Beacon Condos by Sorbara in North York

Beacon / 5200 Yonge Street

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Beacon is a new pre-construction condo building development by Sorbara located at 5200 Yonge Street, North York.

Beacon Condos has flexible floor plans and many size options.
With variety of amenities, it is made up of Penthouse units.

The unit size is ranging from 1227 to 1346 square feet with prices starting from upper 800k.
This is a 35 stories Condo building.

A beacon of light rises above the North York's city centre. Designed as a series of frames, the sleek 35-storey building adds height and texture to the burgeoning city skyline. Chic interiors, enviable amenities and thoughtful, comfortable spaces are the backdrop for a lifestyle you'll love.

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Summary of this condo development:

Project Name: Beacon
Developer: Sorbara
Location: 5200 Yonge Street,North York
Product: Condo building
First Occupancy: 2018-05-01
Unit Type: Penthouse
Maint. Fee: $0.49 SqFt/Month
Floors: 35
*All dates are approximate.

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