The Met, an upcoming project located in Vaughan’s city centre, sold 300 of its 511 units during its first week on the market.
The project, a joint effort from Plaza and Berkley Developments and designed by Quadrangle Architects, is located at Highway 7 and Jane Street. The location allows access to two stops on the TTC subway extension, providing a direct connection to York University and downtown Toronto.
The 35-storey project offers suites that range from 510 to 875 square feet, with prices starting from $286,000, which is about $100 cheaper per square foot than a comparable suite in downtown Toronto. The project will also feature 62 townhomes, sized from 1,250 to 1,490 square feet, featuring private rooftop terraces and underground parking.
The suites will feature kitchens with quartz countertops, Moen faucets and six stainless steel appliances, while bathrooms will feature ceramic or porcelain tile, soaker tubs and glass-walled showers. Most units in the building will feature balconies.
The Met also offers amenities such as a fitness centre complete with whirlpool and spa, party room, dining room and catering kitchen. It also offers residents use of an outdoor lounge with barbecues and a 24-hour concierge.
Before The Met, Plaza, a condo development firm, had worked on such projects as 50 at Wellesley Station, Exhibit, No. 1 Yorkville, Musee, Ivory on Adelaide and York Harbour Club. Working with Plaza on The Met is Berkley Developments, a luxury building firm that has worked on such projects as Massey Square, West Harbour City, University Plaza and Bayview Court.