Midland, ON master-planned community breaks ground

by Ephraim Vecina on 20 Sep 2019

Work has begun on a 247-acre master-planned community in Midland, Hanson Development Group announced.

Construction of The Seasons on Little Lake will take into account the natural features of the site, along with around 13 kilometres of planned recreational trails. This is because one of the project’s aims is to establish a community that will thrive amid a carefully preserved green setting.

“The Seasons on Little Lake represents an incredible opportunity for the town of Midland,” mayor Stewart Strathearn said. “We’re confident [the new residents] will come to love the amazing natural beauty of this region the way all Midlanders do.”

Aside from easy access to Little Lake, the development will also offer much opportunity for activities like canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding.

The project is expected to accommodate around 3,500 new residents, with units starting from $399,999.

As of press time, the project has already sold 93% of properties in the first two phases of the development. A significant proportion of the buyers are from the GTA and the Simcoe region.

“To our valued purchasers, we’re thrilled to start building your dream home and move you one step closer to living in this beautiful four-season community,” Hanson Development founder Mark Hanson stated.

“There’s been tremendous interest in this project from the start and now that construction is underway, we believe it will create a groundswell of excitement and energy in the surrounding region and those relocating from the Northern GTA.”

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