November 19, 2012
Construction progresses on Royal Gardens in Richmond Hill, Ontario
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Construction continues to move up at the Royal Gardens condominiums phase one in Richmond Hill, Ont.
Darcon Inc. is construction manager of the 11-storey, 227-unit building and completion is expected May 2013 for owner Liberty Development Corp. The building will include fitness facilities, a party room, a lounge, a hotel inspired guest suite and one level of underground parking.
The architect for the project is Kirkor Architects and consultants are: NCK Engineering Ltd. (structural); Brutto Consulting (civil) and Able Engineering Inc. (mechanical/electrical).
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