Sand cherry Court Townhouses

Introduction:

Belleville is a city located at the mouth of the Moira River on the Bay of Quinte in Southern (Central) Ontario, Canada, along the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor. It is the seat of Hastings County, but politically independent of it, and is the centre of the Bay of Quinte Region.

In 2016, the enumerated population of Belleville (City) was 50,716, which represents an increase of 2.6% from 2011. The land area of Belleville (City) is 247.25 square kilometres and the population density was 205.1 people per square kilometre. In 2016, there were 21,732 private dwellings occupied in Belleville (City), which represent an increase of 3.2% from 2011.

The City has experienced renewed growth since 2000. The average annual value of construction in Belleville since 2000 has been over $72 million (a substantial increase from the 1990s) and the average number of new dwellings built in Belleville during this same period has been over 210 units per year, similarly a substantial increase from the 1990s. Belleville is at the cusp of a growth trend as people from metropolitan areas choose communities like Belleville in which to reside or retire. The City‘s population is expected to continue to grow roughly 0.7% to 1.2% per year over the next 20 years, resulting in a population of almost 60,000 by 2030. This rate of growth could be higher depending on the values people use to select where they wish to live.

The population of the City has been steadily increasing at a rate typically higher than in other eastern Ontario communities. Regionally the population increased at a lesser rate than the increase experienced by Belleville. The number of households within the community has risen steadily. Belleville experienced an increase in new households from 20,490 in 2006 to 21,065 in 2011 (2.8%) due to an increase in the rate of household formation (children moving out on their own) and an increase in migration (new families moving to the community).

Belleville is located on the Toronto-Montreal main rail lines for both Canadian National Railway and Canadian Pacific Railway; both companies provide freight access. VIA Rail also operates five daily passenger services each way along its Windsor–Québec rail corridor.

Its location between and in close proximity to Toronto, Montreal Ottawa and the US interstate highway system places Belleville in a unique position. With a mix of urban and rural areas and vacation lands at the doorstep, Belleville offers its residents and businesses all the amenities of a big city with the charm and character of a small town

Land Information:

The land is approximately 1.91 ha in area and is located close to Belleville downtown. The property currently is sparsely treed, with almost flat ground.

Based on the approved draft plan of the subdivision, the development includes 39 freehold residential townhouse units.

The land is approximately 1.91 ha in area and is located close to Belleville downtown. The property currently is sparsely treed, with almost flat ground.

Based on the approved draft plan of the subdivision, the development includes 39 freehold residential townhouse units.

The project is minutes away from existing Casino, hotel Marriott and future Costco.

ARRANGE PROJECT VISIT
Adress:

1 Duncan Mill Rd, North York, ON, M3B 1Z2

Phone:

416-386-0222

 

Email:

info@bosseini.com 

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