Creemore Courier Issue 2

Welcome to Issue 2 of the Creemore Courier, MDM’s newsletter keeping you up to date with all the progress on site at the Creemore Condos as well as sharing some local community highlights and news.

Upgrade Appointments Are Now Open!

We are pleased to announce that Pre-Drywall upgrade appointments are now available. Book in as soon as possible as the deadline for selections is March 17th! You can easily book an appointment via the link below.

Book Your Appointment


Moving on Up!

Construction on site is progressing at a smooth and steady rate, and with springtime just around the corner, our crews will be looking to make the most of the frozen ground which makes moving heavy machinery around much easier.

The underground plumbing within the building is now complete, and slab on grade concrete pours for the remainder of the parkade can now take place.

Construction on the west end of the building has now reached the 3rd floor! Walls are expected to start being poured at the beginning of March. All the 3rd level precast concrete floors will be completed by the end of February.

Luck of the Irish!

Looking for the perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year? Look no further than Station on the Green! They will be hosting a fundraising event featuring live music from Shipyard Kitchen Party and Strange Potatoes. The event starts at 6 p.m. and runs until midnight, with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are available for just $40.

All proceeds go towards supporting your local community hall, so don’t miss your chance to contribute while having a great time.

Grab your tickets today at the link below before they’re gone!

2023 Market Recovery

In a recent column for the Financial Post, TMU professor Murtaza Haider has done a deep dive on Canada’s 2022 housing data and come up with some surprising conclusions.

Professor Haider looked at primarily at two key variables; the home price index (HPI) and regional sales volumes. Canada’s HPI is up 33 percent over three years, and 29.7 percent over five, and while sales volumes did decrease in 2022, Professor Haider points out that a large portion of sales in 2021 were transactions originally planned for 2022-23.

Professor Haider feels that a market recovery is likely for 2023, and with the data to back him up, its hard to disagree!