Cornwall, ON – Designed with professional or active retired couples in mind, Dominion Place at One Second Street East downtown will combine location, convenience, luxury and comfort in a new class of real estate previously not available in Cornwall.
“It’s about maintaining a lifestyle,” commented Ron Chenier, President. “For people now living in larger homes, moving into a small condo can be a challenge,” commented Dick Markell, also a partner in the project. “These suites will provide generous living space as well as exclusive parking, storage and outdoor space – and the ability to simply walk out of the lobby for an evening of fine dining, a bit of shopping, or a walk along the waterfront,” added Markell.
The new four-storey building, designed in a modern style with classical elements that will complement the most noteworthy historic buildings in the area, will feature a stone facade with large bright windows, a curved corner facing the intersection of Pitt and Second Streets and several other architectural highlights. The spacious suites, ranging from 2,379 to 2,551 sq. ft. will be available in several layouts that can be further customized to reflect the personal taste and lifestyle of each owner.
“We approached the design of Dominion Place with the knowledge that the new building will immediately become a landmark, a cornerstone in the successful redevelopment of Cornwall’s downtown and waterfront,” added Chenier. “We wanted to make a positive contribution to the ongoing revitalization of downtown, not just as a shopping and dining district, but as one of preferred residential areas of the city.”
With only 13 Suites available (2 are already sold), expressions of interest should be directed to Reina Leroux Sales Representative, Re / Max Cornwall Realty Inc. (613) 938-8100. Limited professional office space is also still available on the main floor along Pitt and Second Street.
The project is now out to tender with final pricing expected in August. Based on successful pre-sales, occupancy is expected late 2014 or early 2015. Plans and renderings can be viewed at www.dominionplace.ca