Baif Don Head Condos is in the pre-construction phase. Be part of a game-changing development: a meticulously-planned community, the first of its kind in Richmond Hill.
This mixed-use, master-planned development will enhance the town’s identity by continuing growth along the Yonge Street corridor and creating both public and private spaces, connected with landscaped pedestrian corridors.
The site will contain a vibrant mix of both high-rise and low-rise residential buildings, townhomes, live/work studios, retail space and a public square. This new real state development will comprise four blocks centered around a landscaped courtyard, near the southwest corner of Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive.
The northernmost block will house mid-rise buildings with sculpted terraces, while the three southern blocks will house townhomes, retail and high-rise towers set back from Yonge Street. In total, the community will have seven buildings, spanning from nine storeys to 31. This will make for 1,435 luxury suites, with floorplans offering a mix of one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom styles.
This new condo project really is the first of its kind in the neighbourhood. Not only will it be engaging and architecturally compelling, but architectural firm Hariri Pontarini is designing all the towers to use environmentally-sustainable systems, including green roofs and solar panel masts on every balcony.
Location & Neighbourhood
Richmond Hill is a rapidly transforming area and an excellent place to consider investing in. It’s one of the fastest growing municipalities in the GTA, thanks in part to its close proximity to Toronto and the number of major employers in the area.
Richmond Hill offers shopping, dining and entertainment; everything from the convenience of big box stores to the quaint retail strip of Yonge – just north of this condo development – that has the vibe of an old-fashioned main street. Many families and recreation lovers are drawn to the area by the extensive greenbelts and conservation areas that separate housing divisions. Richmond Hill has over 100 parks, 5 golf courses and 18 recreational facilities.
The site of building is in a prime location for transportation. Major north/south corridors are easy to access for those driving into Toronto, and the GO Station is a short walk away, which gets you to Toronto’s Union Station in about 40 minutes.