This spring Cityzen is very busy with our latest acquisition, the Clarion Hotel, so I'll make this update swift.
154 Front is still in its approval process. Call us at 416-777-2489 x 225 if you want to be added to the pre-registration list. We hope to go to market with this project late this summer or early fall.
At L Tower, construction is well under way and the building is pretty much sold out. Our Waterfront project at Cherry Street continues to move along in the approval process, and if all goes smoothly, we'll release the first phase as early as next year.
Other things to look forward to in the warmer months include Widdicombe and Eglinton. We hope to launch the first phase of towns this summer. The third phase of Pier 27 looks like a summer launch but we haven't confirmed any dates yet. The sales centre with the model suite should be ready by the end of May or June.
In the meantime, I'm training for the 10th anniversary of Granfondo Italia on October 13 with about 60 other cyclists from Toronto. It's a semi-competitive ride of 150 kilometres through the region of Maranello. The money raised will go towards the construction of the new Humber River Regional Hospital.
I’m training three to four times a week with my group. During the course of a week, I usually cycle about 250 kilometres. I start in Kleinburg and cycle into Caledon and Hockley Valley. I'm also doing the Ride to Conquer Cancer with my son, Domenic. More info on that next week.
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