipal infrastructure, retail services, and residential development. This project seeks to establish downtown Pickering as a dynamic and captivating destination for both local residents and visitors from other areas.
The Pickering City Centre Condos will feature three residential towers, along with a planned hotel, arts centre, outdoor ice rink, combined senior and youth centre, and an expanded central library. This development complex is strategically located in Pickering's city centre, which holds provincial recognition as an Urban Growth Centre and Mobility Hub. With its excellent transportation links and abundant retail options, downtown Pickering is an ideal location for residential intensification.
Residents of the condos will enjoy the convenience of having the Pickering Town Centre right at their doorstep. This bustling shopping mall boasts over 200 stores, including popular brands like Winners/Homesense, Saks Fifth Avenue, H&M, and Hudson's Bay. Other nearby retail stores include Canadian Tire, Walmart, and Home Depot, while grocery options include Loblaws and Pacific Fresh Food Market.
Families will appreciate the proximity to esteemed educational institutions such as Glengrove Public School, Vaughan Willard Public School, and Bayview Heights Public School. Additionally, Centennial College's campus is situated at the southern end of the mall, just a 7-minute walk away.
The location of the condos is highly walkable, with a top Walk Score of 89, indicating that most errands can be accomplished on foot. A short 12-minute walk leads to the Pickering GO Train Station, providing convenient access to downtown Toronto in under an hour. The Pickering Parkway Terminal, located at the southern end of the PTC, serves as a regional transportation hub, offering Durham Region Transit bus routes to areas north of Pickering Parkway. Local bus stops are also conveniently located throughout the neighborhood.
For motorists, the location provides easy access to major highways. Highway 401 can be reached in just 5 minutes by car, while Highway 407 is a mere 14-minute drive away. Under favorable conditions, downtown Toronto is a little over 30 minutes away by car.
CentreCourt Developments focuses its projects in areas that offer residents many amenities, transit, and employment options. They strive to be one of the premier developers in and around Toronto by offering the highest of standards with all their projects. They have the insider's line on building investor-friendly, well-designed units.