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Central District Towns

Central District Towns is a new townhouse development by Icon Homes and Old Orchard Development currently in preconstruction at 770 Kingston Road, Pickering. Available units start from the high $600,000's. Central District Towns has a total of 88 units.

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Welcome to Central District. A new urban townhome community in the heart of Pickering, close to all the amenities you’ll ever need. Living at Central District means you’re at the centre of it all with a wide assortment of shopping, parks, recreational facilities, schools, Hwy 401 and public transportation just minutes from your door.


Imagine living in a location so inspired, every comfort you desire is just outside your door. Central District Towns puts you on the cusp of Pickering’s revitalized and burgeoning downtown, minutes from beautiful waterfront vistas, and right near Rouge National Park, one of Southern Ontario’s finest protected parklands. Only 88 homeowners and families will be fortunate enough to call this place home. Move to the centre of it all, with Central District Towns.



Central District Towns is a New Townhome development by Icon Homes located at Whites Rd N & Kingston Rd, Pickering.

Cities just outside of Toronto that provide easy access to major thoroughfares and transit have become increasingly popular amongst investors and homebuyers. Pickering is no exception, a unique location that offers that small town feel, close to nature and Lake Ontario while still offering big city amenities. Central District Towns is a new community of urban townhomes conveniently situated in the heart of Pickering, a family and commuter friendly area, close to everything the city has to offer.

Pickering’s popular waterfront Frenchman’s Bay with its beachfront parks, piers, and beaches is just minutes away from Central District Towns, offering easy access to Lake Ontario, plenty of natural green space, and a wide array of water related outdoor activities. Nearby parklands, conservation areas, nature trails, and the 2,000 acre Rouge National Urban Park surround the area.

Commuting throughout Durham Region and the GTA is a breeze when living at Central District Towns. Residents will have immediate access to Highway 401, which will take motorists into downtown Toronto in less than half an hour. Durham Region and GO Transit bus routes service the area and are easily accessible to residents just steps away from home. The Pickering GO station is conveniently situated close to home where commuters will be able to access both bus routes and the Lakeshore East GO Train. Riders will be able to commute into Union Station in just over an hour.

Central District Towns is located in the heart of Pickering, an established and family friendly neighbourhood that offers a tight knit and small town feel close to top ranking schools, community centres, recreational facilities, and state of the art medical facilities, making Pickering the perfect place to set down roots and raise a family. The city and surrounding area also offers a wide variety of local and brand name lifestyle amenities and daily necessities including dining, shopping, and entertainment options, everything you need or want is conveniently located close to home.

Icon Homes is committed to a history of superb homebuilding that goes back to 1963, they carefully craft homes to build value and enhance the lives of homeowners across the GTA. Today, they continue to connect families to the environment in distinctive communities designed to meet the unique needs of each homeowner.




Central District Towns is located on the east side of Toronto, in the city of Pickering. The western border is formed by the Rouge Park Valley, which is over 2,000 acres in size and one of the largest urban parks in North America. Another important fact, area north of Highway 407 has been set aside for a regional airport.

Pickering is one of the most affordable real estate in the Greater Toronto Area, has attracted both homebuyers and investors. Known as one of the most unique places to live, and the fact that it is close to the lake and has a small-town environment is reason enough to move to Pickering.


Known as one of the most unique places to live, and the fact that it is close to the lake and has a small-town environment is reason enough to move to Pickering.


Current Incentives

• Smooth ceilings throughout
• 6 piece appliance package including stainless steel fridge, stove, dishwasher and range
hood and white stacked washer and dryer
• Granite or fabricated hard surface counter-top in kitchen (from Vendor’s standard samples)
• Stainless steel under-mount sink in kitchen
• Laminate flooring throughout, except for rooms with ceramic time (bathrooms,
laundry/mechanical) (from Vendor’s standard samples)
• Air conditioning unit
* Right to Lease During Occupancy is subject to Vendor’s written permission and Administration Fee of $500 plus HST
**capping amount applicable on any increase in development charge(s) and/or education development charge(s) only




Pricing & Fees

Price: From $689,900 to over $769,900
Cost of Parking: (Maintenance $49.95/ month)
Deposit Structure:
$20,000 on Signing
Balance to 5% in 30 Days
5% in 90 Days
2.5% in 180 Days
2.5% in 270 Days

Non-resident Deposit Structure*
$20,000 on Signing
Balance to 10% in 30 Days
10% in 90 Days
10% in 180 Days
5% in 270 Days



Highlights at Central District Towns


Central District Towns is in the city of Pickering, while on Toronto’s east side. The Rouge Park Valley, which is approximately 2,000 acres in size, therefore one of the largest urban parks in North America, specifically forms Pickering’s western border. Pickering’s northern edge are made up of rural hamlets as well as villages. Also, The land north of Highway 407 has been designated for a regional airport.

Pickering, which has some of the most affordable real estate in the Greater Toronto Area, has attracted both homebuyers and investors. Known as one of the most unique places to live, and especially the fact that it is close to the lake and has a small-town atmosphere is reason enough to move to Pickering.

  • Pickering shares a border with the City of Toronto
  • Approximately 91,000 residents
  • Among the most multicultural communities within Durham Region
  • Rural Pickering is comprised of quaint hamlets, farms as well as conservation areas
  • Slower-paced suburban lifestyle
  • Access to Lake Ontario
  • School for all ages and education levels
  • Convenient place for commuters
  • 1 minute to restaurants and groceries
  • 2 minutes to Highway 401
  • 5 minutes to Pickering Town Centre
  • 5 minutes to Pickering GO Station
  • 7 minutes to Pickering Recreation Complex
  • 8 minutes to Pickering Millennium Waterfront Trail while overlooking Frenchman’s Bay
  • 12 minutes to Rouge National Urban Park
  • 12 minutes to Pickering Golf Club
  • 30 minutes to Toronto
  • Oak Ridges Moraine
  • Easy access to Highway 407, 412 and 401 right at your door
  • Future Durham-Scarborough BRT
  • The Pickering Recreation Complex
  • Pickering is ranked as one of GTA’s most affordable cities to live
  • Several top-rated schools as well as employment opportunities in Pickering

Pickering's most sought after location

770 Kingston Road, Pickering, ON

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