Welcome to Issue 3 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.
The site has been a hive of activity in the past weeks, as major concrete pouring activities bring in multiple trucks each day. Exterior ICF walls have been poured for the majority of the third floor and slab on grade pours for the remainder of the parkade will be completed in the first weeks of April.
Following right behind our concrete trades, the placement of steel studs has been taking place throughout much of the second floor. The steel studs comprise some of the major interior framing that separates hallways and some in-suite rooms. Elsewhere mechanical, and electrical rough-in work has begun throughout the building.
Hop Into Some Easter Fun!
Join the Community Easter Egg Hunt from 10 a.m. to noon on April 8th at the Creemore Village Green. Children from toddler age to 11 years old are invited to participate in the exciting event, where they can find various treats, including gifts from local businesses, hidden by the Easter Bunny.
Elsewhere in town, every Friday throughout April, Station on the Green will play host to line dancing lessons from 7-9 pm. The class is beginner-friendly; all you need to bring is a water bottle. The cost is $15/person and sign ups can be found at the Creemore 100 Mile Store.
Interest Rates and the Market
Global News has detailed what the interest rate hold earlier this month may mean for the Canadian housing market, with some experts suggesting that the end of the housing correction may be in sight.
Despite a slowdown from pandemic-era highs, there seem to be signs of life in some housing markets, with an uptick in home sales and prices seen in Toronto and nearby areas. The return to seasonality and the traditionally busy spring season may also indicate a recovery phase for the housing market.