Amacon is renowned as one of the top residential developers in Canada. They oversee the entire development process from start to finish, and team members have years of experience with every phase of the development process. The company’s buildings and homes are designed with their long-term value in mind-in order for buyers and investors alike to enjoy the highest standards of comfort and security. To that end, Amacon has formed collaborative relationships with top architects and interior designers, in order to create communities that are at once livable, visually appealing and functional. They also work closely with local residents and community groups, maintaining an open dialogue to ensure a beneficial result for all involved. Finally, the company is proud to provide excellent customer service every step of the way. This combination of innovation and a strong commitment to quality has led to Amacon establishing a presence throughout Canada and the United States.
Amacon: Previous Projects
The Grand Residences at Parkside Village. Rising to a height of 46 storeys and including 455 residential units, The Grand Residences at Parkside Village are an integral part of Mississauga City Centre. Square One is within walking distance, while a variety of retail and cultural amenities are also easily accessible on foot. One of the GTA’s largest bus terminals is a short distance to the north, and is served by routes from GO Transit, MiWay and Brampton Transit. In addition, the Hurontario LRT will offer convenient connections to multiple GO rail lines and the vibrant Port Credit neighborhood upon its completion in 2024.
PSV. Part of the larger Parkside Village community centered on Burnhamthorpe Road & Confederation Parkway, PSV was completed in 2017. Like the rest of this new pedestrian-friendly neighborhood, Square One and a host of other shopping options are available via a short walk. For drivers, Highway 403 is just minutes away.
The Beasley. Situated in the heart of Downtown Vancouver, this 33-storey, 218-unit condominium building is named for renowned city planner Larry Beasley. The surrounding neighborhood features pleasant, walkable streets and a wealth of recreational spaces. Additionally, the Canada and Expo lines of the city’s SkyTrain system are both within walking distance-emphasizing the lack of need for a car.