Home Condos by Great Gulf Homes and Hullmark Developments Limited in Toronto

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Home is a new condo building development by Great Gulf Homes and Hullmark Developments Limited located at 48 Power Street, Toronto.

This development has in total >200 units.

Here, in Toronto's cherished east end, life is second to none.
Discover a vibrant neighbourhood that inspires creativity and encourages community.

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Summary of this condo development:

Project Name: Home
Developer: Great Gulf Homes and Hullmark Developments Limited
Location: 48 Power Street,Toronto
Product: Condo building
Expected Opening Date: 2016-11
Total units: >200
Density: High Density
*All dates are approximate.

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