Live Central and thrive in the fastest growing tech market and fourth largest tech talent pool in North America. Toronto is the world’s next tech superpower, drawing top multinationals to the downtown core of ‘Silicon Valley North'
Concord Central is the epicentre of this hi-tech live/work trend, featuring innovative amenities and cutting-edge convenience for your career lifestyle. This is living in the future.
We are proud to introduce Concord’s newest project, CENTRAL, the latest tech development in downtown Toronto. This 52-storey building features high-tech residential amenities, such as 100% WiFi connectivity, state-of-the-art conference rooms, 100% EV parking, and refrigerated parcel storage. Located within Toronto’s tech hub, with everything from entertainment, transit, shopping to dining at your doorstep, Central is the centre of future living.
• Studio – From the low $400,000’s
• 1 Bedroom – From the low $500,000’s
• 1 Bed + Den – From the mid $600,000’s
• 2 Bedrooms – From the high $600,000’s
• 3 Bedrooms – From the high $800,000’s
Tentative Occupancy: 2022
Deposit Structure: 5% on signing, 5% in 120 days, 5% in 210 days, 5% in 400 days, 5% in Interim Closing
Taxes: Estimated at 1% of purchase price
UPON PURCHASE, GET:
• $3,000 Closing credit on any 1 Bedroom Suites
• $5,000 Closing credit on any 2 Bedroom Suites
• $10,000 Closing credit on any 3 Bedroom Suites
Concord Pacific Developments Inc. was formed in 1987 to develop Concord Pacific Place on the former Expo Lands in downtown Vancouver. In the late 90’s, the group merged with the publicly listed Burcon Group, which controlled Oxford Properties that owned one of the largest office and retail portfolios in Canada. In the early 2000’s, Concord Pacific became a separate public company and was subsequently privatized. Concord Pacific is now a private company active in the residential and commercial real estate investment and development business.
Over the past 25 years, the Concord Group of companies has also grown into other industry sectors including software and information technology, telecommunications, as well as green energy projects in solar, wind and hydroelectric power generation.