Niagara Falls Condos is another condo improvement in the pre-development, situated at Portage Road & Huggins Street, Niagara Falls, ON.
The city of Niagara Falls is getting a new mixed-use development. As more individuals take advantage of this burgeoning urban corridor, additional residential complexes are springing up in this area.
Impressions Group’s Niagara Falls Condos is a new 12-story mixed-use condominium complex in Niagara Falls.
Portage Road and Huggins Street are the addresses for this pre-construction condo.
On the ground floor, there will be retail space. However the building will have a contemporary architectural design with commercial interiors.
Although the exact number of residential apartments is still to be established. We can expect this building to include private balconies and massive floor-to-ceiling windows. This will let in as much natural light as possible.
Amenities of Niagara Falls Condos
Niagara Falls Condos will deliver stylish living apartments to this rapidly expanding area. According to architectural renderings, this complex would feature two mid-level buildings. The first of which will rise to a height of 12 stories. On the ground floor, there will be shop space. In addition to this provide residents with handy urban amenities within their own building.
This project will have a blend of red brick, neutral brown tones that wrap around the structure, white panelling, big floor-to-ceiling windows, and spacious private balconies in a contemporary architectural design.
Not established the exact number of residential apartments is . We can anticipate big, open-concept suites with contemporary features and finishes. This building will also provide valuable shared indoor and outdoor amenities, one of which will be an expansive terrace on the third storey that will provide inhabitants with a view of the cityscape.
Stay tuned as we add more information about this development to this page as it becomes available.
Location of Niagara Falls Condos
The Niagara Falls Condos will be located in the heart of the city of Niagara Falls. This region is a tourist hotspot, with a plethora of lively restaurants, shopping, nightlife, big-box retailers, local schools, and recreational opportunities. Residents will also benefit from being only a few minutes away from the falls, which are one of the country’s most popular tourist attractions.
Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum, Adventure City, Bird Kingdom, Butterfly Conservatory, Fort Erie Racetrack, Louis Tussaud’s Waxwork, Niagara Skywheel, and the Greg Frewin Theatre are just a few of the many family-friendly activities in the area.
This project will also be near to the much-anticipated Paradise Walk development, a 484-acre mixed-use commercial attraction with an amusement park, fine dining restaurants, entertainment, retail stores, boutique shops, spas, salons, health and fitness centres, condominiums, and a boutique hotel. Paradise Walk will be the first of its sort in Canada, and investors will find that their property’s value will skyrocket as a result of this tourist attraction.
Number of schools surrounds this development. This will including St. Gabriel Lalemant Elementary Catholic School, A.N. Myer Secondary School, Martha Cullimore Public School, Victoria Public School, St. Mary Catholic Elementary School, Valley Way Public School, and Stamford Collegiate Institute, making it an ideal location for families.
With the Queen Elizabeth Parkway just west of this development, getting around in this neighbourhood will be a breeze. Residents will be able to rapidly connect to the Niagara GO Train in addition to this important highway. This station is on the Lakeshore West Line and is now undergoing an extension project. Meanwhile, this will increase the frequency of service from Niagara Falls to Downtown Toronto in both directions.
Many notable monuments and schools in the vicinity will be easily accessible by this transit line. In addition to Niagara College, Brock University, Niagara On The Lake, and McMaster University. Increasing transit in this region critical, and it quickly becomes a top concern since the population is predicted to grow by 36% by 2041. In addition, there will be a 30% increase in travel demand.
Price ($):Coming Soon