KPMG Tower by SmartCentres
KPMG, a leader in audit, tax and advisory services, has put down roots in the new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre. KPMG is the lead tenant in the 365,000 square foot Class-A office building owned by SmartCentres
The VMC is one of Canada’s largest master planned communities, complemented by a world-class transit system offering residents and businesses seamless connectivity throughout the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC) Line 1 Yonge-University subway extension, including services for the new Viva bus rapidway on Highway 7, along with the new SmartCentres Place Bus Terminal are all slated to come online over the next year.
A crucial concept underpinning the VMC is that adjacent housing and urban amenities are being leveraged by top employers to attract talent.
Those employers include KPMG, which has located more than 600 staff in the VMC’s first office building, the 15-storey KPMG Tower at SmartCentres Place. Other tenants include Miller Thomson, GFL Environmental, and Harley-Davidson Canada.
Strategically located in Canada’s largest economic hub in southern Ontario, the VMC will redefine 21st-century downtowns and be a destination of choice for businesses and residents in the GTA and beyond.
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In some excellent news for Toronto and York region commuters, the TTC has finally confirmed an opening date for the new, long-waited Toronto–York Spadina Subway Extension.
The extension, part of Toronto’s long term plan to improve its transit network, will move from Sheppard West station (formerly Downsview) almost 9 km all the way to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station, which is already proving a hub for development.
Gioia Di Giovanni loves downtown Toronto. She just doesn’t want to live there.
Di Giovanni, 36, works in healthcare in the 905 and owns a condominium in Richmond Hill, close to where she was born and raised. She wants to move up to a larger condo south of her current address and has found the perfect solution at Transit City — the first residential tower that will be built at Smart Centres Place in Vaughan, a 100-acre master-planned development.
Joint venture partners Smart Real Estate Investment Trust (SmartREIT), Mitchell Goldhar and CentreCourt Developments have released details of a planning application for the development of Transit City, the first residential condominium tower in the SmartCentres Place, the largest urban development in the province.
A 55-storey, residential tower that will be the tallest landmark on Vaughan’s emerging skyline, is being touted for bringing a distinctly urban vibe to that city’s ambitious downtown plans. CentreCourt Developments’ Transit City condos will be the first residential building in SmartREIT’s 100-acre Vaughan Metropolitan Centre development called SmartCentres Place.