Saving money while saving the environment comes together in this new and pre-construction condominium that claims to have the lowest fees in Canada. GreenLife Midtown Markham Condos will rise at Kennedy Road, Markham, a structure that is built with the newest green innovations for the conservation of the environment.
GreenLife Midtown Markham Condos takes pride of the environment-friendly technology the developer has incorporated in building the condominium. It also boasts of contemporary yet green design. The community aims to take energy saving to the next level and provide innovative ways to help solve one of the most neglected issues nowadays. Because of the technology used in the community, utilities will be lower compared to other condominiums’ fees.
Location & Accessibility
Surrounding the area around GreenLife Midtown Markham Condo is open spaces which residents can go to for a short walk. Lincoln Park, Central Park, Milliken Park, and Berczy South Park are some of the nearby parks. Schools close to the neighborhood are the William Berczy Public School, Pierre Elliott Trudeau High School, St. Matthew Catholic Elementary School, and Central Park Public School.
GreenLife Midtown Markham Condo residents can also go to some of the recreational areas near the community. These are Markham Green Golf and Country Club, Angus Glen Golf Club, and Cresthaven Golf Course. They can also visit the Markham Public Library and Cineplex Odeon First. Markham Town Square, Metro Square Mall, First Markham Place, and Pacific Mall are just minutes away.
GreenLife Midtown Markham Condos will have six stories and 65 units, with each suite ranging from 683 to 1302 square feet, and six floor plans total. These units were remarkably priced at approximately $383 per square foot at the Launch. All units are now sold out and resale suites are available on the resale market.
GreenLife Midtown Markham Condos are developed by Del Ridge Homes Inc. Some of their works include the Appleby Woods Condominiums at Burlington, Ellington Park and Prentice Palace both in Markham, and Centennial Forest Heights and Drury Park both at Milton.