Grand Festival South
Grand Festival South is a new development preconstruction in Vaughan. Grand Festival South is a new condo development by Menkes Developments Ltd. and QuadReal. Located at Festival Condos Community | Interchange Way & Commerce Street, Vaughan, ON.
THE CELEBRATION CONTINUES.
THE NEXT PHASE IS AT FESTIVAL SOUTH VMC, CANADA’S BEST-SELLING CONDOMINIUM COMMUNITY.
Take your life to a whole new level of fun and celebration at Grand at Festival,
Vaughan’s spectacular new master-planned city center.
Grand Festival Condos
The city of Vaughan has gotten profoundly associated with suburbanites with the expansion of subway lines and also the new transit hubs situated at Vaughan Metropolitan Center. Which is helpfully arranged only minutes distant from this Condo. Because Inhabitants will prepare to effortlessly get to the metro, York Region, and also the Zum transport courses all within strolling distance of home. Halfway found simply only minutes distant from close by significant lanes. Because occupants of Grand Signature Festival Condos will prepare to travel consistently all through the York Region. The GTA, and also the past inside the solace of their own vehicle. Interstates found close by incorporate Highway 7, 400, and 407.
Menkes Developments Ltd is a family-operated business with deep roots in the city of Toronto. The Company has established nearly 65 years ago by Murray Menkes, an entrepreneur, a visionary, and also a successful businessman. They initially wanted his business to focus on building single-family homes that delivered outstanding quality and also lasting value. Over the years, Menkes grew to create entire mixed-use communities, becoming a fully integrated, multi-disciplinary real estate development company.
Today, carrying on the legacy of their late father, Menkes is led by Murray’s three sons Alan, Steven and also Peter, and his grandsons Jared, Jason, Adam, and as well as Sean, who not only oversee the execution of the Company’s vast portfolio but share a common commitment to shaping the landscape of Toronto.