Warning: include(/home/citylife/public_html/rater/rater.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/citylife/public_html/video.php on line 824

Warning: include(): Failed opening '/home/citylife/public_html/rater/rater.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/citylife/public_html/video.php on line 824
May 29th 2012 4:01 pm   stars
Share |
Hide Story

Grand Palace Condominiums

Grand Palace Condominiums: Groundbreaking Ceremony

Richmond Hill celebrates the groundbreaking of Guizzetti Corporation’s latest project, Grand Palace Condominiums.

Richmond Hill, ON, Canada, September 24, 2012  – The future site of Grand Palace Condominiums was bustling on the morning of September 24, 2012, as Guizzetti Corporation and their supporters gathered to kickoff the construction of this innovative project.

With three stunning 15-storey condo towers, Grand Palace promises to dazzle the Richmond Hill skyline and bring the town’s real estate a revolutionary step forward.

“What we are seeing is a landmark for Richmond Hill,” says Vito Spatafora, deputy mayor, and regional and local councillor of the town. “It’s one of the best developments coming forward … It’s the type of development that represents the future of Richmond Hill.”

Scheduled for completion in the summer of 2014, Grand Palace’s rich array of amenities is highly anticipated among future residents. From its state-of-the-art Grand Spa, fitness centre and large indoor pool to the party and conference room and 24-hour concierge service, Grand Palace is expected to raise the bar for this growing community.

“We put a lot of hard work and a lot of effort into building a luxury high-rise condo that will set the standard in Richmond Hill,” says Albert Gasparro, partner and director at Guizzetti Corporation. “We are very happy that we’ve reached this milestone of breaking ground, and we’re looking forward to creating a lifestyle in Richmond Hill that is very deserving of Richmond Hill.”


Richmond Hill,
ON Canada, May 2012 – Guizzetti Corporation is known for creating breathtaking and luxurious condominiums – towers so incredible they are considered art. Guizzetti, however, doesn’t use a paintbrush and canvas to erect its incredible masterpieces; their tools include cutting-edge architects, fresh-thinking designers, and a handful of other talented masterminds. 

Building a business based on integrity and providing clients with the luxury lifestyle they crave, Guizzetti Corporation invited guests to experience an exclusive preview of its upcoming development, Grand Palace. With a surge of prospective buyers anticipating its debut in the summer of 2014 on the west side of Yonge Street and Richmond Hill, the luxurious condominium boasts elegant amenities such as whirlpools, saunas, fitness centres, yoga facilities and outdoor tanning decks. “The Grand Palace homeowner is somebody who appreciates the finer things in life and superior quality,” says Stefano Guizzetti, president and founder of Guizzetti Corporation.

Grand Palace’s three towers promise to wow residents and passers-by alike with its glassy exterior, built-in spa centre, indoor swimming pool and greenhouse – along with other extravagant features.
“Grand Palace will provide a new kind of housing form that we don’t really have in Richmond Hill,” says Richmond Hill Mayor Dave Barrow. “We’ve had condos in Richmond Hill, but not modern buildings that bring a vibrancy to the community – a live, work, play experience. They’re beautiful, they’re new; they’re very much a part of the urban community that draws people here.”

Guizzetti Corporation certainly continues to keep communities on their toes, delivering incredible workmanship and cutting-edge design to city streets. “I wouldn’t settle for anything less myself,” says Guizzetti.

For more information, please visit www.grandpalace.ca


Send to Friend
Share |
Hide Comments

Have your say

Company Info

Grand Palace Condominiums

PHONE 905-907-4370
EMAIL info@grandpalace.ca
Get Directions

Featured Video: Grand Cru - Organizers