About the project
Murals Condominium is a new Condo development by Forest Green Homes located at 4585 Highway 7, Vaughan, ON.
The Murals Condominiums are a brand-new Forest Green Homes construction in the Canadian city of Vaughan. Two towers with a combined height of 372 units each, measuring 10 and 12 stories, respectively, will make up the project. The development will offer a variety of floor plans ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom suites.
Reasons to Buy
Location: The development is located in the heart of the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, providing easy access to transit, highways, shopping, dining, and entertainment options.
Design: The building boasts a unique and striking architectural design, with the exterior featuring a stunning mural by a renowned Canadian artist. The interior of the units is also modern and elegant, with high-end furnishings and a number of layout possibilities.
A fitness centre, party room, outdoor terrace, and other features are available to residents of the Murals condominium to improve their quality of life.
Quality and reputation: Forest Green Homes is an established and reputable developer with a track record of delivering quality projects. Buyers can have confidence in the build quality and long-term value of their investment.
Investment potential: The Vaughan Metropolitan Centre is a developing area with several significant projects and investments scheduled for the future. Investing in Murals condominium could offer a strong potential for appreciation and return on investment.
Deposit Structure: 15% Deposit
- Property ID 13757
- Price $400,000
- Property Type Pre Construction Condos
- Property status All, Move in 2025
- Label Coming Soon
- Number of storeys 126
- Number of units 14
- Country: Canada
- Province / State: Ontario
- City / Town: Vaughan Condos & Townhomes
- Neighborhood: Woodbridge
- Postal code / ZIP: L4L 9T8
About the Builder
Founder Sam Frustaglio established Forest Green Homes with the knowledge and expertise needed to build quality and beautiful homes, and has been doing so in the Toronto area since the 1950s. Since then, his two sons, Michael and Louis Frustaglio, have carried on this family tradition for over the past 35 years. Together they have built over 2500 homes in some of the Greater To ...