This new condo project is ushering in an exciting future in historic, small-town Ontario.
15314 Yonge Street Condos is a new mid-rise condominium development in Aurora. This 6 storey pre-construction condo project with 136 modern suites is located at 15314 Yonge St, on the southwest corner of Yonge St and Irwin Ave just minutes from the Aurora GO Station.
This single-building residential complex with impeccable interiors present an ideal opportunity for a relaxed, intimate pace of living.
15314 Yonge Street Condos greet the street with a stunning geometric design featuring squares in shades of gray and white coupled with a rising glass exterior reflecting the sky. The result is an eye-catching architectural statement that provides an invigorating contrast to this development’s surroundings.
Step-backs on multiple levels allow for a tiered look with outdoor rooftop terraces full of greenery. A dynamic ‘L-shaped’ design orients the building to both Yonge and Irwin street frontages for maximum visual appeal.
Residents can enter the main lobby from Yonge Street. Those living in ground-floor units enjoy independent, streetside access to their residences from this vantage point.
Numerous spaces in this condo project offer a glimpse of tranquility on private balconies, open-air terraces and patios. These are the perfect spots to catch a peaceful moment or celebrate life’s many pleasures with family and friends.
Of particular note is an expansive outdoor amenity space at the rear of the condo development that invites relaxation and repose with tables and seating encompassed by leading landscaping.
Residents can also benefit from shared indoor amenity space that will most likely bring a fitness centre or a party room.
Two levels of underground parking are on-site, and additional surface parking is available. Bicycle parking is also available with 28 spots.
As a visually striking contemporary condo development, this project will surely attract attention as Aurora evolves.
Location & Neighbourhood
Aurora is a picturesque town filled with character located north of Highway 7, nestled between highways 400 and 404. Newmarket is immediately to the north, and Richmond Hill is to the south. This area is home to approximately 65,000 people and is known for being one of Canada’s wealthiest communities and full of historical sentiment.
Visitors needn’t go far to find evidence of the past lining the town’s main streets via large heritage buildings flanking the sidewalks in style.
This area embraces and preserves its past so well that, in 2008, Aurora was awarded the Prince of Wales Prize for Municipal Heritage Leadership.
By 2051, the Town of Aurora is projected to increase its population to 84,900 residents, marking a significant expansion. Real estate investors acting early stand to reap the most significant rewards.
Those seeking a family-friendly atmosphere abounding with culture will find it here. Numerous special events are organized year-round, including Aurora’s Arctic Adventure with ice carving, winter games, snow tubing, and more. Locals can also indulge in culinary delights from local restaurants throughout Auroralicious, and take in the year’s exciting acts at the Aurora Performing Arts Festival, an artistic stage competition for kids and youth.