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Old 2016-03-06, 12:24 AM
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Default New Detached Houses or Townhouse Developments in Aurora

Does anyone have any information on any of the next detached house or townhouse developments coming in Aurora?

(SFH, single family home, tried to edit it to 'detached')

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Old 2016-03-06, 12:29 AM
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What is SHF?
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Old 2016-03-06, 03:15 AM
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I know there is Time (townhomes) by Treasure Hill, Aurora Glen Phase 3 (townhomes), as well as Glen Ridge Estates (detached) by Opus and Fairgate Homes that are coming soon. Not sure if there is anything else
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I feel bad for the people buying now...
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Glen Ridge, guess they see putting "Glen" as lucky.

Right next to a water tower. Minimum $1,600,000 for a bungalow next to a water tower and busy, noisy polluted Yonge St.
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Old 2016-03-06, 04:16 PM
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Glen Ridge, guess they see putting "Glen" as lucky.

Right next to a water tower. Minimum $1,600,000 for a bungalow next to a water tower and busy, noisy polluted Yonge St.
Glen means its in a small valley, just like Aurora Glen, right.

That water tower is very low, every community might have some infrastructure bits, like say a pumping station.

Comparable amount of traffic at Wellington and Leslie every day accessing the 404.

Its close to the railway track, but not a low level crossing.

Closer to Yonge used to be desirable as its considered more central.

Brookfield has Timberlane coming, and a tract of land just North of this Glen Ridge location.
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Glen means its in a small valley,
Really?? Thanks for this information. I thought it was the recently deceased lead singer of the Eagles. Wow, the things you learn.

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just like Aurora Glen, right.
The presentation centre for AG made a big splash in the building community. Which is why so many developments in 2015-6 have similar styles.

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That water tower is very low, every community might have some infrastructure bits, like say a pumping station.
A small pumping station is very different than a water tower. Especially if you going to pay nearly, or over 2m for a house. I think you know that, if you don't, then you learned something today.

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Comparable amount of traffic at Wellington and Leslie every day accessing the 404.
Yonge street is incredibly busy and there are already widening parts of it. Comparing Leslie to Yonge St. is ridiculous.

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Its close to the railway track, but not a low level crossing.
Hoot hoot. Fun times for 2m.

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Closer to Yonge used to be desirable as its considered more central.
Maybe 30 years ago. Now being so close to Yonge is going to be noisy, polluted and it will just get worse.

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Brookfield has Timberlane coming, and a tract of land just North of this Glen Ridge location.
This is helpful.
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Old 2016-03-06, 07:26 PM
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Really?? Thanks for this information. I thought it was the recently deceased lead singer of the Eagles. Wow, the things you learn.


The presentation centre for AG made a big splash in the building community. Which is why so many developments in 2015-6 have similar styles.


A small pumping station is very different than a water tower. Especially if you going to pay nearly, or over 2m for a house. I think you know that, if you don't, then you learned something today.


Yonge street is incredibly busy and there are already widening parts of it. Comparing Leslie to Yonge St. is ridiculous.


Hoot hoot. Fun times for 2m.


Maybe 30 years ago. Now being so close to Yonge is going to be noisy, polluted and it will just get worse.


This is helpful.
So AG has given value to the word glen, okay, I get the joke now.

Wellington and Leslie is the nearest access to 404. Are more people commuting via Yonge St? Maybe you haven't moved in yet, its getting busy at rush hour. It will get worse as Aurora fills up. They are already widening roads around here too. The mayor mentioned it as an issue last year, but I don't think he was able to move up the creation of another access point.

Am not advocating Yonge St., but there are some large beautiful homes just South West of that lot, and East of Yonge there. Its a lot sparser housing there, than in our area.
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Old 2016-03-06, 08:13 PM
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There's http://www.highlandgateaurora.com/, another 180 homes, though West of Yonge St. Not sure when this is going forward.
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