Cover Story: Pemberton Group
Pemberton Group offers a wide selection of condominium communities in established neighbourhoods across the Greater Toronto Area. Each community has its own unique appeal and embodies a distinctive lifestyle, offering everything a home should be. Owning a Pemberton home also offers the peace-of-mind that comes from buying from a well-trusted builder.
Live In A Lighthouse On The Toronto Waterfront
The city's East Bayfront skyline is poised to take on an exciting new dimension this spring, when The Daniels Corporation introduces Lighthouse East Tower at Daniels Waterfront – City of the Arts. The East Tower follows hot on the heels of the highly successful Lighthouse West Tower. The demand is strong for more residential opportunities…
Builder Profile: Pure Plaza
Plaza poised for another benchmark year in 2017 with the March launch of the highly anticipated Plaza Midtown Condos in Yonge-Eglinton, in what's rapidly becoming Toronto's most desirable neighbourhood. The project between Holly Street and Dunfield Avenue will have two towers, 34 and 27 storeys, and eight townhomes.
Toronto's significant intersection of Sheppard Avenue East and Don Mills Road is forever changed, with the ongoing progress at the master-planned Emerald City community. Instantly recognizable by its colourful public art cones by Canadian artist Douglas Coupland, this remarkably successful neighbourhood boasts one of the Greater Toronto Area's most desirable locations. The Don Mills subway…
Local Focus - Kitchener
Living History In 1784, land was given to the Six Nations by the British as a gift for their … Continue reading Local Focus – Kitchener →
Local Focus - Hamilton
Before European settlers arrived to the area, the Neutral Indians used much of the land for agriculture, but were drive out by the Iroquois, who were allied with the British against the Huron and their French allies.
Local Focus - Clarington
Clarington is the most easterly municipality in the Greater Toronto Area, located along the north shore of Lake Ontario.
Local Focus - Guelph
Guelph was selected as the headquarters of British development firm, the Canada Company, by its first superintendent John Galt, a popular Scottish novelist who designed the town to attract settlers.
Local Focus - Barrie
Barrie was originally a housing and warehouse area at the foot of an aboriginal trail, the Nine Mile Portage from Kempenfelt Bay to Fort Willow, was a depot that marked the halfway point between Barrie and the Nottawasaga River.
Local Focus - Ajax
Ajax received its name from the HMS Ajax, which was part of a British flotilla commanded by Commodore Henry Harwood that routed a powerful German pocket battleship at the Battle of the River Plate during the Second World War.
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