High Point Urban Towns | Richmond Hill

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Highpoint Urban Towns is an all-new townhomes and detached single-family residences project nestled at 60 Arnold Crescent, in Richmond Hill. This stylish project by Laurie Homes is currently in pre-construction phase.


Project: High Point Urban Towns | Richmond Hill
Price: TBA
Completion: 2022
Storey: 5
Units: 88
Developer: aurie Homes
Address: 60 Arnold Crescent Richmond Hill, ON L4C 3R5

High Point Urban Towns | Richmond Hill

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Highpoint Urban Towns will sit on 2.77 acres of land, and will have a total of 94 homes that will comprise 88 townhomes plus 6 semi-detached homes, which will be 4 to 5 storeys tall. Units will vary in sizes between 950 sq. ft. and 1,250 sq. ft.

These homes will perfectly suit the needs of young professionals, retirees, and families with young children alike.

Construction is scheduled to start in winter/spring 2020, with the anticipated completion date set for 2022.


High Point Urban Highlights

  • Located within steps of Yonge Street in Richmond Hill downtown core
  • Has a 69/100 Walk Score, 53/100 Transit Score, and 54/100 Bike Score
  • Near many public transit options
  • 10-minute walk to Richmond GO Station
  • Close to great shopping, eateries, recreational and entertainment options
  • Near schools
  • In proximity to parks including Town Park, Richmond Hill, Mill Pond Park, Pioneer Park and Mount Pleasant Park

Transit Options

Whether travelling by public or private means, getting around is convenient. The Richmond Hill GO station is located just a very short walk away, and Highway 404 and Highway 407 only moments’ drive away.

York Region Transit (YRT) runs a matchless bus service across the whole of GTA’s northern region, providing easy connections to several places including Vaughan, Aurora, as well as Markham, Newmarket, Whitchurch-Stouffville, with easy and convenient connections to the TTC line. Plans are underway to extend the primary subway lines to the Yonge & Highway 7 intersection at the southern border of the region.

Location & Neighbourhood

High Point Urban Towns is centrally located very close to the Major Mackenzie Drive East & Yonge Street in Richmond Hill. This is a great location, a warm, family-friendly neighbourhood with a perfect blend of amenities and greenspaces.

The area boasts of over 200 parks plus greenspaces with some located just minutes away from the project site. Town Park is right across the street.

Mackenzie Health Hospital, Central Library, Richmond Hill Heritage Centre, Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, Richmond Green Sports Centre and Thornhill Golfclub are some of the points of interest in the locality.

There are numerous amenities, eateries, stores, and services close by. Making errands is easy, with stores such as Winners, Loblaws, T&T Supermarket, Leon’s Furniture, Costco Wholesale, Hillcrest Shopping Mall, Walmart Supercentre, and more located just a short drive away.

There are also dozens of schools some of which are located within a short walking distance, and others are just a short drive away.

A few years back, Richmond Hill was ranked as Toronto’s fastest growing housing market. There has been dramatic development in the city during the past three decades, which has seen its population rise from 57,000 to 231,000. Housing demand has never dwindled, with the development in the city focusing on more dense residences such as condos and apartments. This makes this a great place to invest in.

About the developer

Laurier Homes is a reputable Vaughan-based real estate land developer. The company has been in the business of building homes throughout the GTA since 1976. It is constantly exceeding its clients’ expectations.

To achieve this, they first research the potential customers’ needs, making it possible to incorporate the current contemporary features with components of design and lifestyle. The company then integrates unique architectural details as well as harmonious streetscape into every community.