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Urban living by the lake at Frenchman's Bay, Pickering by Madison Group
Next Home, November 11, 2017
With the GO Train offering a short 37-minute commute from Pickering to Union Station and a four-minute walk to the lake, Frenchman’s Bay is set to attract the Toronto professional looking for affordable lakeside living with all of the area’s conveniences, including quick access to Hwy. 401, great restaurants and shops in Nautical Village along Liverpool Road.
Like a cottage retreat in city
National Post, October 21, 2017
Boating, sunbathing and bike trails. It might sound more like a cottage retreat than the urban community of Pickering, but for David Singer, project director at Madison Group, it was all part of the charm of the Liverpool Rd. and Commerce St. property the developer is now turning into Frenchman’s Bay, a lowrise project of townhouses and detached homes.
Builder develops former school site near Pickering waterfront
Globe and Mail, October 06, 2017
Madison Group's transformation of a Toronto schoolyard into a stacked-townhouse community opened the door for it to redevelop another vacant school site in a prime waterfront community in Pickering.
Madison Group - Grand opening at Frenchman's Bay in Pickering
Homes Magazine, September 01, 2017
Located on the southern end of Liverpool Road, steps away from the waterfront, Madison Group’s latest community, Frenchman’s Bay, will bring a fresh and bold vibe to the established, family-friendly neighbourhood with a collection of sophisticated, contemporary townhomes and single-detached homes.
Coastal Glam - Paying homage to water without cottage feel at Frenchman's Bay
National Post, August 19, 2017
“A modern twist on a coastal atmosphere.” That’s how Theresa Pereira describes the design esthetic she created in the bathroom and kitchen vignettes at the Pickering low-rise site, Frenchman’s Bay.