Parkside is a packaging company that combines flexographic printing with lamination, laser, and intelligent technologies to deliver conventional, functional, and sustainable paper and plastic flexible packaging solutions. The company supplies various market segments including tobacco, snack and chilled foods, and confectionery.
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May 5, 2023
Author of the article: Minto is introducing new stacked towns at Parkside, aimed at first-time buyers and investors. Photo by Supplied Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through links on this page. Article content After a year-long absence, Minto Communities is returning to west Kanata with the launch of Parkside at Arcadia. Advertisement 2 THIS CONTENT IS RESERVED FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY Subscribe now to read the latest news in your city and across Canada. Exclusive articles from Elizabeth Payne, David Pugliese, Andrew Duffy, Bruce Deachman and others. Plus, food reviews and event listings in the weekly newsletter, Ottawa, Out of Office. Unlimited online access to Ottawa Citizen and 15 news sites with one account. Ottawa Citizen ePaper, an electronic replica of the print edition to view on any device, share and comment on. Daily puzzles, including the New York Times Crossword. 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Get email updates from your favourite authors. or Article content Try refreshing your browser, or New homes: All dressed up and ready to move-in Back to video More than simply another phase of the Arcadia development, Parkside is an enclave of 368 townhomes with an emphasis on combining the best of condo living (think no shovelling!) and individual homes (private, street-level entrances) to offer flexible living and make homeownership affordable for first-time buyers, investors or parents looking to assist their children in entering the housing market. “We were able to identify a home type that was missing in this area of Kanata and … can provide a more attainable, high-quality home to the market for both first-time homebuyers and investors,” says Anthony Minchella, vice-president of sales and marketing for Minto Communities Ottawa. Parkside launches April 29 with the release of something new for Minto — Metro Towns, starting in the high $300,000s. The enclave sits on 13 acres that will be a mix of 264 Metro Towns (back-to-back stacked towns), 11 Executive Towns (traditional two-storeys), 13 Urban Towns (three-storey, rear-lane towns with a two-car garage in back) and 80 Avenue Towns (three-storey, back-to-back freeholds). Article content Article content Parkside is an enclave of 368 townhomes, of various types, around a park. Photo by Supplied The Metro Towns are an update of the builder’s Infusion terrace homes. They come with between 1,063 and 1,272 square feet, open-concept living areas, two bedrooms on a separate level and either a balcony or terrace. “They offer an alternative to traditional suites in a high-rise or mid-rise condo,” says Karen van der Velden, who is product development manager for Minto Communities Ottawa. “They’re comfortable, design-forward interiors with more square footage than a condo apartment.” Select units come with underground parking and upper units have the option of turning the main bathroom into two ensuites for each of the bedrooms. “That’s a real bonus that we never had before on this product,” she says. Minto’s new Metro Towns come in two elevations, including contemporary. Photo by Supplied All Metro Towns come with larger islands, quartz counters, pantry space, six appliances, oversized windows and patio doors for lots of natural light, powder rooms, and laundry on the bedroom level. Advertisement 4 Article content “We’ve really honed in on making sure the exterior has a lot of sizzle,” says van der Velden. Elevations are either contemporary or modern, with more than 75 per cent of the façade in stone and brick. “The exteriors are really dressed up for this community (to make sure) the streetscape is spectacular.” The other Metro Towns elevation is modern, shown here. Both are mostly stone and brick. Photo by Supplied Parkside is located east of Huntmar Drive between Campeau Drive and the future LRT (light rail transit) extension, just south of the current Arcadia development, which has seen about 1,000 homes built in the past decade, including the 2022 Minto Dream Home in the CHEO Dream of a Lifetime lottery. “Parkside at Arcadia is ideally located in the heart of Kanata, providing future homeowners with direct walking access to an array of urban amenities, including Tanger Outlets, Canadian Tire Centre and Kanata Centrum,” says Minchella. “Access to these amenities, including plans for the extension of the LRT adjacent to the community, will provide homeowners with an exceptional amount of connectivity and convenience.” Parkside is close to the Queensway and Kanata’s high-tech hub. Also nearby are the Carp River Conservation Area, with its multi-use pathways, and the popular South March Highlands Conservation Forest. Initial occupancy is expected in fall 2024. Kitchens in the Metro Towns come with quartz counters and stainless-steel appliances. Photo by Supplied Parkside at Arcadia Builder: Minto Communities Sales centre: 380 Huntmar Dr. Hours: Monday to Thursday, noon to 8 p.m.; Friday, noon to 6 p.m.; weekends & holidays, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Parkside Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Parkside founded?
Parkside was founded in 2005.
Where is Parkside's headquarters?
Parkside's headquarters is located at Tyler Cl, Normanton.
Who are Parkside's competitors?
Competitors of Parkside include Schur Flexibles and 4 more.
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Constantia Flexibles is a manufacturer of flexible packaging. It supplies its products to the food, pet food, pharmaceuticals, and beverage industries. Key products of the consumer section falls within dairy, ecolutions, beverages, personal care, and more. In the pharma portpolio it offers oral drug, pulmonary drug, medicial devices, injectable drugs, and others. The company was founded in 1960 and is based in Wien, Austria.
Beucke Group is a packaging company that specializes in print finishing and processing of flexible packaging materials such as mono- and compound films, labels, packaging for cigarettes & tobacco products, boards and sealing lids, and more.
Euroflex is a specialized independent printing company that manufactures flexible packaging for foodstuffs. It offers individual and full-service guidance, from graphic design to the delivery and processing of materials, and supplies flexible packaging in plastic, paper, laminates, and aluminum. It was founded in 1869 and is based in Zwolle, the Netherlands.
Schur Flexibles is a full-line supplier focusing on production and distribution of high-barrier flexible packaging for the food, tobacco, and healthcare industries. Schur Fleixbles is based in Wiener Neudorf, Austria.
Reproflex Scandinavia engages in design, artwork, prepress, proofing, color management, and flexo plate production. It offers the graphic process, including prepress for flexo, offset, and digital printing, and flexible packaging for film, lamination, and paper. Its product portfolio also includes labels, corrugated and preprint. The company serves printing houses and brand owners. It was founded in 1999 and is based in Kolding, Denmark.
Brabo Verpakking is a full-service packaging company. It offers printing packing, cardboard packing, food packing, carrier bags, industrial packing, and more. It provides its products and services to various industries including clothing stores, offices, and web shops. It was founded in 1926 and is based in Breda, Netherlands.
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