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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Great Gulf Homes

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Great Gulf Homes

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EDITOR’S CHOICE: Great Gulf Homes

Where nature meets nurture at Arbor Peaks in Milton

In Arbor Peaks, Great Gulf has made good on their promise to homeowners: Live Greatly. With their ever-evolving expertise — which comes from creating over 50,000 homes across North America — rest assured the builder has applied their superior design and engineering standards to the new phase of semi-detached, 31-, 36- and 45-foot detached homes.

Better yet, the community is located in desirable Milton, where the adjacent Niagara Escarpment has long been an irresistible natural attraction. Small wonder Great Gulf calls this a home to endless adventure.

Right now, Arbor Peaks homes are priced from the mid $700,000s, an extraordinary value, especially for this idyllic location – already an established community of nearly 400 homes – in the heart of Milton.

Great Gulf’s reputation as a transformative builder is clearly on display here. Even at first glance, you’ll understand the depth of thought that has gone into each home and to the community as a whole.

A naturally inviting neighbourhood of towns, semis, and singles, Arbor Peaks is a demonstration of well-considered design. Take a stroll down any sidewalk. It’s easy to immediately recognize the difference in the essential details. Superior workmanship with first-rate materials. And the subtle harmony of architecturally composed streetscapes.

From the moment you walk through the front door, the highlights inside also are readily apparent. Consider the features – all as per plan – that reward you with convenient laundry rooms, inviting dens and parlors, formal dining rooms, massive inviting family rooms, cozy eat-in kitchens with breakfast bars, sun-filled breakfast areas, plus family-sized, two-car garages.

Sizes in Great Gulf’s new release range from 1,615 to 3,560 square feet. No matter your square footage, your new home is thoughtfully appointed with a myriad of standard features.

Included in every detached home are main and second-levels with oak hardwood floors, separate shower with framed-glass shower enclosures in master ensuites, nine-foot main floor ceiling heights, Caesarstone kitchen and bath countertops, plus gas fireplaces (as per plan).

As well as transforming communities, Great Gulf is responsible for creating H+ME Technology. The process ensures you’ll benefit from superior energy efficiency and comfort, and reduced home maintenance.

GREAT GULF
Arbor Peaks

Located at 6382 Regional Road 25, Milton, the Sales Centre is open Monday to Thursday from 1 to 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; closed Friday.

905.878.2385

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GTA’s top builders and projects honoured at annual BILD Awards

GTA’s top builders and projects honoured at annual BILD Awards

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GTA’s top builders and projects honoured at annual BILD Awards

Mattamy and Great Gulf named as GTA Homebuilders of the Year, Hugh Heron wins Lifetime Achievement Award.

The GTA’s home building and land development industry recognized its top builders, projects and marketing initiatives at the 38th annual BILD Awards on Friday, May 4, 2018.

More than 1,300 industry professionals attended the event, which honoured achievements in planning, design, sales, marketing and city building in 51 categories. A group of 30 expert judges from across North America determined the winners from more than 900 submitted entries.

A highlight of the evening was the presentation of BILD’s Lifetime Achievement Award to Hugh Heron, principal and co-founder of Heron Homes. This recognition is the association’s highest honour and was presented to Heron for his 50 years of leadership in the building and land development industry.

HOMEBUILDERS OF THE YEAR

Taking home the night’s most prestigious awards for Homebuilders of the Year were Mattamy Homes for Lowrise and Great Gulf for Mid/Highrise.

The Homebuilder of the Year titles recognize the builders who set the standard for the rest of the industry through their professionalism and dedication to excellence.

The winners are leaders committed to quality, caring for their customers and contribution to their community. A key component of the judging process is a customer satisfaction survey completed by the builders’ purchasers.

The Great Gulf Group has been in business for over 40 years and includes Great Gulf, Ashton Woods, First Gulf, H+ME Technology, and Tucker HiRise. It has grown into one of North America’s premier real estate organizations. They have built their reputation by continually seeking to marry design, technology and experience in exciting new ways.

Mattamy Homes is the largest privately owned homebuilder in North America with a nearly 40-year history of operations across the United States and Canada. The company started in 1978, building one home in Burlington. Today they have over 90,000 homeowners in hundreds of master-planned communities. Mattamy is continually in touch with each homeowner from the first touchpoint at their sales centre, to when a purchaser moves in, to long after they have settled into their new home.

Hugh Heron
Hugh Heron

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

For the past 50 years, Hugh Heron has been a “builder” in every sense of the word in the province of Ontario. Today, he is one of the most active and influential professionals in the new home industry, as well as an avid media spokesperson for the building and land development industry in the GTA.

In 1967, Heron came to Canada and got his first job with Costain, a company that he had worked for in Scotland. In 1979, Hugh went off on his own to co-found Heron Homes with a group that he is still in business with today. Heron’s building entities has gone on to build over 8,000 homes in 50 communities across Ontario and has built over 1,000,000 square feet of commercial and retail space.

“For 50 years Hugh has given back to the industry that gave so much to him and his family,” said Wilkes. “He has served in leadership positions at some of the industry’s most important institutions, including chair of the Ontario New Home Warranty Program, past president of both the Greater Toronto and Ontario Home Builders’ Associations, and former senior board member of Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation (CMHC).”

Heron is also well known for his community and charity work, establishing the Mikey Network in memory of Michael Salem, a partner at Herity who died of cardiac arrest on a golf course in June 2002. The Mikey Network helps place Mikeys (public access defibrillators) in schools, workplaces and public access areas across Canada. These defibrillators have been used to save 39 lives to date and many more to come.

“Hugh Heron’s goal has always been to make the new homebuyer feel comfortable during the building process,” said Wilkes. “Hugh has always made the journey of new homeownership a positive experience. When someone buys a home from Hugh and moves in, he makes sure they feel ‘Home at Last,’ ”’ said Wilkes with a smile.

TOP AWARDS

The People’s Choice Award, determined by members of the public through online voting, was awarded to CentreCourt Developments and SmartCentres for their Transit City development in Vaughan.

“People’s Choice is a unique award because it is the public that decide the winner,” said BILD president and CEO Dave Wilkes. “Nearly 6,000 people voted for projects that competed for the best in city building that demonstrated how the industry is providing a wide range of housing options for GTA homebuyers.”

For community building, BILD has two categories for outstanding projects that embody the province’s smart growth principles: Best New Community (Planned/Under Development) for a project currently planned or under construction; and Best New Community (Built) which recognizes a completed project.

The Daniels Corporation won Best New Community (Planned/Under Development) for Lighthouse Tower East, located at Lower Jarvis Street and Queens Quay East. For its work on Harbour Plaza and One York, Menkes Development won the award for Best New Community (Built).

The Berkley by Arista Homes took home the award for Best Innovative Home Design, which recognizes cutting-edge design in lowrise homes that increase buying choices for entry-level consumers.

Best Innovative Suite Design went to Collecdev’s Unit E8, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit that maximizes living space.

Curated Properties and Windmill Developments won the award for the Best Midrise Building Design for The Plant, which seeks to bring new standards of sustainability and urban agriculture to Queen West.

For their outstanding leadership in the implementation of green building practices, Dunshire Developments was named Green Builder of the Year, Lowise, and Tridel was named Green Builder of Year, Mid/Highrise.

The Project of the Year, Lowrise title went to TACC Developments, Arista Homes Limited, DECO Homes, Fieldgate Homes and OPUS Homes for their Richlands development in Richmond Hill, while Curated Properties and Windmill Developments’ The Plant was selected as the Mid/Highrise Project of the Year.

The award for Best Overall Marketing Campaign went to the team of Graywood Developments and Community for their campaign for Peter & Adelaide.

The Stephen Dupuis Humanitarian Award was given to The Daniels Corporation and the Riley Brethour Leadership Award was given to Andrea DeGasperis-Ronco of OPUS Homes.

For a full list of winners, go to bildawards.ca.


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The Great Gulf Great Condo Event

The Great Gulf Great Condo Event

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The Great Gulf Great Condo Event

Great Gulf presents four distinct downtown projects under one roof for a one-stop shopping experience in a convenient location.

For the first time, Great Gulf presents four distinct downtown projects under one roof for a one-stop shopping experience in a convenient location. This extraordinary opportunity showcases Monde, Home, 357 King West and 8 Cumberland for interested buyers to discover their dream condo with 100 suites to choose from designed by award-winning architects.

The six-day public event at 357 King Street West (corner of King Street West and Blue Jays Way) begins Saturday, April 28, 2018 through to Thursday, May 3, 2018 (Saturday to Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Monday to Thursday 2 to 8 p.m.). Condominium prices start in the low $400,000s with occupancy available as early as winter 2019.

Interested buyers can click here to register in advance.


Monde
12 Bonnycastle Street
Lower Sherbourne Street and Queens Quay East

An enviable lakefront location near the downtown core describes it as among the world’s most desirable waterfront communities. Monde will be the premier 44-storey residence in a new international destination for shopping, entertainment and culture.

The stunning design was conceived by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie, his first residential project since the landmark Habitat ’67 in Montreal.

Safdie’s genius is complemented with sleek, custom-design interiors by Cecconi Simone.


8 Cumberland
Yonge Street and Bloor Street West

Designed by architectsAlliance with interiors by Thomas Pearce, a sleek, majestic tower rises above a classical podium; a confluence of heritage and modernity. Located in the heart of Canada’s most prestigious shopping district, 8 Cumberland rises 51 breathtaking storeys above Yorkville at Yonge Street.


Home
48 Power Street
Parliament Street and Adelaide Street East

Home brings the East front and centre, with a striking two-tower community (19 and 22 storeys) at the intersection of culture, creativity and art. At the corner of Power and Adelaide, two towers connect to a shared podium providing a central hub for all residents.

Core Architects and the creative minds at TACT Interiors have delivered great design that transcends typical urban living.


357 King West

King Street West and Blue Jays Way

This King Street condo, with its sky-high condominium, lively restaurants and theatres, trendy stores and offices, is the essential place to live, work and play. At 42 storeys, designed by Quadrangle with interiors by Figure 3, this highly coveted location puts essentials and luxuries within easy reach.


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EnerQuality Housing Innovation Awards announced

EnerQuality Housing Innovation Awards announced

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EnerQuality Housing Innovation Awards announced

Leading companies in sustainable housing recognized for their contributions and advancements in Ontario’s Green Building category

Ontario’s best Green Builders were celebrated at the EnerQuality Awards Gala (EQ Awards) at the Universal Eventspace in Vaughan. Hosted by Breakfast Television’s Kevin Frankish, more than 200 industry peers gathered to share concepts and accolades as together they help to move towards a more energy conscious future.

“Advancing energy-efficient techniques and tools are huge priorities in the building sector to continue to improve healthy living conditions, fight climate change and minimize unnecessary spending,” said Corey McBurney, president of EnerQuality. “The EnerQuality Housing Innovation Forum and Awards help to connect builders with the innovations they need to meet their design goals as well as spotlight the change-makers who are effecting policies and driving standards towards a shared goal of Net Zero housing.”

Among the biggest attractions of the Innovation Forum, which took place during the day, was the keynote from MaRS, Tom Rand, who offered tangible solutions to combat climate change, including his stance on pricing carbon and how sharing a new story of clean energy abundance has the power to engage the public and inspire action.

The highly competitive Innovation Gauntlet rounded out the day before the official award ceremony began, with IBC Technologies Inc. being named the winner for their Newest Innovation – IBC DC Series Dual Condensing Appliance. “The IBC Better Boiler product is a forward thinking, adaptable technology with integration to smart homes. This is a truly unique product and was a clear leader in this year’s submissions,” said Shaun Joffe, executive director of sustainability and building sciences at Great Gulf and judge of the Innovation Gauntlet participants.

The EQ Awards were enjoyed by all and featured special designations to highlight the outstanding contributions of industry leaders.

Larry Brydon, VP business development with Cricket Energy, was the 2017 Hall of Fame nominee. Brydon has been in the HVAC distribution and energy services market for more than 25 years. A past chair of Sustainable Buildings Canada and the Toronto chapter of the Canada Green Building Council, he currently serves on the board of directors for the Canadian Efficiency Alliance, the International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment (iiSBE), Sustainable Buildings Canada (SBC) and EnerQuality. Among his many achievements, Brydon led the Enbridge and Union Gas’s Savings by Design program. This initiative has participated in over 200 lowrise, and 50 highrise developer-design charrettes where they shared energy-efficient design alternatives resulting in 15 to 25 per cent energy improvement over the Ontario Building Code.

Doug Tarry of Doug Tarry Custom Homes was named Leader of the Year. It was a banner year Doug Tarry Custom Homes. Fresh off winning the inaugural Net Zero Builder Award from the Canadian Home Builders’ Association, his Project Hope, a fundraising event that was the first time a Net Zero home was built in just three days, raised funds for the family of the late Johnny Nooren, a building inspector from St. Thomas. The project won the 2017 Prestige Award from the Ontario Home Builders’ Association for Project of the Year Lowrise, and the trailer for the accompanying documentary was seen by more than 10,000 in movie theatres in Ontario.

Doug Tarry led his team of builders to receive the 2016 EQ Builder Achievement Award and now holds the 2017 title of Leader of the Year for propelling the company’s holistic Net Zero housing concepts with simple controls designed to allow homeowners to save money while living in a healthy environment.

Arista Homes was awarded the Impact Award, which was introduced in 2016 to recognize a builder’s significant voluntary progress in reducing carbon emission and outstanding achievements through energy efficient and sustainability practices. “Green initiatives and Energy Star participation have become staples of our building practices and we remain committed to continuing to improve our building practices and to lead by example,” said Franco Crispino, VP of sales and marketing. Arista Homes has proudly enrolled more than 1,200 Energy Star homes since the construction of its first multi-phase Energy Star community in 2009.

Other Award Winners

Partner Award: Enbridge Gas Distribution, Union Gas, Owens Corning

Enbridge Savings By Design: Remington Homes

Building Innovation Lowrise: Great Gulf Homes

Building Innovation Mid/Highrise: Times Group

Energy Star for New Homes Builder of the Year (small volume): sean.ca (Sean Mason Homes)

Energy Star for New Homes Builder of the Year (mid volume): Remington Homes

Energy Star for New Homes Builder of the Year (large volume): The Minto Group

Energy Star Champion of the Year: Jacqueline Collier, Tamarack Homes

Best Green Marketing Campaign: Doug Tarry Custom Homes

R-2000 Home Builder of the Year: RND Construction

Net Zero Home Builder of the Year: Reid’s Heritage Homes

Evaluator of the Year: Angela Bustamante, Building Knowledge

Builder Achievement Award: Shaun Joffe, Great Gulf Homes

Ontario Green Builder of the Year: Sifton Properties Ltd.

EnerQuality is Canada’s No. 1 certifier of energy efficient homes and the market leader in delivering award-winning residential green building programs. Founded in 1998 by the Ontario Home Builders’ Association (OHBA) and the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance (CEEA), EnerQuality’s mission is to accelerate housing innovation to improve building performance.


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25 Leonard Avenue

25 Leonard Avenue

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25 Leonard Avenue

Condo and homebuilders join forces to help house the homeless

(CNW) — As the weather turns cold for Toronto’s homeless population, the city’s Kensington Market neighbourhood is seeing construction begin on Toronto’s first purpose-built homes for homeless people in more than 10 years.

An excavator broke ground earlier this week in preparation for spring construction on the small strip of land beside St. Clare’s Multifaith Housing Society’s existing building at 25 Leonard Avenue, just east of Bathurst Street. This unique three-storey, 22-unit project was backed by neighbours and made possible with government and private sector support.

St. Clare’s construction partners — including home and condo builders, unions and construction associations — are stepping up to the plate in a $1 million fundraising effort.

The corporate donors are Aspen Ridge, Brown Group, Great Gulf, Greenpark, Heavy Construction Association of Toronto, Laurier Homes, Liberty Development, Lindvest, LiUNA Local 183, LiUNA Ontario Provincial District Council, Mattamy Homes, Menkes, Ontario Formwork Association, Silvercore, Tridel and Yorkwood.

Through its Open Door Program, Toronto is assisting the project with a $500,000 capital grant and waiving municipal fees and development charges.

“This was a must-do project for St. Clare’s. We are relieved to finally be through a two-year planning process and are grateful for the support of RESCON, Toronto Deputy Mayor Ana Bailão, Councillor Joe Cressy and our very supportive neighbours, said Andrea Adam, St. Clare’s operations manager.

“I applaud the hard work and vision of St. Clare’s to make this innovative project a reality,” said Bailão, chairwoman of Toronto’s affordable housing committee. “St. Clare’s is a model that works. Their partnership-based approach has created new opportunities for those seeking a safe, clean, affordable place to call home.”

“Ensuring access to safe and affordable housing for all our friends and neighbours is critical,” Cressy added. “We have a housing crisis in our city, and the new affordable homes at 25 Leonard Avenue are a crucial and welcome addition to our community.”

According to Michele McMaster, affordable housing consultant of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, “CMHC has investigated St. Clare’s operating model and found it to be replicable and scalable. We are delighted that St. Clare’s is inspiring private developers, and we hope to encourage more in the future.”

“We chose to support this project because we believe the construction industry should give back. St. Clare,s is a caring and effective organization that we respect, and we know that they have the right leadership to steer this project to success, said RESCON chairman emeritus Phil Rubinoff.

This latest intensification of the site follows the award-winning 2006 addition of 26 apartments to the roof of the building at 25 Leonard.

St. Claire’s is a charitable foundation and landlord responsible for 413 rental units in five buildings across Toronto to help get the homeless and hard-to-house into their own home to give them privacy and dignity.

RESCON is the non-profit association that represents more than 200 of Ontario’s residential builders. Its members build highrise, midrise and lowrise homes, including rental apartments and social housing.

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Great Gulf to acquire Mirvish+Gehry landmark project

Great Gulf to acquire Mirvish+Gehry landmark project

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Great Gulf to acquire Mirvish+Gehry landmark project

Great Gulf and Ed Mirvish Enterprises announced October 2, 2017 that they have reached agreement on the sale to Great Gulf of the site of the proposed landmark Mirvish+Gehry project in the heart of Toronto’s downtown Entertainment District.

“I am pleased to have concluded a transaction with Great Gulf that will see the realization and fulfillment of my vision for Mirvish+Gehry Toronto,” said David Mirvish, president of Ed Mirvish Enterprises. “I am delighted to have completed the development process that allows Great Gulf to create a wonderful addition to the Toronto skyline.

“In Great Gulf we have selected a developer who is capable of executing Frank Gehry’s vision, and will work well with him to bring the project to realization. I believe the project will do honour to the history of the people in the city who built it to what it is today and will continue to project Toronto’s possibilities onto the world stage. Ed Mirvish Enterprises and Projectcore will move forward to support Great Gulf’s efforts throughout the process as they fulfill Gehry’s vision for Toronto.”

The development on the site located at the intersection of King Street West and Duncan Street will feature the tallest residential structures in Canada. The development will comprise two towers with 82 storeys in the East Tower and 92 in the West Tower, anchored by a multi-level podium. The site is zoned for mixed use including retail, office, institutional, hospitality and condominium suites in the towers.

“We are very excited to add this signature project to our Great Gulf development portfolio. It will be Toronto’s first internationally acclaimed development from one of the world’s most celebrated architects, Frank Gehry,” said Great Gulf Homes president Christopher Wein. “It’s a magnificent development opportunity and aligns well with our vision to build iconic state-of-the-art developments.

“Toronto is truly a global city and this development will continue to build our reputation on the world stage. The entire team at Great Gulf is excited to work with Frank Gehry to realize the bold vision and legacy of David Mirvish.”

Established in 1975, the Great Gulf Group of companies including Great Gulf Homes is an international award-winning, lowrise and landmark highrise residential developer providing 50,000 families with places to call home. With major projects in Canada and the United States, the company’s fully-integrated activities span the entire real estate spectrum.

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Editor’s Choice: Great Gulf

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Editor’s Choice: Great Gulf

Going beyond the necessary to insure its purchasers

Great Gulf began in 1975 with a belief that we weren’t just building homes, but creating spaces. From breaking ground at our first lot, to becoming one of North America’s most respected home builders — we’ve come a long way. Great Gulf is now introducing a new standard to its homebuyers by purchasing insurance coverage on the full amount of their deposits.

Only the first $40,000 of a deposit on a freehold house purchase is currently covered by Tarion Warranty Corporation.(1) Recognizing that in today’s residential real estate market the average deposit usually exceeds this amount, Great Gulf has decided to purchase, at no cost to the homeowner, Westmount Guarantee Services Inc.’s Westmount Protect deposit insurance(2) on the balance of each new home deposit.

Peace of mind now comes standard when insuring your full deposit on a new Great Gulf home. A first in Ontario, Great Gulf and Westmount Guarantee Services are partnering to provide Westmount Protect deposit protection insurance with each new home purchase transaction. This program will be launching immediately with the new Westfield community location in Brampton.

“We’re always looking for new ideas and new innovations to provide our home buyers with the best possible options,” explains Christopher Wein, president of Great Gulf. “We pride ourselves in building homes to the highest possible standards of quality and design while ensuring that our purchasers have peace of mind when making a major investment commitment. We are delighted to offer this advantage to our customers so that they may benefit from the serenity of knowing their initial investment is protected.”

(1) Tarion Warranty Corporation administers deposit protection as provided under the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act.

(2) Westmount Protect deposit protection insurance is underwritten by Aviva Insurance Company of Canada.

GREAT GULF

Go online to learn about Westfield and other Great Gulf communities.

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Whitby Meadows

Editor’s Choice: Whitby Meadows

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Editor’s Choice: Whitby Meadows

Offering the largest new home selection of its kind in Whitby

This October 2017, six of the GTA’s most respected homebuilders will be holding the much-anticipated Grand Opening of Whitby Meadows, the GTA’s most sought-after master-planned community.

In one of the greatest Canadian powerhouse collaborations, Paradise Developments, Arista Homes, Fieldgate Homes, Great Gulf, OPUS Homes and DECO Homes will be offering the largest choice of new homes ever introduced in Whitby. Whitby Meadows offers an extraordinary selection of single detached homes, semis and freehold townhomes on lots up to 42-feet wide. Freehold townhomes will be priced from the $600,000s.

Offering unprecedented selection, service and convenience, Whitby Meadows brings together the expertise and resources of the most talented architects and professionals in the province.

Built around an inviting 10-plus-acre park, the family-focused master-planned community will feature both traditional and contemporary architectural details, absorbing the region’s small-town flavour and historic character.

Layouts at Whitby Meadows offer the maximum in style and comfort. The exquisite interiors will vary by builder. Some will include nine-foot ceilings heights, pre-finished natural oak solid flooring and natural gas fireplaces. The designer-inspired kitchens will include custom-quality upper and lower cabinetry, granite countertops with under-mounted sinks, imported ceramic tile and spacious breakfast areas. Master ensuites offer matchless luxury and space and tiled bathtub surrounds.

Located at Rossland Road West and Coronation Road, Whitby Meadows is central to all of Whitby’s major social and recreational amenities, including an abundance of excellent schools, parklands and open green spaces. The Whitby area offers over 68 kilometres of recreational trails, 127 playgrounds and more than 950 acres of lush, permanently protected parks. Families will also get to choose from some of the best educational facilities in the GTA with over 20 public schools and 10 separate schools in the immediate area.

The range of sports and entertainment facilities for the whole family is virtually endless. Chief among them is the Iroquois Park Sports Centre, Canada’s largest municipally owned and operated recreation facility. Furthermore, Whitby Meadows is just moments away from a variety of retail establishments. Rich in character, historic downtown Whitby offers first-class shopping with a unique collection of stores and restaurants.

Easy access to local transit, the Town of Whitby is well-serviced by a comprehensive network of local public transportation. Residents at Whitby Meadows are also in close proximity to the new Highway 412, Highway 401 and the Highway 407. The GO Transit station is also just minutes away, offering convenient access to both trains and buses.

The Whitby Meadows’ Sales Centre will be located on the northwest corner of Taunton Road East and Coronation Road in Whitby. The complex will feature a sales office for each builder to showcase their offering.

WHITBY MEADOWS

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Great Gulf

Editor’s Choice: Great Gulf

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Editor’s Choice: Great Gulf

Focusing on people and spaces

Life is all about spaces. You need space to grow. Space to think. A space to live in. And sometimes, you just need your space. Great Gulf began in 1975 with a belief that it wasn’t just building homes, but creating spaces. Spaces that work. Spaces that last. Now, more than 40 years and some 40,000 homes later, that belief has helped earn it the one thing that every great builder aspires to: a space in its customers’ hearts.

COME A LONG WAY

From breaking ground at its first lot in Cambridge to becoming a three-time winner of Home Builder of the Year, Great Gulf has come a long way. While a lot has changed in that time, one thing hasn’t: Great Gulf’s unwavering commitment to building great spaces that inspire the people who live, work and play there.

Spaces that inspire you to do great things. Where people interact and grow closer. After four decades, Great Gulf continues to grow, innovate and inspire people to live greatly.

THE PURSUIT OF GREATNESS

Design. Technology. Experience. As the key pillars of every Great Gulf project, these three little words are a big deal to them. It starts with innovative design that combines intelligent spaces with functional beauty. Guided by technology and building science, inspiration takes physical form. But before it builds anything in the real world, Great Gulf builds in a virtual one, allowing it to perfect every aspect before laying the foundation. This results in spaces that are quieter, brighter, healthier and more energy efficient.

Finally, Great Gulf’s unparalleled dedication to every customer creates an experience that is second to none, with a well-earned reputation that can only be described with one word: great.

LIVE GREATLY

Great Gulf’s goal is simple: build extraordinary spaces that inspire the people who inhabit them on a daily basis – in everything from thoughtfully designed urban developments like its home condominium in Toronto’s core, to beautiful master-planned communities like Hillsborough in Holland Landing, East Gwillimbury. And Great Gulf continues to look ahead to the future with plans, projects and ideas that are greater than ever.

Here’s to what lies ahead.

GREAT GULF

Go online to learn more about all of Great Gulf’s communities.

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home at Power and Adelaide

Cover Story: home at Power and Adelaide

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Cover Story: home at Power and Adelaide

Great Gulf and Hullmark have created a place to truly call home

Welcome. To a place that celebrates life.

To a place where you call the shots, in a neighbourhood you can call your own. Welcome to community, to kinship. To a building and a neighbhourhood that feels not just like a place to live, but a place to put down roots. Welcome home.

Great Gulf and Hullmark Developments are proud to introduce home – a downtown condo that feels like anything but. home is bringing the eastern edge of the city’s downtown area front and centre, with a striking two-tower community located at the intersection of culture, creativity and art.

Located at the corner of Power and Adelaide, home consists of two highrise towers, one 22 storeys and the other 19 storeys, connected by a shared podium that acts as a central hub for all residents. With amenities focused around artistry and innovation, the vision is that home can become a beacon for the new creative classes who are increasingly being drawn to the city’s core.

By partnering with Core Architects and the creative minds at TACT Interiors, the developers of home have ensured that great design will live here, too. Modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances offer space for eating and entertaining. Open-concept layouts create a feeling of home, whether you’re watching Netflix in the living room or living it up on your private terrace. And every aspect of the building’s design has been crafted to reflect the unique energy and culture of the neighbourhood that surrounds it. With suites ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom designs, home has a place for everyone, and every lifestyle.

The neighbourhood itself is big part of home‘s appeal. It’s the core without the congestion. Downtown without the ego. Urban living that puts you a stone’s throw from the best shops and restaurants, and steps from hidden gems and popular hotspots. It’s a neighborhood rich in authentic character, where feeling like a local is part of the landscape. Those who live here just get it.

home also boasts an inspired collection of features and conveniences — the kind you wouldn’t expect to find just an elevator-ride away from your suite. Like an artist’s workspace, a community garden, an outdoor pool, a welcoming park at the entryway that connects to the adjacent dog park, steam rooms, yoga and pilates studio, a pet spa and even an outdoor fireplace. In short: less like a condo, and more like a community.

So whether it’s discovering a new place to eat in the neighbourhood, or rediscovering your inner balance in the yoga studio, there’s no question that now’s the time to head home.

Great Gulf

Homeowners have been looking to Great Gulf to make their dreams of living better a reality since 1975. The company has built its reputation by continually seeking to marry design innovation, construction technology and dedicated craftsmanship, in order to create homes that are quieter, brighter, healthier, and quite simply better built.

Hullmark Developments Ltd.

For the past 60 years, Hullmark Developments Ltd. has been committed to shaping a vibrant urban Toronto. As city builders and city dwellers, the principals and staff of Hullmark believe in the potential of this great city, and are passionate about designing and enriching the places they invest in and call home.

Visit the Sales Centre, located at 139 Parliament Street. The Sales Centre is open:
from noon to 6 p.m. Monday to Thursday; and
from noon to 5 p.m. weekends;
closed Friday.

For further information register at HomeOnPower.com.

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