Harbour Club, a waterfront condominium community located in Tecumseh, Ontario, represents the pinnacle of luxurious lakeside living. This boutique building, with a limited collection of suites, will be beautifully adorned with premium features and finishes. With Harbour Club’s sweeping terraces, balconies and expansive windows, suites will be filled with natural light and offer magnificent views of the water, the Town and beyond.
With resort inspired amenities boasting private boat wells offering direct access to Lake St. Clair, a fully-equipped Wellness Room, spacious Party Room and Library along with an outdoor gathering area, Harbour Club elevates the everyday to the extraordinary.
Who Is The Developer?
Petretta Construction Inc., founded in 1985, is a full service General Contractor, Construction Manager, Design Build Contractor and Real Estate Developer.
Owned by Davide Petretta and backed by a team of experienced in-house real estate professionals, Petretta develops it’s residential projects from inception to completion, administering the entire development process internally which includes site selection, planning, marketing, sales and construction.
Petretta’s most recent condominium projects include Two50 Manning Condominiums and Lakewood Condominiums, both located in Tecumseh, Ontario. A third condominium project, Lakeside Park Place in Kingsville, is currently under construction.
Petretta has established a sterling reputation by creating exceptional residential projects characterized by outstanding locations, stunning architecture, brilliant interior design and unmatched value.
What Types of Suites Are Available?
Bright, open concept and functionally designed two and three bedroom suites, ranging in size from approximately 1,100 square feet and up, are available for purchase.
How Much Do The Suites Cost?
Please click on the Pricing Schedule under the Floor Plans section of our website at www.harbourclub.info
Can I Buy An Extra Parking Spot?
Purchase of a Harbour Club suite includes one storage locker, one surface level parking spot and one underground parking spot. Additional underground parking is available for sale at $35,000 per spot.
Are Private Boat Slips Available For Sale And If So, For How Much?
Separately deeded boat slips are available at $75,000 per slip.
Do I Get To Select My Own Colours And Finishes?
This depends on the status of the home you’ve purchased. For pre-construction condominiums, colour selection begins shortly after the commencement of construction. You will be contacted by a Customer Care Representative to arrange for an appointment. At this time you will select colours and finishes (carpet, tiles, cabinets and countertops) and may also arrange for any upgrades or specialty items.
If you are moving into a completed home, Petretta will have selected some of the finishes and colours for your suite.
Am I Allowed To Have Pets?
Generally, pets are permitted in Petretta condominiums. It is advised however, to refer to the specific Harbour Club rules and regulations before purchasing.
What Are The Advantages Of Buying A Pre-Construction Home?
Buying your condo at the planning stage can involve a substantial savings and also allows you a much wider selection of floor plans, finishes and locations within the building.
What Are The Advantages Of Buying A “New” Home?
A new home will result in less maintenance, less repairs and in return, less expenses.
You will have the choice of décor and finishings, resulting in a home that meets your tastes, rather than someone else’s.
New homes are also backed by a Tarion warranty.
What Is A Tarion Warranty?
Tarion is a government regulated organization which regulates/licenses all builders and vendors of new homes in Ontario, and provides the following safeguards and benefits to all new home purchasers, namely:
Deposit protection of up to a maximum of $20,000
Provides a one-year all purpose warranty against defects in workmanship and materials
Provides a two-year “power train” warranty (electrical, plumbing, HVAC, etc)
Tarion also provides warranty coverage for the condominium’s common elements
Protection against major structural defects
Provides compensation to purchasers for delayed closings
Please see tarion.com for details of warranty coverage and limitations.
When Will The Condo Be Ready For Occupancy?
The Interim Occupancy Date is currently scheduled for Fall, 2021.
How Is Your Interim Occupancy Date Established?
Your interim occupancy date is the target date upon which it is estimated in your agreement of purchase and sale, that your home will be completed to permit occupancy. This date is dependent upon a number of factors, including the achievement of a threshold level of sales to permit the commencement of construction of the condominium building, and the particular location of your suite.
You will be kept up-to-date on the progress of the development, and will be given a revised occupancy date, once it has been established by the builder. Even though you will be moving into your new home on the firm occupancy date, you will not be getting title to it at that time, since the condominium will not be registered.
What Is Registration?
Registration refers to the formal creation of the Condominium Corporation. The process is initiated when the builder submits plans and paperwork to the requisite governmental authorities, once all of the units and common elements within the project have been substantially completed.
The condominium’s declaration and description are ultimately registered in the land titles office, following their approval by the requisite governmental authorities. The entire process may take approximately two to five months following your interim occupancy.
Does Petretta Have The Right To Extend The Occupancy Date?
Petretta may extend your tentative occupancy date provided that you are given a minimum of 90 days notice, prior to your original occupancy date and no later than 30 days following roof assembly.
Your final tentative occupancy date may then be extended by a maximum of 120 days, provided that you receive written notice a minimum of 90 days before that date. If this final extension is required, your occupancy date status will then change from final tentative to firm.
Remember that according to Tarion “the builder is not responsible for delays caused by strikes, fires, civil insurrections, floods or Acts of God.”
What Happens At Interim Occupancy?
Approximately 5 – 10 days prior to your firm occupancy date you will be asked to sign an occupancy agreement, along with a series of post-dated cheques for your anticipated occupancy fees, which will be delivered by your lawyer to Petretta’s solicitor.
When Do I Get My Keys?
Keys are given to you on the date that you take possession of your new home, and are part of the closing package you receive. Included in your closing package are any keys/access fobs required for common areas, two sets of keys to your home, two mailbox keys and more.
When Is Final Closing?
Final closing is the date upon which you will receive title to your home (unit), and will occur after the condominium (including all requisite by-laws) has been registered.
What Happens On Final Closing?
On final closing, the purchase and sale transaction governed by your agreement of purchase and sale will be completed in accordance with the statement of adjustments prepared by Petretta, in order to account for outstanding occupancy fees, realty taxes, common expenses, etc. At this time, your lawyer will receive a deed/transfer of title to your home (for ultimate registration), in exchange for your payment of the outstanding balance of the purchase price.
How Is My Moving Day Established?
The moving process is scheduled in an orderly fashion. It usually starts with lower floors and proceeds to the top floor. During the move-in process, corridors and lobby areas may remain unfinished, as the final touches are postponed until the majority of homes are occupied, to avoid damage to the final finishes.
Do I Need To Buy Property Insurance?
Yes, as the homeowner, it is your responsibility to obtain a condominium homeowner’s insurance package that covers contents and betterments, which the Condominium Corporation does not provide.