$60 million condo townhouse project under construction in North Oshawa

photo caption Back row (Right to left) - Oshawa Mayor Dan Carter; Podium Developments’ vice-president development Christian Huggett. Front Row (Right to left) - Podium Developments’ project manager Hani Agha; managing director Oskar Johansson; managing director Bernard Luttmer; regional and Oshawa City Councillor Tito-Dante Marimpietri; Building Capital principal Saqib Qureshi; Cranson Captial Securities’ president Devon Cranson, vice-president business development David Roff.  Photo by Robert Lowdon

Ontario Construction News staff writer

Construction has started on an approximately $60 million condominium townhouse project in Oshawa.

Podium Developments and Building Capital recently broke ground at Ironwood, “a townhouse collection” in North Oshawa.

The development on an 11-acre property between Camp Samac and Oshawa Creek in Cedar Valley “backs onto hundreds of acres of valley land, forest and stream, and is minutes to Cedar Valley Conservation Area, Centennial Park and Somerset Park”, the general contractor and developer say.

The three and four-bedroom townhouses are priced from the upper $400,000 range, with sizes between 1,521 and 1,865 sq. ft.

Icon Architects designed the project with structural engineering by Atkins Van Groll.


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