OLD SCHOOL MEETS NEW SCHOOL IN HISTORIC NEWMARKET

May 1, 2017

Meticulously designed by renowned architectural firm Audax, King George School Lofts & Town Homes in historic downtown Newmarket, will soon be opening for sale.

Located at 400 Park Avenue, the old King George Public School is being developed by The Rose Corporation and will be transformed into 11 condominium lofts within the old school building surrounded by 14 two-storey freehold town homes. Loft homes range from 640 to 1,250 sq. ft. while town homes offer up to 2,200 sq. ft. of magnificent living space.

The architecture is a hybrid of Victorian, Edwardian and Contemporary styles; set within a lush perimeter of 100-year-old trees, century old heritage buildings and iconic historic landmarks. Under the design leadership of Gianpiero Pugliese, the architects at Audax have applied a design approach they call Human Architecture, which combines the best elements of traditional architecture with a modern aesthetic.

Residents will be able to walk to Main Street in Old Newmarket and enjoy living steps away from alluring shops and boutiques, charming cafespubs and restaurants and delightful parks. With Newmarket GO train and YRT/VIVA just steps away and the 404 and 400 series of highways close by, the location is a commuter’s dream.

King George School Lofts & Town Homes will soon be open for sale. Until then, the public is urged to register to receive exclusive information about the sales process and the presentation centre grand opening. Registrations are being handled at LiveAtKingGeorge.com.

The Rose Corporation is a boutique real estate development and asset management firm with deeply rooted experience in bringing interesting and highly sought after communities to life. Their commitment to preservation and respect for heritage is one of the company’s guiding principles. More than just preserving a building, the transformation of the King George School Lofts & Town Homes will revitalize a beloved historical property and infuse it with new life and purpose.