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Hariri Pontarini unveils plans for Panda Markham

Hariri Pontarini has unveiled its designs for Panda Markham, a 5.8-acre mixed-use plan that will encompass five luxury residential towers, adding 2,206 residential units to this growing, in-demand location.
According to Lifetime Developments principal Brian Brown, ?Our proposal will bring new attention to one of the most desirable locations in the Greater Toronto Area. With stunning architecture by world-respected Hariri Pontarini Architects, Panda Markham will be a new landmark adding much-needed new residences to one of Canada?s fastest-growing and most thriving cities.?
The five proposed towers will range from 28 to 48 storeys in height, with terraces of varying lengths and widths adding visual interest and creating a unique silhouette. Panda Markham?s suite mix will range from one-bedroom to three-bedroom family units. Inviting indoor and outdoor amenities will expand their living space. The plan includes green space between and around the towers, and the site overlooks the Rouge River. According to David Pontarini, founding partner, Hariri Pontarini Architects, ?The Panda Markham team?s shared vision is to offer something outstanding in a location that deserves special treatment. It?s exciting to be working on a community with this enormous scope. The residential towers will set a new standard for contemporary design in the area.?
Panda Markham?s residents will also benefit from easy access to the recently completed York Region Transit/Viva infrastructure improvements,...
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