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Downtown London Condos

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Follow the dotted lines home. Home that is to the "Wellington Park" condo building at the end of the street in the above picture! Are you the person driving that little blue car and have you been out shopping for salmon at "Costco" or out enjoying a cat show at the "Western Fairgrounds"?

In London, Ontario most downtown condo owners still prefer to have a car to get around town.

Will you be taking in a performance tonight at the "Grand Theatre" and wasn't Elton fantastic the last time that he played here? If you are not sure what is happening downtown this week might we suggest that you click onto our "events tab" at the top of this page. Here you will find a link to "Tourist London Canada" and it shows all of London's upcoming theatre, music and arts events.

Not much really is happening with new condo developments in the downtown core area in 2019 with the exception of the new "Azure" building by "Tricar" now finished out and new people moving in for the first time. Two other high rise projects are now on the go. "Old Oaks" is busy building a new 32 storey rental tower with 174 one and two bedroom units at 515 Richmond Street just south of the "Grand Theatre" and "Tricar" is halfway finished a new twenty-four storey 245 residential use building at 40 York Street near the "Forks of the Thames". Visit their websites!

Life is good in downtown London.

In the past we have made mention of new projects on the drawing boards only to be disappointed by changes of plans. Recent news is however that "Old Oaks" now has plans for a massive $245 million, 652 unit twin-tower residential development project on a core area site at 100 Fullarton; 475 – 501 Talbot Street; and 93 – 95 Dufferin Avenue. The development will feature two residential towers, a rental building of 40 storeys and a 232 unit condo building of 29 storeys. This might interfere with some of the views of the southern facing units of the new "Azure" condo building at 505 Talbot Street the people living here now enjoy.

So much talk of new things to happen makes for exciting times! In the meantime, check out all of London's current downtown condo offerings! Once again, life is good and safe in downtown London!

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