The Remington Group Inc. owns and manages a highly-visible portfolio of specialized commercial and retail space, comprising more than three million square feet. This diverse retail and commercial portfolio ranges from luxury hotels to retail outlets, power centres and custom office space. Remington’s keen eye for location, uncompromising construction standards and ability to read and respond to community dynamics provides retail and commercial tenants with a valuable competitive edge. By leasing or building space in a Remington community, you are ensuring that your business is in a vibrant neighbourhood, activated with events, public art, and a diverse mix of residents and tenants.
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Nexus Condominiums is located on a VIVA Rapidway, across the street from new Toronto Marriott Markham, the Pride of Canada Carousel, and bordering a tight knit community of luxury town manors with park and heritage site. Not to mention, its just metres from Unionville GO Station, Hwy 407 & Hwy 7.
10 Aviva Way is the new home of Aviva Canada's head office, next door to The Origin which features more than 10 dining and retail options, including Cineplex Cinemas VIP & IMAX and 24-hour GoodLife Fitness, across the street from the Pride of Canada Carousel, and surrounded by condominiums and town manors.
Remington Centre is an 800,000 sq. ft. mixed use hub coming to the corner of Kennedy Rd and Steeles Ave in Markham, Ontario next door to Pacific Mall. Featuring a 100,000 sq. ft. night market open until 3:00 am, more than 700 retailers, office space, and condominiums, Remington Centre will be built on the site of former Market Village.
At full build out, not only will this vibrant mixed-use community become North America's largest collection of LEED-certified buildings, it will contain more than 3.7 million sq. ft. of offices, 2.4 million sq. ft. of retail, and 10,000+ residents. The Remington Group's signature community is powered by district energy and located on 243 acres just north of the 407, between Warden Ave and Unionville GO Station.