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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Kingsmen Group

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Kingsmen Group

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EDITOR’S CHOICE: Kingsmen Group

A name that represents passion, craftsmanship and confidence

The name may sound new, but Kingsmen’s lineage of excellence started over 30 years ago. Its goal is to deliver premium quality and value across every community it builds. Kingsmen understand that everyone lives a different lifestyle, each person has different needs and that even these things can change over time. Everyday Kingsmen does its very best to build a home that you’ll be proud of. A place that complements your lifestyle, no matter the lifestyle.

Kingsmen is thrilled to be able to introduce some of its amazing new communities, coming to a neighbourhood near you.

Havelock Corners in Woodstock is being built with families in mind. The latest release of Townhomes is currently 70 per cent sold but Kingsmen is excited to be releasing three- and four-bedroom detached homes very soon.

Stride on Lakeshore Road in Port Credit is the perfect place for working professionals looking to own a cool condo or town, while still being just 20 minutes from downtown Toronto.

Bayview is one of Kingsmen’s most exclusive builds to date. It was the mindset of Coco Chanel that inspired the design, and it is arguably the most brilliant collection of residences on Bayview Avenue, located just north of the Bridle Path.

Kingsmen is really excited about everything it’s doing right now, and 9560 on Islington Avenue might just be at the top of that list. When Kingsmen first approached this project, it wanted to craft a community that appealed to people who loved meeting and entertaining — an enclave that was familiar to a night out in Toronto, while being complemented by surrounding green space, like Boyd Conservation Park. It’s going to be an amazing collection of contemporary urban towns with a modern feel, surrounded by places to shop, eat and workout. All of this starting in the $500,000s. The arrival of 9560 is right around the corner, and Kingsmen always get excited when a concept becomes reality.

At the end of the day, Kingsmen promises to take care of you. The company promises to build a relationship with you and nurture it through regular communication, construction walk-throughs and a beautiful Decor Centre experience. Kingsmen will do everything it can to make you feel a part of its family.

KINGSMEN GROUP

Please go online to register for upcoming communities.

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Vaughan, Mississauga and Toronto sign Housing Pledge

Vaughan, Mississauga and Toronto sign Housing Pledge

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Vaughan, Mississauga and Toronto sign Housing Pledge

BILD sets out its four-point plan on how municipalities can help make housing more affordable and increase supply.

The Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) held press conferences in Vaughan, Toronto and Mississauga to launch its Build for Growth campaign that coincides with the 2018 municipal election.

The campaign outlines BILD’s four-point plan on how municipalities can help make housing more affordable and increase supply.

“Housing will be a key election issue in the Greater Toronto Area,” said Dave Wilkes, president and CEO of BILD. “Providing housing for the next generation is a challenge that needs to be solved in a partnership between residents, the building industry and municipal governments across the region.”

BILD’s four-point plan shows how municipalities can take a leadership role in increasing the supply of housing and support sustainable, affordable growth and make sure government fees, taxes and charges on new homes are fair and equitable, fund and build critical infrastructure, cut red tape, and adopt a Standard of Service Excellence for building permits and inspections in order to speed up building and renovations. The mayors of Vaughan and Mississauga, as well as Toronto’s deputy mayor, signed a Housing Pledge acknowledging that housing is an issue that must be addressed and that they are committed to engaging in a dialogue with government partners and the development community to expand the amount and types of housing options that are available. They believe that buying a new home should be a time to celebrate a major milestone and join a community. Over the next few months, BILD will be calling on all municipal candidates to sign the pledge.

BILD encourages citizens of the GTA and all municipal candidates to visit BuildForGrowth.ca to sign the Housing Pledge and make their voices heard. With 1,500 members, BILD is the voice of the home building, land development and professional renovation industry in the Greater Toronto Area.

http://www.bildgta.ca/


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The Mirabella Luxury Condominiums

The Mirabella Luxury Condominiums

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The Mirabella Luxury Condominiums

Experience Diamante’s new condo offering luxurious irreplaceable views in one of the last exclusive opportunities to live on the waterfront

Standing at 38-storeys, Diamante Urban‘s latest development, The Mirabella Luxury Condominiums — composed of a pair of stunning towers brought together by an elegant classically inspired podium — offers one of the last opportunities to live exclusively on the Lake Shore. The building will have a classical limestone look with timeless proportions, accents of bay windows, and tapered columns. The architecture, the luxurious irreplaceable views and the exclusive unprecedented amenity floor which contains over 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, define Mirabella.

Spacious and elegant in design, Mirabella offers many suite types including one-, two, and three-bedrooms, for spacious comfortable living. Dining areas flow seamlessly with living spaces, and the suites are equipped with sleek and efficient kitchens layouts with premium countertops and stainless-steel appliances. All suites have well sized balconies offering awe-inspiring views.

All suite owners share in a sumptuous 10th level dedicated to quality of life with forever spectacular views. The amenity floor features an array of social, wellness, and recreational amenities, including an indoor pool in the East Tower and a full spa with saunas and whirlpool in the West Tower – both with unobstructed views of the lake and city skyline. The professionally equipped fitness centre with a view over High Park, and quiet yoga studio with a view of the lake, welcome residents of both towers for a daily workout. Additionally, residents can relax and experience a serene oasis overlooking the lake and park through Mirabella’s shared outdoor terrace which is framed by greenery and features comfortable lounge and outdoor dining areas, barbecuess, and a reflecting pool.

Nestled in between Lake Ontario and High Park, Mirabella provides nearby access to many of the area’s top recreational and lifestyle amenities and locations. At Mirabella, you’re just ten minutes from Bay Street yet you are “a world away” from the congestion of Downtown Toronto. Here you can enjoy an oasis of nature-inspired amenities throughout the year: jog the Martin Goodman Trail, bike through High Park or Sunnyside Boardwalk, ice skate at Colonel Samuel Smith Park or simply watch the sunset over the lake from the comfort of your living room or the 10th level library or party room. With popular neighbourhoods such as Roncesvalles, Queen West, and Bloor West Village nearby and a bus stop at your doorstep, homeowners have access to an exceptional variety of shops, galleries, cafes, and bistros.

Visit the Presentation Centre, currently under construction on site, located at 1926 Lake shore Blvd. W. It is slated for a grand opening in September 2018. For further information or to register call or visit the website.

416.961.8008

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COVER STORY: M2M Condos

COVER STORY: M2M Condos

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COVER STORY: M2M Condos

Aoyuan International unveils official plans for 8.6-acre Master Plan to Transform Shopping Plaza Site into North York’s First Complete Live-Work-Play Community

Bringing their broad lifestyle intelligence about real estate and the built environment to Toronto, Aoyuan International will transform a dated shopping plaza and parking lot near Yonge and Finch subway into North York’s first true live-work-play community. The Hong-Kong listed developer group is rebuilding the arterial site to become a complete mixed-use community and family-friendly destination for both residents and adjacent neighbours. As Aoyuan’s largest community in Canada to date, M2M‘s master plan includes five new residential condo towers, 180,000 square feet of office and retail, a daycare, community centre and new public park.

“M2M will become a new destination for North York – a residential community with rich retail and office space, framed by an active new public park on the east,” says Vince Santino, senior vice president — development (Eastern Canada), Aoyuan Property Holdings (Canada) Ltd. “With Aoyuan’s healthy lifestyle intelligence baked into the master plan, M2M Condos will bring resort-like amenities, and the conveniences typical of a downtown neighbourhood to North Toronto. It will have everything. You really won’t have to go anywhere far if you live at M2M.”

Phase I of the new development will include 810 residential units, 35,000 square feet of retail commercial space facing Yonge Street and 40,000 square feet of office. A daycare and community centre will be integrated into Phase II. A new east-west active laneway will connect the new public park to Yonge Street, facilitating access and programming for the neighbourhood. A network of smaller scaled streets will wind through the M2M community, connecting residents to the new park and playground, and finer-grade retail.

Planned anchor tenants facing Yonge Street include a new corporate headquarters for Aoyuan, with a signature corner façade to mark their growing presence in Toronto. M2M is located approximately 150 metres from Yonge and Finch subway and GO stations, and will provide underground access to the future Yonge and Cummer subway stop.

As part of Aoyuan’s emphasis on putting healthy living first, there is a large fitness and wellness component to M2M’s amenities. Interconnected green spaces connect a wide range of suites from one-bedrooms to larger townhome units. Third floor condo amenities include a theatre and children’s play area along with a double height yoga lounge and fitness studio that faces an internal courtyard. The ninth floor features a barbecue, party room, and waterfall infinity pool with prime western exposure.

Showcasing distinctive architecture by Toronto’s Wallman Architects, a series of geometric glass block forms frame the site with playful textures to differentiate different faces of the building. “We are very excited about the way the building is addressing the new park to the east. We had an opportunity to design a very open and engaging façade anchored by townhomes that have direct access to the street,” says Rudy Wallman. “Functionality and views from the suites were another key focus of the design. Balconies face the park while light-filled living spaces take advantage of views of an internal courtyard.”

Integrating natural elements with modern living, interior spaces have been thoughtfully designed by one of Toronto’s top interior firms, Union 31. A grand two-storey residential lobby welcomes residents with natural materials infused with a blend of metallics and warm surfaces to create a serene Zen environment. Lobby features include oversized planters reflecting the natural outdoor landscape, a back-lit onyx reception desk, natural stone walls, warm wood ceilings and glamorous accents akin to a lush international hotel-style lobby.

Inside the suites, custom kitchens were designed with high-utility in mind and includes fully integrated appliances. Carefully thoughtout kitchens maximize efficiency, with storage needs provided by walk-in closets in select units. Multiple finish options suit diverse personalities and tastes.

“Aoyuan’s approach to creating healthy communities was central to the design, strongly influencing our use of natural materials and forms, and ensuring maximum access to natural light throughout the building,” says Kelly Cray, principal of U31 Design.

Suites in M2M Condos Phase One range from 500 to 1,400 square feet, priced from the $389,900s. To register visit the website.

M2MCondos.com


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NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH: Toronto Southeast

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH: Toronto Southeast

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NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH: Toronto Southeast

by Gale Beeby

Corktown, Distillery District, West and Lower Don Lands, East Bayfront and Lower Yonge

Housing Options

Corktown, in particular, is seeing a huge neighbourhood renaissance with many of the older homes being renovated and upgraded. But most of the housing stock in this area is condominiums. The West Don Lands and East Bayfront is seeing a massive boon in condo developments, with everything on offer from affordable housing to multi-million dollar penthouses.

Leisure Pursuits

A ride on a Segway, a performance at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts, a stroll through the Corkin Gallery, topped off by a coffee from Balzac’s and a little chocolate from Soma would be a perfect afternoon at the Distillery District.

Much of the southeast region of Toronto is still being built and a lot of its amenities are still to come, with the YMCA and the health and wellness facilities in the Canary District already open. Plans for the entire area are expansive; full details can be found on Waterfront Toronto’s website.

Parks & Rec

If a little sunbathing is in your future, head on over to Sugar Beach at the foot of Jarvis Street. It features a sandy beach, umbrellas, Muskoka chairs, a rocky amphitheatre, pedestrian areas and a splash pad. Sherbourne Common on Queens Quay East transformed a former industrial area into green space. Its signature feature is a 240-metre-long water channel featuring three art sculptures that rise almost nine metres, called “Light Showers,” by artist Jill Anholt.

Corktown Common borders the Don River, located east of Bayview Avenue, south of King Street East, and was built on remediated industrial lands. The park has playgrounds, a splash pad, athletic field, marsh, bike paths, a boardwalk and an off-leash dog area. It also boasts 7.9 acres of urban prairie.

Underpass Park, located under and around the Eastern Avenue, Richmond and Adelaide Streets overpasses, is the most extensive park ever built under a highway in Canada. It transformed a derelict space into a unique community park that boasts a playground, park benches, two basketball half-courts, an extensive skateboard park and flexible space that can be used for markets, festivals and community events.

Retail Therapy

There is so much retail popping up in the area you can shop until you drop, especially along Queen and King Streets and in the Distillery District, which has more than 80 shops offering a wide selections of boutiques and interesting craft and gift shops. Corktown, one of Toronto’s oldest neighbourhoods, has been pegged as the city’s next design district, and as you walk along Queen and King streets, you’ll find wonderful boutiques.

Easy Access

Streetcars ply Queen and King Streets and an LRT runs along Cherry/Sumach Streets, south from King Street through the West Don Lands to the CN rail corridor just north of the Gardiner Expressway. The LRT will be expanded south as the Lower Don Lands come under development. Bicycle paths and trails are also a large part of the redevelopment of the area.

WaterfronToronto.ca


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An iconic – some might say eyesore – home in Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood is about to be demolished, even though it has a heritage designation.

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The home was constructed in 1905 by a local builder, who covered the exterior in reddish brown tiles with elaborate motifs. Heavy winds in early April caused a large section of the exterior wall to fall off. City inspectors recently deemed the building structurally unsound.

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in.DE Condominium

in.DE Condominium

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in.DE Condominium

Coming Soon from Menkes – investing in the heart of the city

When it comes to downtown living, location is key, so when a building scores a near perfect Walk Score, and a 100 per cent perfect Bike and Transit Score, urban investors should not waste time.

Don’t miss the opportunity to invest in Menkes‘ newest 21-storey condominium tower in.DE, located at the corner of Dundas and Jarvis Streets, steps from everything downtown. With a booming economy, world-renowned reputation for diversity, and the downtown core population expected to soon double to over 500,000, Toronto is poised to continue its upward trajectory as a destination for investment.

The sleek tower is situated in a prime downtown location, rich with history and culture, and set within short walking distance to transit, shopping, hospitals, schools, entertainment, and more. The surrounding area is cast with popular local attractions which include: the Toronto Eaton Centre, Yonge-Dundas Square, Distillery District, St. Lawrence Market, Massey Hall, St. James Park, and two of Canada’s top universities, Ryerson University, and University of Toronto. It’s also a short walk to Bay Street (Canada’s financial capital), and home to the Toronto Stock market, and the country’s leading law and accounting firms.

Located at the centre of Toronto’s Innovation District, in.DE is set in a neighbourhood where technology, health sciences and education combine, and where technology and innovation centres are rapidly expanding. With Toronto’s $53 billion tech sector a leading sector in North America, it’s a community with enormous growth potential.

“This is such a special project because it really offers amazing convenience,” says Mimi Ng, senior vice president of Sales & Marketing at Menkes. “From in.DE, you are literally a four or five-minute walk away from everything you need. This location works for so many different buyer groups on so many levels.”

Like the vibrant and lively surrounding area, in.DE’s impeccable design also seeks to represent the best of everything. From unique architecture, and elegant interior designs, to superior amenities, Menkes has turned to the industry’s best and brightest, to create a project that will stand out in a changing neighbourhood.

Designed by the talented team at Turner Fleischer Architects, the building’s architecture compliments the curve of Dundas Street and its location at the end of a view corridor. The distinctive three-storey glass and brick podium, with its strong rectilinear form, has a gradual curve along its entire length. The tower’s brick and glass façade marries the old with new to create a distinctive structure, which will create a striking silhouette on the city skyline.

Inside the building, Patton Design Studio, one of Canada’s most celebrated interior design teams, has taken a modern, yet chic approach, which reflects the social atmosphere of the neighbourhood.

in.DE’s lobby and deluxe amenity areas have been designed to encourage a sense of community, while staying naturally elegant. The designers have thoughtfully used a variety of textures, materials and furnishings – to create inviting common spaces that will complement the lives of residents.

Building amenities include: a chic and cozy event lounge, a private dining room, a fully equipped catering kitchen, communal work area with lounge seating for collaborative work or study, a fully-equipped cardio studio with separate kickboxing and weight areas, yoga/mediation area with virtual console for classes, a play zone with table tennis and open lounge seating, and a spacious private landscaped outdoor terrace designed by NAK Design Group, which includes barbecue facilities. The building also features 24-hour concierge service, on-site bicycle storage and a luxurious hotel-styled guest suite.

in.DE will offer buyers a choice of studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den, two bedroom and three-bedroom suites.

Menkes is one of the most well-known and trusted home builders in Toronto, with over 60 years of history and more than 25,000 condominium units built. The company has been recognized as one of the top builders in Ontario for quality and customer service, and is also the builder of the super-luxury Four Seasons Hotel and Residences in Toronto’s Bloor-Yorkville district, and the landmark Harbour Plaza Residences and One York office tower complex in the South Core District.

Register now to be among the first to receive information about the project. Visit Menkes.com.


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Aqualuna

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Aqualuna

The Grand Finale to Bayside Toronto by Hines and Tridel makes stunning statement on Toronto’s waterfront

Wake up to the sun shining as it rises over the lake. Stroll down the waterfront promenade with an ice cream or go paddle boarding along the shore. Take in a beautiful sunset as you entertain friends from your private terrace. And fall asleep gazing at the city’s sparkling skyline. This is life at Bayside.

For years downtown Toronto has been synonymous with the CN Tower, surrounded by an urban core of gleaming towers of steel and glass, with buildings stretching 40, 60 and 80 storeys into the sky. But the greatest cities of North America, the truly great ones, don’t just look inwards and upwards.

New York. Chicago. Vancouver. Miami. Even Seattle, all have truly great urban environments looking out onto the waterfront, offering tranquil views onto Lake Michigan, the Atlantic or the Pacific oceans.

No stranger to this concept, Toronto has also realized the greatness that can be found at the edge of Lake Ontario, at Toronto’s beautiful waterfront. Undoubtedly, the most stunning, luxurious mixed-use, master- planned community along the lake is Bayside Toronto, by Hines and Tridel, in collaboration with Waterfront Toronto.

The award-winning developers have completely transformed the East Bayfront neighbourhood with the 13-acre Bayside Toronto Community. With three phases already in the market in varying stages of occupancy and construction, Hines and Tridel have just launched Aqualuna, the ultra-luxurious, grand finale to this dynamic and exciting community at Queens Quay East and Lower Sherbourne.

Designed by the internationally-acclaimed Danish architecture firm 3XN, Aqualuna boasts sweeping terraces and balconies that cascade down the building landscape, framed by two towers with a valley in between. The iconic towers and their terraces are angled to maximize views of the water, and encourage outdoor experiences, to relax or entertain on the spacious private terraces.

Toronto’s award-winning II by IV Design will create the interior design at Aqualuna, and the landscape architecture will be designed by Janet Rosenberg & Studio. This team will work to enhance 3XN’s decision to place the building’s shared amenities within the building’s “valley”, creating a perfect oasis where the indoor and outdoor amenities interact, with the amenity terrace overlooking Parliament Slip to the east and Lake Ontario to the southwest.

Anchoring the eastern edge of the Bayside community, Aqualuna will have some of the best views of the lake. This luxury residence will feature 225 luxurious condominium suites, available in three distinct collections (Urban, Lakeside and Terrace), ranging in size from 821 square feet to 4,622 square feet.

Aqualuna is the grand finale to the mixed-use, master-planned Bayside Toronto waterfront community by Hines and Tridel.

Don’t miss the last opportunity to live in luxury on the lake. Visit the Presentation Centre, located at 261 Queens Quay East. For further information visit the website.

416.514.2710

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BUILDER PROFILE: Plaza

BUILDER PROFILE: Plaza

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BUILDER PROFILE: Plaza

The Tarion Highrise Builder of the Year is launching two exciting new condo projects, continuing its commitment to excellence

Plaza, the Tarion Highrise Builder of the Year for 2018, is not only recognized for its zero deficiencies in virtually every suite, but also for their outstanding customer service. This award focuses solely on customer service, based on feedback from homeowners before, during and after move-in to their new home.

The company has garnished a reputation for quality construction together with high level standards in its buildings, and is known for offering home buyers some of the best locations in Toronto.

This year will be no exception as Plaza prepares to launch two exciting new condo projects in two of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods, Bloor West Village and North York. Like other Plaza projects, these two developments will be on transit lines.

Plaza knows from feedback gathered from its buyers that subway access is a priority for them, says Scott McLellan, senior vice president at Plaza. These buyers also want the advantages that come with living in walkable neighbourhoods.

Plaza’s Jane and Bloor site will offer an opportunity to live in popular Bloor West Village with its retail shopping and is within walking distance of the city’s famous High Park and many other parks.

“This one is exciting and it’s a different kind of market,” says McLellan. “I think we are going to see a lot of move-down buyers. It’s almost considered South Etobicoke and is in the Humber View, South Kingsway area. There will certainly be demand from empty nesters who want to downsize from large homes in the area, but I also see young professionals making a buying decision here as it will be metres from the Jane St. station. There will be a significant retail component along Bloor, keeping with the tradition of Old Bloor Village with shops you can walk to.”

“We have seen buyers who are purchasing two and three-bedroom suites, anticipating future family living, as well as a lot of 50-year-olds, knowing they’ll need space,” says McLellan. “Empty nesters want space for the grandkids to stay.”

Residents will enjoy living in a lively neighbourhood with an eclectic mix of 400 shops, restaurants, schools and services. It’s where you can shop for clothing boutiques, browse for a favourite read in a book store or for artwork in a local gallery, or enjoy an espresso or tea at a café or bakery. The Village boasts a rich array of dining choices, with restaurants dedicated to Vietnamese, Italian, Thai, Polish, Greek, vegan foods, to name just a few. Bloor West Village is the site of many events throughout the year, including the world’s largest Ukrainian Festival, Bloor West Street Fest and Santa in the Village.

With all the neighbourhood has to offer, it also has the distinction of being on two transit lines: the current Bloor-Danforth subway line and the coming LRT line that will run along Jane St. from Pioneer Village Station to Jane Station.

For buyers who prefer the uptown North York lifestyle, Plaza will be launching a 420 suite condominium at Yonge and Finch, with everything one needs to live a well-rounded urban lifestyle. The Finch subway, buses and close proximity to Highways 401 and 404 make getting anywhere a breeze. Just a short distance away is the Yonge Sheppard Centre, a major shopping centre that is undergoing a $300 million upgrade, and Mel Lastman Square, a public park with open space, a garden court, outdoor amphitheatre, fountains and reflecting pool, the location for many annual community events.

“This building will offer an affordable ownership alternative for those who want to stay in the Willowdale area,” says McLellan. “We have designed 75 per cent of the suites to be two-bedroom units or larger.”

North York is a city within a city, with excellent shopping, entertainment venues, numerous restaurants and cafes and parks. Along Yonge Street, it gives the vibe of sophisticated, bustling metropolis, yet a more tranquil atmosphere can be found just a few blocks away along quiet residential streets.

Buyers at both of these coming projects can expect more than exceptional locations. Since 1982, Plaza has been committed to providing a high level of standard quality in every condominium it builds. Plaza was among the first developer to include finishes such as granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, marble bathroom counters, porcelain tile, engineered hardwood and halogen lighting as standard features.

For more information about Plaza or its coming projects, visit PurePlaza.com.


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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Cover Story: Mattamy Homes

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Cover Story: Mattamy Homes

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EDITOR’S CHOICE: Cover Story: Mattamy Homes

For variety and location, Mattamy is right in your neighbourhood

Spring is a time of renewal. Nature is blooming. The sun is shining more often. The days are longer and warmer so it’s a perfect time to go searching for a new home. Where to begin?

Mattamy Homes is a great place to start. Whether you are searching for your very first home, or you need a larger home for a growing family, Mattamy can make the search very rewarding.

Since Mattamy built their first home in 1978, they have continuously brought innovation and architectural excellence to every home they build. Many of their communities are master-planned so families always have places to gather, playgrounds to visit and schools to attend within walking distance. Some communities also feature community centres, retail stores, ponds in the summer and skating rinks in the winter. Mattamy believes the community and your home should all be connected to create an enjoyable living experience.

A Mattamy community looks and feels different than other places. There are fewer homes per street so you don’t feel like you’re living in a cookie cutter environment. And the homes are offered in a variety of styles so each street has distinct character. Mattamy has always been an innovator in home design creating environments that simply make you feel right at home the instant you move in. They understand that open space allows for more fluid, free-flowing interaction.

Mattamy offers more choice in both exterior and interior finishes, so you can ensure the home you are buying is the home you always dreamed of. To personalize your home, Mattamy offers Architect’s Choice Options, which give homeowners an opportunity to make pre-approved structural changes before construction begins. These options are fully integrated into the home while under construction so you have the satisfaction of knowing that the home will be completely finished the way you want before you move in.

Mattamy’s state-of-the art Design Studios give their homeowners the choice to select every interior finish in your home. From granite countertops, backsplashes to trend-setting light fixtures, you will not be disappointed.

Mattamy Homes is the largest privately-owned homebuilder in North America with a 40-year history of operations across the United States and Canada. Every year, Mattamy helps 7,000 families realize their dream of homeownership. In the United States, the company is represented in 10 markets – Charlotte, Raleigh- Durham, Phoenix, Tucson, Jacksonville, Orlando (where its U.S. head office is located), Tampa, Sarasota, Naples and Southeast Florida. And in Canada, those communities stretch across the Greater Toronto Area, as well as in Ottawa, Calgary and Edmonton.

Mattamy has won numerous awards for community planning and home design including an unprecedented seven-time winner of the Homebuilder of the Year Award in the GTA.

No matter what you want from a new home, Mattamy has what you’re looking for from a stylish condo or townhome to a luxury detached home. A Mattamy home is a home you’ll value for a lifetime.

You’ll find a Mattamy community anywhere you want to live throughout the GTA.

Have a great spring and happy home hunting.

MATTAMY HOMES

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