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The pandemic housing boom has prompted Ontarians, and especially Torontonians, to explore cities they might not otherwise have – and one of the cities that has received increased attention is Guelph .

The southern Ontario city already boasts incredible hiking trails, an extensive brewery scene, and a vibrant downtown. Now, with a new luxury condo development on the way, downtown Guelph is about to get even more exciting.

Anthem to The Metalworksa 14-story building at 93 Arthur Street South, is the fourth installment of what will eventually become the five-building Metalworks community, currently under construction along the banks of the Speed ​​River.

Built by Fusion Homes, the urban village – when complete – will feature 600 units, two and a half acres of open green space, a 50-foot-wide urban riverfront promenade, and a whopping 30,000 square feet of retail space. This includes a beautiful heritage building built in 1827 that has been preserved and transformed into a distillery and event space, with more to come.

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The river walk is particularly interesting. Stretching end to end along the Metalworks development, the parkway will also provide connections to Guelph’s local trail system and is expected to feature historically inspired art displays and scenic landscaping.

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Inside Anthem itself, residents will find a host of luxurious amenities. Downstairs, there’s a dark yet airy piano lounge, a 1,185-square-foot health club, coworking studios, a guest suite, and even a pet spa. companionship for the four-legged residents of the building.

Ascending to the third floor of the glass and brick building, there is an expansive terrace measuring almost 4,300 square feet, as well as a spacious social club with a party room and restrooms. And it goes on – on the seventh floor, another 1,500 m². an outdoor terrace of 100 m² awaits you.

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Anthem at The Metalworks will house 194 of the community’s living units, ranging from one to two bedrooms plus dens. Suites feature beautiful modern designs, Canadian-made cabinetry, and ceilings up to 10 feet high.

And, with underground parking and surface parking planned, parking spaces will be available for purchase with some units.

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Being located in downtown Guelph, residents of Anthem will be within walking distance of the University of Guelph, dozens of restaurants, major retailers, train and bus stations, and parks. And of course, there are plenty of entertainment venues nearby too, including the Guelph Concert Theatre, Sleeman Center and the Art Gallery of Guelph, as well as board game cafes, bowling and nightlife.

Anthem may still be a few years away from Occupy, but from the sounds of it, it will definitely be worth the wait.


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