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Townhome Living,
Condo Style

Phoenix's two-tower design will be anchored by garden suites that are designed to integrate into and enhance the Mystic Pointe community. The garden suites will add to the natural greenery of Grand Avenue Park and feature a central courtyard to the north for resident and local use.

Why a Garden Suite?

If you don't want to live in a high-rise building but low-maintenance living appeals to you, garden suites are a great option. The suites mimic single-detached living but offer access to the amenities available at Phoenix, including an intimate party room, an outdoor pool and fully-equipped fitness centre.

Worry-free Maintenance

Although the garden suites look and feel like a townhome, you won't have to worry about exterior property maintenance. As a homeowner in a condominium community, a monthly maintenance fee will take care of items such as landscaping, snow removal, garbage disposal, repairs to the building and all the amenities you'll have access to at Phoenix.

An Attractive Streetscape

There is curbside consistency to garden suite ownership since a condo corporation maintains the property. Freehold townhomes are subject to changes as your neighbours see fit; this could mean interrupted uniformity or lack of landscaping and repairs. With garden suites, your unit and your neighbour's units exterior will always look the same, even years down the road. This means your property value isn’t likely to change based on disrepair.

See the Suites

Explore one of our featured floor plans below and see what sets garden suite living apart.

Garden Suite Floor Plans

Explore Empire Phoenix's modern garden suite designs by Graziani + Corazza Architects Inc. and figure3.