The Yonge Station community is the hottest new development in Barrie. You’ve probably heard something about the Spirit Clock which is a public art installation designed by Ron Baird, creator of Barrie’s famous Spirit Catcher.  The Spirit Clock lives at the corner of Yonge Street and Madelaine Drive (our Yonge Station location.)

Yonge Station is a unique community that possesses train themes throughout the branding, the art installations and even the building names. The train theme is to give love to the proximity of Yonge Station to the GO Train as well as Barrie’s Steam Train heritage which dates back to the late 1800’s.

There are 12 buildings located inside the community. There are two condo buildings, a 72 unit known as The Grand Central and a 56 unit known as The Union. There are six townhome buildings that are named after Canadian railway systems; The Huron, The Essex, The Vale, The CN, The CP and The Junction. Finally, there are four 8plex building named after the Monopoly railroads (awesome right?) The Reading, The Pennsylvania, The Short Line and The B&O.

The site map below shows the layout of the community including building locations, public art locations as well as parking area’s and the courtyard.

Join us at the grand opening on Saturday May 3rd at 10:00am.  There has been a lot of hype so people will be showing up early. Register for a sneak peek before the grand opening at www.yongestation.ca

Todd Palmer, Marketing Director

Yonge Station Site Map