NOC Development to host VIP opening for Central Park Windsor on August 26th

On Saturday, August 26th, NOC Development is hosting an exclusive VIP Opening for Central Park Windsor, a new community of detached homes lining an established neighborhood in the heart of Windsor.

The event will run from 11am to 5pm at the new Central Park Windsor presentation centre at Unit 250, 7250 Keele Street in Vaughan.

RSVP at to reserve your spot today.

With detached home prices starting in the mid-$500,000, Central Park Windsor offers affordability that is largely unheard of in many big Ontario markets, particularly in places like Hamilton and Toronto to the northeast.

And lately real estate values have been rising rapidly in Windsor, making property there a solid investment as well as a place to live. The average price of a Windsor home soaring 9.2 per cent on a year-over-year basis in July, according to the Windsor-Essex County Association of Realtors.

Impressive lot sizes further add to the value. At Central Park Windsor they range from 38’ to 50’, while the 30 homes in the community vary in size from 1,890 square feet up to above 3,000 square feet.

The homes are new, providing the option for customization, but they are also joining an established surrounding neighbourhood, meaning amenities and transit are already easily accessible.

For instance, Central Park Windsor is only 10 minutes by car from the University of Windsor and St. Clair College, a top-rated college in the province, and the city is a strong employment centre for the tech, automotive and service industries.

Nearby local entertainment includes the Windsor Art Gallery, Windsor Aquatic Centre, Bay Water Park and the country’s biggest casino, Caesar Windsor.

Refreshments and snacks will be available at the VIP launch event as three different models — including the latest, Tribeca — and accompanying elevations are unveiled.

The Tribeca model includes a generous 2,240 square feet of living space, with multiple elevations to choose from. Like all homes at the project, maximizing open space is central focus of the Tribeca model’s design.

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