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Editor's Choice: Shining Hill by Regal Crest Homes

Why the spotlight is on the new Regal Crest Homes’ Shining Hill community in Aurora/Newmarket

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Why the spotlight is on the new Regal Crest Homes’ Shining Hill community in Aurora/Newmarket

Coming October 26, 2019, Regal Crest Homes has the ideal location for those dreaming of a life in Aurora/Newmarket! Located in the beautiful area at St. John’s Sideroad and Yonge Street, Shining Hill will showcase beautifully designed traditional and rear lane townhomes, semis and single detached homes on the border of Aurora and Newmarket. Imagine living in the Shining Hill community where you can easily access the best of two towns!

Aurora is a desirable, affluent, town that prides itself on community and the charming character that only a small town can offer. It is in top 10 Ontario towns and cities to live in Ontario by recent 2019 Maclean’s ranking and in top 10 communities to raise a family. Aurora is home to Magna International, the largest manufacturer of automotive parts in North America.

Newmarket has consistently been named one of the Best Places to Live in Canada by MoneySense Magazine 2018 and has garnered an international reputation for being one of the country’s most dynamic, diverse and desirable towns to live and work in. Newmarket is also widely considered a progressive place with a reputation for innovation, particularly in its environmental projects.

Both towns offer access to many schools, including French Immersion, International Baccalaureate and private schools like St. Andrew’s College in Aurora. You are closely situated to the beautiful Oak Ridges Moraine, a preserved geological area that runs through the town of Aurora, giving you access to lots of trails in the area, which you can enjoy all year round. There a number of local parks, notably the just started Wildlife Park, community centres, like the Stronach Aurora Recreational Complex and the Aurora Family Leisure Complex which has skateboard park, pool, and arboretum. The state-of-the-art Magna Centre recreation complex in Newmarket offers hockey rinks, a pool and indoor gym.

Shops and restaurants are just some of the amazing amenities that will surround you. Having access to big box stores in both Aurora North and Newmarket, along with Upper Canada Mall, can make shopping a breeze. There are also plenty of dining establishments both large and small. The new homes in Shining Hill will be within short driving distance to both Hwys. 400 and the 404, making commuting to neighbouring towns such as Richmond Hill and King City convenient and easy.

Regal Crest Homes is an established builder for over 50 years, where quality and integrity have gone hand in hand. Attention to detail and stellar customer service have made Regal Crest one of the most successful builders in southern Ontario. They are currently selling new homes in the following communities:

Shining Hill

Live brighter at Shining Hill! Don’t miss out on this fantastic location and opportunity for this new community on the border of Aurora/Newmarket, coming October 26, 2019. To register call (905.669.5003) or visit the website.


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Lindvest's Aurora Glen

Aurora Glen by Lindvest brings bright, airy and unique townhomes

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Aurora Glen by Lindvest brings bright, airy and unique townhomes

Lindvest is having another incredibly productive year doing what it does best: Building homes. Five of the company’s projects are actively under or nearing construction all across the GTA: Aurora, Brampton, Markham, Newcastle, and Toronto. From detached homes, elegant townhomes, to highrise condos, Lindvest occupied close to 500 homes in 2018, and is on pace to inviting continue this trend into 2019. All of these incredible accomplishments are complemented by several exciting new projects.

Aurora Glen

The most recent release of the Aurora Glen townhomes is one not to be missed. The third phase of this beautifully planned community in Aurora is now open. Located just north of Leslie St. and Wellington, you are invited to tour the model home and visit the sales office.

These townhomes are uniquely bright and airy. Floor to ceiling windows in nearly every room cast volumes of natural light, emphasizing tall ceilings and spacious interiors. A serene escape just north of the city, this dazzling home is the ideal opportunity to entertain your friends and family in a beautiful lush community filled with trees.

Now open, the fully decorated model townhome is a must see. Designed and decorated by Toronto interior design firm Rebecca Hay Designs, whose specialty is creating high-end family friendly interiors that are distinguished yet inviting, the model townhome is classic, contemporary, and a true entertainer’s dream. Rebecca and her team added custom details such as upgraded crown moldings and coffered ceilings to elevate sophistication.

Having a little fun with colour adds to the family friendly vibe. Bright bold colours in the family room add personality to the otherwise classic construction of the home. A soft palette in the kitchen with leathered black granite countertops and marble backsplash adds texture and class. Matte black and soft greys contrast with warm brass lighting and thoughtful details throughout the open concept space.

Rich black traditional style interior doors have sleek matte black handles to match. The hardwood flooring throughout the main floor balances with natural marble mosaic tiles in the entry and powder room. A true gem, the powder room is your hidden delight, presenting playful wallpaper paired with a sleek black faucet. It’s a fun little surprise waiting around the corner to inspire guests.

The master bedroom celebrates style and elegance with its wallpapered tray ceiling. A bright and spacious corner bedroom leads into a large ensuite complete with a soaker tub, curbless glass shower, and double vanity. The design team raised the wow factor by adding gorgeous large format tiles to all the walls. Beautiful brass touches elevate the design by including brass faucets and fixtures by Moen. A stunning modern chandelier hangs above the tub radiating extra sparkle.

As with all previous phases in this community, these townhomes are equipped with smart thermostats, intelligent locks and LED lighting.

These townhomes need to be experienced to be appreciated. There are 29 units nearing completion, several of which are already move-in ready, launching a truly unique buying opportunity.

Starting from the west and making its way east, Lindvest has these other communities to offer in 2019:

North Oakville is currently open and features contemporary and traditional elevations of 36-, 38-, 41-, 43- and 45-ft. single-detached homes. North Oakville is located on the east side of 6th Line, between Dundas St. and Burnhamthorpe Rd. Set amid one of the region’s most coveted neighbourhoods, the natural splendor of North Oakville makes for a setting beyond compare.

Klein Estates is slated to open soon is located at Pine Valley Drive and Teston Road. This community will feature 42- and 50-ft. estate homes just moments away from the charming village of Kleinburg. A beautiful and historical town, it has managed to retain its charm without sacrificing convenience. Purchasers will discover delightful restaurants, cafes, coffee bars and boutiques to explore. For the exteriors, Lindvest teamed up with Suriano Design Consultants, a full-service architectural practice with an award-winning portfolio of residential projects. The interiors will be designed by Jane Lockhart Design. This award-winning interior design firm offers premium level knowledge, creativity, and competency through all phases of every project. Jane Lockhart’s team will bring their well-known brand of detail-driven perfectionism to the finishing line. These are sure to be spectacular homes.

Sonic Condos are well into the sky, with only a few tower units available. The last and final phase of this project is UltraSonic townhomes, which will be opening soon. Across from the Ontario Science Centre, and steps from the highspeed Eglinton Crosstown, UltraSonic follows in the same futuristic footsteps of its predecessors, Sonic and SuperSonic. An über modern addition to the Sonic community, UltraSonic will up the ante on the brand’s “future perfect” promise. High on style and luxury, these limited-edition townhomes will offer all the companion bells and whistles one would expect. If you’re into high style and luxury, this is a project not to be missed.

The Towns at Gracefields are part of a master-planned community located in Newcastle, Ont. These classically styled townhomes feature spacious floorplans ranging from 1,400 to 2,100 sq. ft., making them ideal for families. Already well under construction in a beautiful country setting, these townhomes will be move-in ready this year.

Aurora Glen
Sonic Condos
The Towns at Gracefields
North Oakville
Klein Estates

To find out more about these communities visit the website.


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Local Focus: Aurora & Newmarket

Aurora & Newmarket: Close to Toronto, but far from the hustle of city life

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Aurora & Newmarket: Close to Toronto, but far from the hustle of city life

With some homebuyers priced out of the downtown Toronto core, not to mention limited availability, many are heading to the suburbs in search of more affordable homes.

Those looking north – to Aurora and Newmarket – may indeed find savings. They may also get more bang for their buck, in the way of larger properties and lots for those prices.

But it isn’t all about paying less in Aurora and Newmarket, where proximity to nature, including the Oak Ridges Moraine, and expanding highway and transit infrastructure, make living here and working in Toronto an appealing option.


Located in York Region, Aurora is an increasingly popular and affluent town. According to the 2016 Census, the population here grew 4.2 per cent from 2011 to 55,445 – but is forecast to grow to more than 69,000 by 2020.

With an average household income of more than $155,000, Aurora is one of the wealthiest towns, not just in the province, but in all of Canada.

What’s causing such growth? An increasingly diverse economy and business expansion, which drive housing demand and rising prices.

Through it all, Aurora has been able to maintain a small-town feel. In 2016, it was ranked as one of the Top 25 places to live in Canada.

Still, the October 2018 municipal election brought change to Aurora. Tom Mrakas unseated incumbent Geoff Dawe, running on a platform centred around housing and growth. He had said he wants to ensure better land use planning decisions are made through the Local Appeals Body and by implementing a Design Review Panel. He also intends to uphold the Official Plan and continue to oppose golf course redevelopment and improve municipal infrastructure.


Located just seven kms north of Aurora, with a population of more than 85,000, Newmarket, too, gets lots of love.

In a recent survey conducted by the Town, 95 per cent of residents said they are satisfied with Newmarket as a place to live, and 80 per cent are satisfied with overall service levels.

“The feedback received from the Community Survey results support Newmarket’s reputation as one of the Best Places to Live in Canada, according to MoneySense Magazine,” says Mayor John Taylor.

Like neighbouring Aurora, Newmarket was ranked in the top 25 communities in Canada in 2016 and 14th among best small cities. In 2017, Amazon Canada rated it as number 20 of the top 100 most romantic cities in Canada.

Also, as was the case with Aurora, the elections last year brought change to Newmarket, when then-Mayor Tony Van Bynen decided not to seek re-election. John Taylor took over, making the economy, business growth, community building and expanding new housing developments his top priorities.

Location, location, location

Aurora, population 55,445, 49 kms north of Toronto

Newmarket, population 84,224, 7 kms north of Aurora

Select upcoming housing developments, Aurora

Queen’s Grove by North Star Homes, luxury homes, Yonge Street and Bloomington Sideroad

Shining Hill by Townwood Homes, detached, semis and townhomes

Aurora Townhomes by Andrin Homes, townhomes

Select upcoming housing developments, Newmarket

Glenway on the Green by Lakeview Homes, bungalows

Estate Homes at Copper Hills by Redwood Living, estate homes

Redwood on Yonge by Redwood Properties, adult lifestyle condominiums


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John Tory

GTA mayoral elections – who won and where they stand on housing

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GTA mayoral elections – who won and where they stand on housing

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Housing policy, affordability and supply were among the key issues in many municipalities leading up to the Oct. 22 Ontario elections.

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) and others did their best to alert voters to the issues, and to gage candidates on how well they understood them.

Homes Publishing did its own assessment of a selection of GTA municipalities in the context of housing development.

But now that the results are in (well, most of them), let’s take a look how some of the notable races shook down, and the various policies of the newly elected mayors, with help from BILD.



Tom Mrakas (New)
Housing and growth: Proposes to protect Aurora’s Stable Neighbourhoods from “monster home” infill, by using planning tools such as Interim Control By-laws. Also wants to ensure better land use planning decisions are made through the Local Appeals Body and by implementing a Design Review Panel. He intends to uphold the Official Plan and continue to oppose golf course redevelopment. Improving municipal infrastructure, through complete streets, is also a priority.
Taxes: Proposes to reduce the tax levy.



Patrick Brown (new)
Housing: Proposes to create a streamlined, more efficient approvals process at City Hall for new home construction and renovations across all levels of affordability. Proposes to develop a housing strategy that encourages neighbourhood-sensitive development of rooming houses, basement apartments and in-law suites.



Marianne Meed Ward (New)
Growth: Opposes overdevelopment of Burlington and will seek to control growth by reducing provisions in the Official Plan, as well as accept growth only when infrastructure can handle it.
Housing: Intends to secure affordable housing with inclusionary zoning and require new development to provide a percentage of senior-friendly units. Intends to set greenspace per population targets within reasonable walking distance through prioritizing parkland over cash-in-lieu for major new developments.



Allan Thompson
Housing and growth: Supports housing and growth management initiatives that will maintain the characteristics of Caledon’s communities and create opportunities for residents and future residents of live, work and retire.



Virginia Hackson
Housing: Proposes to complete the first phase of growth of 7,000 homes. In terms of transportation corridors, plans to work with the Mayor of Bradford to solve gridlock on roads between Hwys. 404 and 400.
Infrastructure: Proposes to work with the Province and local MPP to deal with the delay of the Upper York Sewage Solution which will ultimately eliminate the Holland Landing Sewage Lagoons. Proposes to address the need for quality broadband in the community.



Rick Bonnette
Housing: Proposes to continue to manage difficult conversations around intensification and growth the Province has mandated and the development residents are seeing.



Steve Pellegrini
Plans to focus on business growth, the new municipal office, the library and seniors centre expansion project, as well as road beautification in the township.



Bonnie Crombie
Housing: Intends to institute an Inclusionary Zoning policy to incentivize the building of new, affordable units. Proposes to form partnerships with leaders in affordable housing to get new buildings in the ground on a faster pace.
Environment: Proposes to work with staff to bolster Green building standards that will improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas and improve urban forest canopy.
Development: Supports Mississauga’s office for a Development Ambassador.



John Taylor
Economy: Top priorities include jobs and the economy, community building and parks recreation and trails. Wants to the Renew Economic Development Strategy and increase jobs in the community. Grow the city’s broadband company to deliver affordable high-speed internet to local businesses. Proposes to keep taxesbelow GTA average.
Growth: Proposes to meet regularly with existing employers and grow local business base.
Community Building: Proposes to protect neighbourhoods – intensify in the right places.
Housing: New housing developments must include options for low/moderate-income families. Create a community inclusivity round table and increase senior-friendly housing and recreation.



Rob Burton
Growth: Proposes to continue to protect Glen Abbey through the use of Cultural Heritage Landscape provisions and court challenges.
Environment: Proposes to focus on protecting greenspace and the environment and controlling growth.



Dan Carter (New)
Growth/Housing/Transit: A 4-Pillar Platform includes creating affordable, vibrant, healthy communities that invests in active transportation networks and creates employment opportunities with industries.



Dave Barrow
Growth: Proposes to continue with the Town’s economic vitality, build a strong community, manage our growth to respect the existing neighbourhoods and lead a responsive and efficient government.
Housing: Proposes to work with the Province and the Region to increase the rental housing supply, maintain the existing rental supply and add affordable ownership homes. Allowing secondary suites in existing homes will also create new housing once new by-laws that monitor the neighbourhoods are in place. Also believes the Town needs to review and update its 10-year-old Development Plan in order to process new development applications. Zoning By-laws also need to be brought into the “urban” town.



John Tory
Housing: Proposes to build 40,000 affordable rental units over 12 years. Leverage City lands, including lands surrounding TTC Stations.
Property Taxes: Keep property taxes at or below the rate of inflation. Supported City Council’s plan to implement water rate increases dedicated to improving storm and wastewater infrastructure.
Transit: Continue to build out the transit network plan – SmartTrack.



Dave Barton
Growth and development: Proposes a seven-point platform, a main concern is the competing interest between farmland and “irresponsible and ill-considered development.” Wants to ensure that growth has clear collaboration with the livelihood of people who depend on the land.



Maurizio Bevilacqua
Taxes: Promises to keep Vaughan as one of the lowest taxed municipalities in the GTA. Focus on transit and roads to keep Vaughan moving. Working closely with government partners at all levels to ensure wise investments for new transit initiatives and improvements including the Yonge Subway, VIVANext, as well as road building and widening.
Innovation: Will transform the City of Vaughan into a hub for education, culture, sports and the arts by building the infrastructure required to achieve excellence and improve accessibility.
Other: Continue to excel in environmental stewardship. Support and attract small and large businesses to Vaughan.



Iain Lovatt (New)
Growth: Proposes to preserve heritage that is integrated with future development. Integrating heritage built form into new developments as well as establishing Heritage Conservation Districts and site plan bylaws in heritage areas in town are identified a must.
Development: Within the first 100 days, hopes to assemble a meeting of commercial-industrial landowners to get everyone on the same page, about the 404 corridor and the servicing for the area going forward. Believes that these underserviced and underutilized lands represent about $1 billion in new tax assessment for Whitchurch-Stouffville.



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Emphasis on beautiful architecture and quality-crafted homes

Lindvest is a Toronto-based real estate development group with deep roots, spanning six decades in the award-winning, highly-respected H&R family of companies. Their signature emphasis on beautiful architecture and quality-crafted homes, has made them a popular choice among homebuyers who are looking for a little more than the ordinary fare.

Lindvest builds well-planned, innovative communities in areas that fuse nature with convenience. Whether it’s a charming subdivision in a pristine setting or an iconic highrise in the city, Lindvest’s award-winning communities are as vibrant and unique as the people who live in them. From convenient locations and beautiful settings to innovative designs and luxurious finishes, every detail of a Lindvest neighbourhood is rooted in the company’s deep passion to help better the lives of their homebuyers.

Presently, Lindvest has communities coming soon in Vaughan, Oakville and Aurora. Each is singularly unique and offers an incredible variety of options.


The beauty of nearby Kleinburg Village will soon be celebrated in a master-planned community of impressive estate homes. Here, Lindvest, with its long history of fine building in the GTA, is bringing its signature style to Klein Estates at Pine Valley and Teston Roads. This spectacular collection of traditional and contemporary homes on 42- and 50-foot lots will be polished to perfection with upscale refinements hand-selected for their beauty, functionality and quality.

A decidedly rural ambiance but far from isolated, Klein Estates offers the peace and tranquility of the countryside with fast connections to its urban neighbours. Downtown Mississauga is just 20 minutes away by car, Thornhill a mere 10 minutes, while Toronto’s Union Station is a fast 45-minute commute by GO Transit train from the Maple station just 10 kilometres away. Served by Highways 400, 401, 27, 407 and 427, Klein Estates is easily accessible for commuters.

Life in this lovely community is imbued with charm and art. Marketed as “The Art of Time Well Spent,” the Village of Kleinburg reflects the quaint ambiance of a turn-of-the-century town with modern accoutrements like a delightful Starbucks that attracts cyclists from around the GTA. Kleinburg is chock-a-block with one-off restaurants like Avenue Cibi e Vini, Avlyn Gardens Ristorante, Bellsito Trattoria, Chartreuse, Cookie Crumble Eatery and The Longchamp Pub. Wander the quaint village streets and discover its many unique shops and boutiques all in a lush forested setting where rolling hills and magnificent scenery forms the backdrop to life at a more relaxed pace.

Not far away, the famous Kortright Centre offers a tribute to conservation helping people understand, enjoy and look after the natural environment with a vision to create The Living City, where human settlement can flourish forever as part of nature’s beauty and diversity. Close by, the well-loved McMichael Canadian Art Collection, home to Canada’s treasured Group of Seven masterpieces, offers programs and events for adults and children alike.

Kleinburg is home to the Binder Twine Festival, held yearly in the month of September. The tradition of the Binder Twine Festival originated with Charles Shaw Jr. who, in the 1890s, began selling binder twine to the local farmers. Binder twine was used to tie together sheaves of wheat. In appreciation for their business, Shaw gave his customers a modest dinner that eventually became a large community festival complete with games, refreshments and entertainment.

Like the community around it, Klein Estates is unique, with its own personality and style. Considered a bright beacon of creativity in a sea of architectural conformity, Klein Estates’ homes will blossom into beautiful streetscapes traversing delightful forests and rolling hills. This is a family neighbourhood where kids can experience a safe and happy childhood, where parents can enjoy all the trappings of a privileged lifestyle, where neighbours become friends and where life is good.

Klein Estates will be one not to be missed.


As one of three prestigious builders, Lindvest is shaping a stunning community of single-family homes called North Oakville. Located a short distance from the city’s Uptown Core, North Oakville is a one-of-a-kind community within a city that has been named the best place to live in Canada by MoneySense magazine. MoneySense gathered data on 415 cities across the country and ranked how they measure up in 10 categories – wealth and economy, affordability, population growth, taxes, commute, crime, weather, access to healthcare, amenities and culture. In an article published July 31, 2018 in MacLeans, Oakville was not only the best place to live overall, but “the best place for new Canadians, the third best place to retire and the fifth best place to raise a family.” Oakville placed in the top 25 per cent of all cities in six out of 10 categories.

Despite a growing population (recent census pegs Oakville at 200,000), it still retains its small-town charm. Which is a compelling reason for people looking for a detached home in a prestigious community to consider Lindvest’s North Oakville — opening later this fall.


Seventy-two beautiful townhomes ranging in size from 1,725 to 2,362 square feet are well on their way to completion in Lindvest’s Aurora Glen community. Priced from the mid $900,000s, these homes are conveniently located close to all of the amenities of Aurora.

This is a great place to live and raise a family. Aurora has been ranked in the top 10 of wealthiest towns in Canada. With four secondary schools and numerous elementary schools Aurora has outstanding choices. The highly prestigious St. Andrews College, a private independent school for boys, is also located in Aurora.

Aurora has a long history of theatre, with its own community theatre group, Theatre Aurora. The group currently produces five shows each year as well as two youth shows.

With only 23 homes available for purchase, be sure to watch for the model home unveiling set to take place this fall.


Lindvest will be offering new communities in Oakville and in Brantford.


Go online to register for all of Lindvest’s projects.



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New and natural detached living in Pickering and Aurora

Fall signals a resurgence of movement in the new home market. When school starts, and summer holidays are now memories, people find time to absorb change and plan for the future.

Geranium has been delivering quality new homes and communities for more than 40 years. Today, two remarkable lifestyle opportunities are ready for discovery.

Allegro has a fabulous downtown location with preserved green space and walking trails.
Allegro has a fabulous downtown location with preserved green space and walking trails.


Allegro is nestled in Aurora’s downtown core on a rare former golf course property, minutes from Yonge Street and bordering Bathurst Street. New cul-de-sac streets, and homes on gracious 52-foot and 61-foot lots, are woven into an established neighbourhood where existing trees reach above the rooftops. Almost half of the community is preserved as a park and greenspace for residents of Allegro and all of Aurora to enjoy. Allegro presents a unique lifestyle opportunity where every store and restaurant you can imagine is at your doorstep.

Timeless architecture is combined with contemporary designs that reflect the way families live, with flexible open-concept areas, as well as private spaces, which may include an office or a library, ideal for today’s work-from-home culture.

Allegro offers four and five-bedroom layouts with two- and three-car garages, in two-storey and bungalow-loft configurations plus many options to personalize, such as an elevator and a dog wash. Homes have oversized patio doors opening onto a wonderful covered loggia, providing magnificent views and connection to mature treed backyards.

With striking exteriors, flexible designs and outstanding finishes in a sought-after locale, Allegro is perfect for purchasers seeking a luxury forever home. Floorplans range from approximately 3,100 to under 4,400 square feet with prices starting from $2 million.

Edgewood offers desirable family-sized homes.
Edgewood offers desirable family-sized homes.


Discover a new collection of detached homes in a mature, family-friendly neighbourhood adjacent to preserved woods and close to everything in Pickering. Edgewood offers just 21 residences set on 43-foot and 50-foot lots on Woodview Avenue, west of Altona Road and north of Twyn Rivers Drive.

Edgewood has a peaceful residential setting, while close to Pickering Town Centre and the bustling Frenchman’s Bay waterfront. Nearby are two GO Transit stations and Highways 401 and 407. Just around the corner, Altona Forest is a 102-acre urban forest with a four-kilometre trail system.

Choose from seven model types; each has three levels of finished living areas with handsome brick and stone facades, recessed garages with space for up to three cars, front porches and backyard walk-outs. Edgewood plans range in size from 3,200 to 4,000 square feet with prices starting from $1.3 million.

Geranium is an award-winning homebuilder with a reputation for quality construction. Homes are built better than Ontario’s Building Code and constructed with the company’s stringent building materials and methods for lasting value.

Just as you will shop around for the right home, also consider exploring the options for a mortgage provider; credit unions, for example, offer product alternatives to the big banks.


Visit Geranium’s website to learn more about Allegro in Aurora and Edgewood in Pickering — and all of Geranium’s communities.



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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Treasure Hill

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High quality homes in perfect locations

Treasure Hill is dedicated to providing every single client with the highest quality home, in the perfect location. It’s expert team has successfully constructed countless stunning communities, breathing new life into many cities and towns.


The town of Aurora is known for its welcoming environment and its abundance of popular amenities. Treasure Hill is proud to be making Aurora home to our next breathtaking community, Adena Views, opening this fall. This community will feature a selection of 36-, 40-, 45- and 60-foot luxury singles backing onto Magna Golf Club. Each home in this community has been expertly planned to provide you and your family with the highest quality living experience imaginable.

Located at Leslie Street and Wellington Street in Aurora, Adena Views is in close proximity to some of the most outstanding schools, shopping centres, dining options and grocery stores the town has to offer. Longo’s, Canadian Tire, Goodlife Fitness and so much more are just minutes away.

Your commute is sure to be quick and easy with Highway 404 as well as the Aurora GO Transit station just minutes from your new home. You can also take advantage of YRT busses in the area, making for an effortless commute!


Another remarkable Treasure Hill community is on its way, giving you the opportunity to experience the difference of a Treasure Hill home in the thriving city of Markham. The second phase of Trendi Towns, opening this fall, will feature a collection of townhomes, some with two-car garages. Fully furnished models will be coming soon, showcasing the full potential of these stunning homes. This development has been precisely planned to exude a stylish, modern feel that everyone is sure to love.

Situated at McCowan Road and 16th Avenue, Trendi Towns is in one of the most sought-after areas to live in Markham. Go shopping in Markville Mall or spend time walking the quaint streets of nearby Main Street Markham or Main Street Unionville. You will also have the beautiful sights of several nearby parks, as well as some of the city’s most popular dining and entertainment spots.

Both of these upcoming communities continue to reflect Treasure Hill’s dedication to quality craftsmanship and superior location, giving you a place you’ll be proud to call home.


Be the first to receive up-to-date information about these beautiful communities by registering online.



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Editor's Choice: Lindvest

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Moving on up

Across the GTA and beyond, Lindvest has been busy building single detached homes, townhomes and highrise living spaces, offering something for everyone whether they are just entering the market or looking to move to a larger home.

North Oakville
North Oakville

For instance, the single detached homes of Spring Valley Junction have enabled new connections in Brampton, where this new community aimed to create the harmony of home, family and community. The fusion of traditional brick, combination brick and stone, and eye-catching contemporary designs are now the homes of families who saw their dream homes go from rendering to reality.

Ground has broken on Lindvest’s highrise projects, Sonic and SuperSonic, making way for the buildings to reach the sky. Across the street, the Eglinton Crosstown LRT is under construction and will soon be ready to whisk commuters across the city and beyond.

Brownstones at Westown
Brownstones at Westown

Over in Markham, the first phase of the Grand Cornell Brownstones are nearly completed. These unique “stacked” units use space to the maximum, where sleek, stylish interiors make a statement that is modern and sophisticated. Most units of the Grand Cornell Brownstones feature private patios, balconies or rooftop terraces that provide a personal experience with the outdoors.

For anyone with visions of living in the country, the community of Gracefields is a modern addition to the pastoral charm of the town of Newcastle. The recently added community of Gracefields North means the area will be elevated even more. Just off Highway 401 but seemingly miles from the hustle and bustle, Newcastle is a gem in the country.

At Lindvest’s upcoming release, North Oakville, the future is looking towards contemporary and traditional elevations of 36-, 38-, 41-, 43- and 45-foot single detached homes. North Oakville will be located on the east side of 6th Line, between Dundas Street and Burnhamthorpe Road.

The future will also see the final release of the Aurora Glen Townhomes take shape as these homes are already under construction. As with the previous releases of Aurora Glen, these townhomes have the advantage of coming with a smart thermostat, intelligent locks and LED lighting that is not only budget-conscious but is safe on artwork.

There is something else Aurora Glen has been keeping something close to the vest. It will be releasing 11 exclusive townhomes in a very special area of the Aurora Glen project, surrounded by nature. Known as The Enclave, this cache of best-in-class townhomes will spare no expense. Be sure to visit Lindvest.com to show your interest.

Keep your ears to the ground as the official announcement of Lindvest’s next community is soon to come. This single detached home community is located at Teston Road and Pine Valley Drive in Vaughan. Beautiful homes in a beautiful location — yet again, Lindvest is helping to make dreams a reality.


Go online to find out more information and to register for Lindvest communities.



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Editor's Choice: Treasure Hill

Editor’s Choice: Treasure Hill

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Discover what living really means by owning a Treasure Hill home

As a highly regarded builder, Treasure Hill prides itself on building quality homes where craftsmanship, functionality and beautiful finishes become the foundation of comfortable living. It recognizes that every house it builds becomes a home — a place where treasured moments and memories are created giving life meaning and purpose. The perfect new home awaits you. Discover Living with Treasure Hill.


Orchard West in Bowmanville: Treasure Hill proudly presents Orchard West, offering a selection of the finest 37-, 40-, 45- and 50-foot singles located between Liberty Street and Regional 57 Road at Middle Road and Concession Road 3. With quick access to Highway 401 and a proposed extension of Highway 407, your commuting worries are over. A relaxing lifestyle is yours to discover living in Bowmanville.

Trendi Towns in Markham: Trendi Towns in Markham offers convenient living in a location with established amenities. Located at McCowan Road and 16th Avenue, this enclave of townhomes is indicative of Treasures Hill’s commitment to stunning interiors and meticulous designs. Living life never looked so good.

Upper Thornhill Estates in Vaughan: Upper Thornhill Estates offers well-appointed 50-foot luxurious singles on lots of up to 155 feet deep near Bathurst Street and Major Mackenzie Drive. Close to big city amenities in both Vaughan and Richmond Hill, you can’t go wrong. Quick access to GO Transit, YRT buses and VIVA transportation make getting across the GTA effortless.


Adena Views in Aurora: Located in the affluent town of Aurora, Adena Views will showcase 36-, 40-, 45- and 60-foot luxury singles backing onto Magna Golf Course. Located at Leslie Street and Wellington Street, just minutes from Highway 404 and a comprehensive transit system, you will be just moments away from outstanding amenities.

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Local Focus: Aurora & Newmarket

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Local Focus: Aurora & Newmarket

by Gale Beeby

The two historic towns are sustaining gradual growth


Often considered a bedroom community of Toronto, Aurora and Newmarket have a wide selection of homes for any taste or budget, from historic century homes to custom estate homes. The towns have also seen the influx of the condo boom and a number of developers are currently building there. To see a list of new homes for sale in these two communities please click on the links above.


Aurora has its own community theatre group, Theatre Aurora, which was founded in 1958, and now is located in the Factory Theatre on Henderson Drive. The Aurora Cultural Centre is an 1886 heritage building that has been transformed into a centre for the arts, culture and heritage. Built in 1862, Hillary House is recognized by the National Historic Sites and Monuments Board as one of Canada’s best examples of Gothic Revival architecture. It contains a significant collection of medical instruments, books, papers, household furnishings and equipment dating from the early 19th to the late 20th century.

The Newmarket Theatre is the largest in town, with a capacity of 400, and boasts a selection of world-class artists each year. The Resurgence Theatre Company is a small professional company that is focused on resurrecting the classics and has an annual Shakespearean production in the Fairly Lake Conservation Area.

Newmarket is home to the Newmarket Hurricanes, who compete in the Ontario Junior A Hockey League. Their main rivals are the Aurora Tigers.

There are several golf courses in the area, including Silver Lake Golf Course, St. Andrew’s Valley, Highland Gate Golf Club, Westview Golf Club, Magna Golf Club, Beacon Hill Golf Club.


Aurora has over 65 parks encompassing more than 700 acres. Connecting many of the parks is a trail system of about 25 kilometres for joggers, hikers and cross-country skiers. There is also an emerging community bicycle path network. The Holland River Valley Trail, designed in 2000 as part of the regional Nokiidaa Trail, passes through a natural valley of mixed forests, meadows and wetland habitats. The McKenzie Marsh, Salamander Pond and Willow Farm Pond are some of the natural areas in Aurora. Mature forest trails can also be accessed in Case Woodlot and Sheppard’s Bush as well as the urban and rural sections of the Oak Ridges Trail.

Newmarket has over 45 parks with over 800 acres of parkland, including picnic areas, walking trails, playgrounds, soccer pitches, tennis courts, basketball courts and baseball diamonds. Fairy Lake was created when a dam was built on the East Holland River in 1801. The Mabel Davis Conservation Area has 1,400 metres of trails along the east and west sides of the East Holland River.


Aurora and Newmarket both have fabulous historic downtowns that offer many unique boutiques, antique shops, restaurants and cafés. Aurora’s downtown is known for its home decor stores. In nearby Newmarket, the Upper Canada Mall is a high-end centre with over 300 stores and services.


Aurora and Newmarket are connected to Toronto by Highway 404, which then connects with Highways 407 and 401. Public transit is provided by York Region Transit, which operates the Viva Blue bus rapid transit route from Newmarket to the Finch Bus Terminal. Commuter train and bus service is operated by GO Transit.


Aurora population: 53,210

Newmarket population: 80,400

Aurora walk scores: 47

Newmarket walk scores: 50




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