Pre Construction Vaughan By Elza Krusteva / 7 years ago (No Ratings Yet)Loading... EXPO is a new pre-construction condo building development by YYZed Project Management and Cortel Group located at 2900 Highway No. 7, Vaughan. EXPO Condos has flexible floor plans and many size options.With variety of amenities, it is made up of 1 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom, Penthouse units. The unit size is ranging from 1052 to 2185 square feet with prices starting from low 500k. This is a 37 stories Condo building. EXPO City residents will enjoy a world of convenience. Designer labels, luxury spas, gourmet eateries, services and recreation will all be accessible by foot. A covered walkway along Highway 7 and a magnificent enclosed Galleria will ensure that your every desire is just steps away, rain or shine. It's the ultimate in downtown living. , YYZed Project Management and Cortel Group Summary of this condo development: Project Name: EXPO Developer: YYZed Project Management and Cortel Group Location: 2900 Highway No. 7,Vaughan Product: Condo building First Occupancy: 2015-06-01 Unit Type: 1 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom, Penthouse Maint. Fee: $0.52 SqFt/Month Floors: 37 *All dates are approximate. - Swipe left/right to see more Send Me Details On EXPO Condos By registering you are opting in to receive updates, invitations, and email offers. We do not share any personal information with third parties. You can unsubscribe at any time. EXPO Nearby Places Edgeley, Ontario ( ~0.42 KM )Edgeley is a small unincorporated community located in Vaughan, in York Region, Ontario, Canada. The first inhabitants of the Edgeley area came from Somerset County, Pennsylvania, circa 1800. Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (TTC) ( ~0.54 KM )Vaughan Metropolitan Centre is a subway station under construction on the extension of the western branch of the Yonge–University–Spadina line of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. It is located under Millway Avenue on the north side of Highway 7, west of Jane Street, and is one of two new stations that are outside the City of Toronto in York Region. Highway 407 (TTC) ( ~1.26 KM )Highway 407 is a subway station under construction on the Spadina line extension, the western branch of the Yonge–University–Spadina line of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). It is located at the southwest corner of the Jane Street and Highway 407 ETR interchange (currently vacant farmland), in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. Dalziel Barn ( ~1.99 KM )The Dalziel Barn is an architecturally distinctive log barn built in 1809 and situated in Vaughan just north of Toronto's Black Creek Pioneer Village. Among its features, the barn had a large gable roof with a double slope on one side. MacMillan Yard MacMillan Yard ( ~2.04 KM )The MacMillan Yard is the largest rail classification yard in Canada. It is operated by Canadian National Railway (CN) and is located 20 kilometers north of downtown Toronto in Vaughan, Ontario. Pioneer Village (TTC) ( ~2.1 KM )Pioneer Village is a subway station under construction on the Yonge–University–Spadina line in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada, on its western branch, the Spadina line. It was originally planned to be a temporary terminus, with the line later extended further to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre; however, the entire extension is now set to open simultaneously. RCC Institute of Technology RCC Institute of Technology ( ~2.17 KM )RCC Institute of Technology (RCC) is a private institute located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. RCC is one of the oldest private technology institutions in Canada. York Stadium York Stadium ( ~2.24 KM )Alumni Field is an outdoor football, rugby and soccer stadium located at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the former home of the York Lions. Toronto Track and Field Centre ( ~2.25 KM )The Toronto Track and Field Centre is a city-owned athletic training centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Prior to 1998 it called Metro Toronto Track and Field Centre. Canlan Ice Sports – York ( ~2.37 KM )Canlan Ice Sports – York is the main ice rink at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The facility is operated by Canlan Ice Sports Corporation.