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Homebuyers head to GTA west… but don't ignore the east

Homebuyers head to GTA west… but don’t ignore the east

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Homebuyers head to GTA west… but don’t ignore the east

It’s not exactly earth-shattering news, since we’ve been able to observe the trend for the last few years, but a new report from ReMax of Ontario-Atlantic Canada underlines just to what degree homebuyers are heading west.

West, as in Hamilton and Halton Region – Burlington, Oakville, Halton Hills and Milton.

In analyzing sales trends in nine Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) districts over the past five years, ReMax notes those areas captured 10.1 per cent of total market share in 2018, with a 2.3-per-cent increase over 2013.

The reasons are fairly obvious: The quest for homes at affordable prices. Indeed, this spillover effect has stimulated homebuying activity in most areas flanked by Toronto’s core and Hamilton. Burlington, in particular, soared between 2013 and 2018, with home sales almost doubling and average prices climbing 50 per cent to $769,142.

Builders of new homes also recognize the appetite for lowrise homes in the west.

But with such strong growth in Burlington, how long will this market remain an affordable option?

“The communities in the west will still be affordable compared to Toronto proper, but what we are going to see is a continued uptick in demand for more of the outlying communities like Brantford, Waterdown, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge and even as far-reaching as London and Niagara,” Christopher Alexander, executive vice-president, ReMax of Ontario-Atlanti Canada, told HOMES Publishing. “What will really impact the growth of these markets, outside of availability and affordability, will be the underlying transit systems and investments in local economies, as people still have a need to be connected to the GTA core.”

But, Alexander also told HOMES Publishing, the window of opportunity to head west may be closing.

“As the west end of the GTA continues to see growth and price appreciation, a leveling effect will likely come into play (with the east region),” he says.

GTA east areas such as Durham Region may not have the same appeal as the west – currently. “The west end of the GTA has a greater diversity of communities that are attracting a diverse range of buyers. In the past 10 years, there has been significant focus on the growth and development of these regions, whereas historically, Durham has not traditionally been viewed in this same regard. With the boom in areas towards the east, like Prince Edward County, and the affordability leveling out, we will likely see the tide begin to turn.”

So, yes, prospective homebuyers, go west if you like, but also keep an eye on the east.


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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Cachet Estate Homes

Cachet Estate Homes’ exciting new communities in Cambridge and Bradford

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Cachet Estate Homes’ exciting new communities in Cambridge and Bradford

The Cachet Group of Companies has earned an enviable reputation as the developer and builder of master-planned communities across Southern Ontario. It’s a reputation built on an unrelenting commitment to innovative architecture, superior craftsmanship and outstanding customer care. Cachet believes three symbiotically interconnected principles explain its ongoing success: Integrity, vision and execution.

Cachet Estate Homes brings these principles to two exciting new communities, Myers Manor in Cambridge and Cachet Bradford.

MYERS MANORS

Myers Manor in Cambridge; artist's concept.
Myers Manor in Cambridge; artist’s concept.

Cachet Estate Homes is proud to introduce Myers Manors, a limited collection of single-family homes on 36-foot lots nested in a beautiful private enclave. Stunning architecture meets exquisite designer interiors in this enclave within an established Cambridge community, located on Myers Road west of Branchton Road.

Live where highways and GO Transit crisscross through a natural landscape dotted with convenient shops, quaint cafés, excellent schools and family-oriented community centres. Spend your days relaxing at nearby parks, go for a stroll through lush nature trails, or simply unwind in the comfort of your beautiful home. Whatever your lifestyle, enjoy the culture and convenience of Cambridge, an established community known for its friendly neighbourhoods and impressive innovation.

Myers Manors will offer 12 contemporary style homes to choose from. The Knoll model is a 3,142-square-foot family home featuring nine-foot ceilings on the main level, four bedrooms, 3 ½ baths, walk-in closets, a second-floor laundry room and so much more. These executive single-family homes are priced from the low $700,000s.

Myers Manors – Register online for this incredible new community in Cambridge.


Cachet Bradford; artist's concept.
Cachet Bradford; artist’s concept.

CACHET BRADFORD

Welcome to a community inspired by tradition and family values. Enjoy living just moments from the Bradford GO Transit station, Highway 400, schools, shopping and the natural beauty of the Holland Marsh.

Cachet Bradford will be a community of two- and three-storey executive freehold townhomes featuring contemporary designs and unparalleled craftsmanship. One extraordinary two-storey townhome is the Peacock, one of the eight designs that make up the Cachet Bradford neighbourhood.

The Peacock features open-concept living spaces, nine-foot ceilings on the main floor, four bedrooms, 2 ½ baths, walk-in closets and much more. The elegant freehold townhomes, which range in size up to 3,085 square feet, start from the mid $500,000s.

Cachet Bradford – Go online to register for a priority preview of these executive freehold townhomes.

Visit Cachet Estate Homes online to learn more about all of its great communities.


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LOCAL FOCUS: Waterloo Region

Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge thrive in Waterloo Region

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Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge thrive in Waterloo Region

by Gale Beeby

HOUSING OPTIONS

Kitchener and Waterloo are mostly made up of single-family homes and there is a great selection of home types, from historic homes to modern townhouses and condos. But single-family homes are still the norm.

Click here to see a list of new homes for sale.

LEISURE PURSUITS

The region has a lot of cultural venues and events, including the Contemporary Art Forum, The Open Ears Festival, IMPACT theatre festival, the Multicultural Festival, the Kitchener Blues Festival, Mill Race Festival and the Rock the Mill music festival.

It is also home to the Homer Watson House & Gallery, McDougall Cottage Historic Site, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Centre in the Square, The Cambridge Centre for the Arts and the Doon Heritage Museum.

Cambridge has some of the most historic bridges in Waterloo Region and the Black Bridge Road Bridge — built in 1916 — is Cambridge’s only truss bridge.

And, of course, Kitchener-Waterloo is home to Oktoberfest, an annual nine-day event that is billed as Canada’s Greatest Bavarian Festival and is the largest Bavarian festival in the world outside Germany.

Grand River Conservation Authority/S. Rhodes Photo LF
Grand River Conservation Authority/S. Rhodes Photo LF

PARKS & REC

Kitchener’s oldest outdoor park is Victoria Park in the heart of downtown. A cast-bronze statue of Queen Victoria, which was unveiled on Victoria Day in 1911, is the centrepiece. Another significant park is Rockway Gardens, which occupies a long narrow strip of land alongside King Street. Here there are many fountains, ponds, waterfalls and rock grottoes.

The region has an extensive community trail system and the Grand River draws nature-seeking tourists to the region. The Grand River Conservation Authority operates 11 conservation areas.

RETAIL THERAPY

The downtowns of each of the region’s cities and townships offer some very stylish and forward-thinking retailers, as well as restaurants, cafés, salons and spas. Fairview Park is Kitchener’s largest shopping mall, while Conestoga Mall in Waterloo is also home to the Galaxy Cinemas. In Cambridge, the Cambridge Centre also has an NHL-sized ice rink.

EASY ACCESS

The Conestoga Parkway is the area’s main highway, connecting with Highway 401. Public Transit throughout the Region of Waterloo is provided by Grand River Transit, which was created by a merger of Cambridge Transit and Kitchener Transit. GRT operates a number of bus routes in Kitchener, with many running into Waterloo and two connecting to Cambridge.

GO Transit provides bus service from Kitchener to Mississauga Square One and train service to Union Station during rush hours. Passenger train service is provided by Via Rail.

The Region of Waterloo International Airport is in Breslau.

BY THE NUMBERS

Population: 583,500

Known best for: Oktoberfest

Walk scores:

Kitchener: Average of 47

Waterloo: Average of 44

Cambridge: Average of 44

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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Cachet Estate Homes

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Cachet Estate Homes

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EDITOR’S CHOICE: Cachet Estate Homes

Its reputation is built on commitment to innovative architecture, superior craftsmanship and outstanding customer care

The Cachet Group of Companies has earned an enviable reputation as the developer and builder of master-planned communities across Southern Ontario. It’s a reputation built on an unrelenting commitment to innovative architecture, superior craftsmanship and outstanding customer care. Cachet believes three symbiotically interconnected principles explain its ongoing success: Integrity, vision and execution.

Cachet has provided thousands of families exceptional homes in dozens of communities across the GTA and Southwestern Ontario for almost 40 years.

BEAMSVILLE

Nestled in the heart of wine country, experience an intimate family community, rich in small-town charm and connected to major highways, GO Transit, local amenities and the good life.

The final phase of this successful community, Cachet Beamsville includes single-family homes up to 2,985 square feet priced from the high $500,000s, and charming two-storey townhomes up to 1,850 square feet starting in the mid $400,000s.

GRAND VALLEY

Live your dream in the quaint, charming and scenic beauty of the Grand River. Cachet Estate Homes will release a limited collection of spacious 40-foot single-family homes this fall. Immerse yourself in the small-town charm and beauty of the meadows, trails and rolling landscapes of Grand Valley.

The final release of Cachet Grand Valley is coming soon to this successful community, just 15 minutes from Orangeville and 35 minutes from Brampton. Elegant single-family two-storey homes and bungalows, up to 2,813 square feet, are priced from $559,990.

BRADFORD

Welcome to a community inspired by tradition and family values. Enjoy living just moments from the Bradford GO Transit station, Highway 400, schools, shopping and the natural beauty of the Holland Marsh.

Cachet Bradford will be a community of executive freehold townhomes featuring contemporary designs and unparalleled craftsmanship, a hallmark of Cachet Estate Homes.

Register now for your exclusive Priority Preview of the elegant freehold two-storey and three-storey townhomes, up to 3,085 square feet and starting from the mid $500,000s.

CAMBRIDGE

Just moments from GO Transit station, highways, shops, cafés, parks and nature trails, discover Myers Manors in Cambridge. It will be a limited collection of executive single-family homes up to 3,424 square feet starting from the low $700,000s.

ORANGEVILLE

Cachet Orangeville is a very successful master-planned community. Discover this exciting new release of Edwardian and Victorian Village Towns, up to 2,055 square feet and priced from $499,990.

Cachet Estate Homes and Cachet Developments have a track record of ongoing sustained achievement. Among their many awards, they have been recognized with the Building Industry and Land Development Association’s Home Builder of the Year Award. It’s the industry’s award of distinction, honouring the recipient’s dedication to quality, service and customer commitment.

CACHET ESTATE HOMES

Visit Cachet Estate Homes online to register for priority previews, find Presentation Centre information and learn more about all of its great communities.

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BUILDER PROFILE: Marz Homes

BUILDER PROFILE: Marz Homes

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BUILDER PROFILE: Marz Homes

by Catherine Daley
Photography, courtesy of Marz Homes

Four decades of homebuilding excellence

Historically, the cornerstone (foundation stone) was the first stone set in the construction of a masonry foundation. The entire structure was determined by this stone, as all the other stones would be set in reference to it. Over time, it became a ceremonial stone that was set in a prominent position, and was often inscribed with the construction date, architect or builder. As with any work of art, the creator should be recognized. Marz Homes has made a tradition of signing the completion of each home that they build with a brick bearing their name.

Some 60 years ago, Mike (Marzio) Pompeani started his career as a masonry contractor. In 1968 he built his first single family home in Hamilton – the original residents still reside there today. In 1978 he founded Marz Homes. In keeping with Pompeani’s original vision, little has changed when it comes to an unwavering commitment to build the best, possible, homes.

South Coast Village
South Coast Village

A GUIDING PHILOSOPHY

A generation later, the family has maintained Pompeani’s core philosophy, which is to build every home as if they were building it for themselves. This benchmark has left them in good standing with their customers. The recipients of many local, provincial and and national awards that recognize their designs, communities and community service, the one that stands out is the Homeowner Mark of Excellence, which is a national honour bestowed upon the builder that maintains a high level of customer service in a Canada-wide satisfaction survey. In addition, Marz Homes has been awarded the Hamilton-Halton Homebuilders’ Association Consumer Choice Award for two years in a row. “This is the type of recognition that matters,” says Dan Gabriele, president. “Our customers are the ones that we have to impress.”

You’re only as good as the people that you have working for you, and it’s here that Marz shines. As a builder and developer, Marz is able to maintain a hands-on approach to ensure that every component fits perfectly into the final vision.

A company can say that they are committed to customer service, but how they treat their own employees and contractors speaks volumes. Many trade contractors have been loyal to Marz Homes for as long as the company has been in business. This allows Marz to guide them through the best construction practices, in order to meet their customers’ expectations.

SPECIALIZED NICHE

Marz Homes has witnessed incredible changes over the last four decades, especially as it relates to Hamilton. “Hamilton is great,” says Gabriele. “It offers a bevy of amenities. You have the urban aspect, as well as gorgeous, mature communities on the perimeter, in addition to wonderful natural features, like the escarpment, the lake and farmland. Whatever you want, Hamilton has it – and it’s affordable.”

The Lakewood model at Smithville Station
The Lakewood model at Smithville Station

Focusing on the areas that they’ve come know, Marz Homes recognizes the heightened potential, and popularity, of southwestern Ontario. Their demographic includes those who are starting out, and those who are now looking to downsize, and want less hustle and bustle. Towns, like Grimsby, Stoney Creek, Hamilton, Crystal Beach and Cambridge fit the bill.

Dan Gabriele, president (left), presents the Arts Education & Community Arts Award at the Hamilton Arts Awards.
Dan Gabriele, president (left), presents the Arts Education & Community Arts Award at the Hamilton Arts Awards.

COMMUNITY AWARENESS

A sense of loyalty is reinvested back into the communities in which they build, and they feel a strong sense of obligation to give back. As a local employer in Hamilton, Marz supports the Canadian Cancer Society, Mac Kids, An Instrument for Every Child, Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra and arts-related initiatives. Of particular significance, Marz has helped to raise more than $700,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society, and was awarded Corporate Citizen of the year for their continued efforts.

In support of McMaster Children's Hospital
In support of McMaster Children’s Hospital

Along with their long-standing trade and supply partnerships, Marz Homes strives to build the best quality homes. “We develop and build communities,” says Gabriele. “We offer complete neighbourhoods.”

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Destination Ontario: Waterloo Region

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Destination Ontario: Waterloo Region

By Cece Scott www.cecescott.com

Big city amenities, small town ambiance

Photography, Courtesy of Explore Waterloo Region

The cities of Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge are known as the Tri-Cities. Situated in southwestern Ontario on the Grand River, the Region of Waterloo is Canada’s 10th largest metropolitan area.

Grand River at Galt

A BIT OF HISTORY

From 1800 to the 1830s, Pennsylvania Dutch Mennonites, from upstate New York and Pennsylvania, moved north to Canada and settled throughout the Waterloo region. Today, there’s still a strong Amish and Old Order Mennonite presence in the area.

From mid April to late October, visitors can take a 75-minute Mennonite farm tour that includes a stop at an Old Order Mennonite farm. The Old Order refers to those Mennonite groups of Swiss/German and south German heritage who continue to practice a lifestyle without many elements that are associated with modern technology. The tour also includes a stop at the Farm Quilt Shop, where local, handcrafted items can be purchased.

NATURE AT ITS BEST

The region of Waterloo has more than 500 kilometres of on-road bikeways, as well as off-road, multi-use trails. A part of the Trans Canada Trail, cyclists can ride through Kitchener, Waterloo and the Township of Woolwich to St. Jacobs Market.

More than 500 kilometres of multi-use trails.

The gently winding Grand River is one of Canada’s heritage rivers, and runs for more than 300 kilometeres. Four popular canoe routes are offered by the Grand River Rafting Company. The three-hour Cayuga Paddle is suitable for beginners. The three-hour Oneida Paddle and five-hour Cambridge Paddle are at an intermediate level. And, for the more adventurous, try the six-hour paddle from Glen Morris to Brant. The churning waters of the Elora Gorge attracts white-water enthusiasts. Launch your own craft, or rent one on-site, at the Grand River Conservation Authority.

FARM FRESH

St Jacobs Farmers’ Market is Canada’s largest, year-round farmers’ market, and features hundreds of vendors selling Ontario’s farm-fresh produce, crafts and imported goods, as well as scrumptious, ready-to-eat foods. It is located along the Conestogo River, eight kilometres north of Waterloo.

St Jacobs Farmers’ Market

Located in the downtown core, the Kitchener Market is a popular Saturday destination for locals and visitors. Pick up farm-fresh eggs, produce, flowers and homemade sausages, from one of the many Mennonite-operated farms in the Woolwich and Wilmot areas.

St. Jacobs’ horse-drawn train

SWEET TOOTH

A sure sign of spring is the The Elmira Maple Syrup Festival, scheduled for the coming year on April 7th, 2018. It is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest, single-day, maple syrup festival. Founded in 1965, it continues to grow in popularity, and offers piping hot pancakes, as well as a half-mile long, outdoor mall, which features baked goods, handmade crafts and, of course, freshly made maple syrup. Buskers, live performances and saw-testing skills, add to the festivities. Visitors can also take a ride on the Waterloo Central Railway steam train, from St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market to Elmira.

West Montrose Covered Bridge

CHUGGIN’ ALONG

The Waterloo Central Railway organizes themed train experiences. The Great Train Robbery Adventure fictionalizes a dramatic event (with outlaws and horses) where a substantial amount of gold is on board – en route to the Elmira Bank. Other themed excursions, include the St. Patrick’s Night Train, The Vimy Ridge Steam Train, and the Father’s Day Train.

WCR Train Robbery

The West Montrose Covered Bridge was declared a provincial historic site in 1960, and is known as the Kissing Bridge. Built from 1880 to 1881, the bridge is Canada’s oldest covered bridge, and the last wooden covered bridge in Ontario.

SUDS-SENSATIONAL

Established in 1969, Kitchener Waterloo’s Oktoberfest runs for nine days every October. Steeped in the region’s German heritage, it is known as the largest Bavarian Festival in North America, and the second largest in the world. In 2018, the festival celebrates its 50th anniversary from October 5th to the 13th.

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Local Focus: Waterloo Region

Local Focus: Waterloo Region

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Local Focus: Waterloo Region

by Gale Beeby

Including Kitchener, Cambridge and Waterloo

HOUSING OPTIONS

Kitchener and Waterloo are mostly made up of single-family homes and there is a great selection of home types, from historic homes to modern townhouses and condos. But single-family homes are still the norm. Click here to see a list of new homes for sale.

THE WORKPLACE

The area’s economic heritage is rooted in manufacturing. While the local economy’s reliance on manufacturing has decreased in recent years, more than 20 per cent of the labour force remains employed in the manufacturing sector.

In recent years, Kitchener and Waterloo’s economy has diversified to include high-value economic clusters. In addition to internationally recognized finance and insurance and manufacturing clusters, digital media and health science clusters are emerging within the city.

SCHOOL DAYS

Public schools are administered by the Waterloo Region District School Board and Catholic schools by the Waterloo Catholic District Schoool Board.

The University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University and Conestoga College offer post-secondary education, while McMaster University has opened a satellite campus for its Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine in Kitchener.

LEISURE PURSUITS

The region has a lot of cultural venues and events, including the Contemporary Art Forum, The Open Ears Festival, IMPACT theatre festival, the Multicultural Festival, the Kitchener Blues Festival, Mill Race Festival and the Rock the Mill music festival.

Canoeing on the Grand River. Photo: Grand River Conservation Authority/C. Auchinleck
Canoeing on the Grand River. Photo: Grand River Conservation Authority/C. Auchinleck

It is also home to the Homer Watson House & Gallery, McDougall Cottage Historic Site, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, THEMUSEUM, JM Drama, Centre in the Square, The Cambridge Centre for the Arts and the Doon Heritage Museum.

Cambridge has some of the most historic bridges in Waterloo Region and the Black Bridge Road Bridge — built in 1916 — is Cambridge’s only truss bridge.

Oktoberfest Timeteller
Oktoberfest Timeteller

And, of course, Kitchener-Waterloo is home to Oktoberfest, an annual nine-day event that is billed as Canada’s Greatest Bavarian Festival and is the largest Bavarian festival in the world outside Germany. While its best-known draws are the beer, other family and cultural events also fill the week. The best-known is the Oktoberfest Thanksgiving Day Parade.

PARKS & REC

Victoria Park
Victoria Park

Kitchener’s oldest outdoor park is Victoria Park in the heart of downtown. A cast-bronze statue of Queen Victoria, which was unveiled on Victoria Day in 1911, is the centrepiece of the park. Another significant park is Rockway Gardens, occupies a long narrow strip of land alongside King Street. Here there are many fountains, ponds, waterfalls and rock grottoes.

Birdwatching on the Grand River. Photo: Grand River Conservation Authority/S. Rhodes
Birdwatching on the Grand River. Photo: Grand River Conservation Authority/S. Rhodes

The region has an extensive and safe community trail system and the Grand River draws nature-seeding tourists to the region. The Grand River Conservation Authority operates 11 conservation areas. Many of the parks include places to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Swimming, windsurfing, camping, hiking and bird watching are just some of the activities available.

Old Post Office in Cambridge
Old Post Office in Cambridge

RETAIL THERAPY

The downtowns of each of the region’s cities and townships offer some very stylish and forward-thinking retailers, as well as restaurants, cafés, salons and spas. Fairview Park is Kitchener’s largest shopping mall, while Conestoga Mall in Waterloo is also home to the Galaxy Cinemas. In Cambridge, the Cambridge Centre also has an NHL-sized ice rink.

Waterloo County Jail and Courthouse
Waterloo County Jail and Courthouse

EASY ACCESS

The Conestoga Parkway is the area’s main highway, connecting with Highway 401. Public Transit throughout the Region of Waterloo is provided by Grand River Transit, which was created by a merger of Cambridge Transit and Kitchener Transit. GRT operates a number of bus routes in Kitchener, with many running into Waterloo and two connecting to Cambridge.

GO Transit provides bus service from Kitchener to Mississauga Square One and train service to Union Station during rush hours. Passenger train service is provided by Via Rail.

The Region of Waterloo International Airport is in Breslau.

BY THE NUMBERS

Population: 524,000

Amalgamated: 1973

Known best for: Oktoberfest

Walk Scores:

  • Kitchener: Average of 47
  • Waterloo: Average of 44
  • Cambridge: Average of 44

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Cover Story – Editor’s Choice: Mattamy Homes

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Cover Story – Editor’s Choice: Mattamy Homes

A Mattamy home is a home you’ll value for a lifetime

It’s no accident that Mattamy Homes is Canada’s largest homebuilder. They’ve spent nearly 40 years carefully planning communities and creating spaces that people love. The precedent for quality was set early, with the first Mattamy home ever built housing the same family for over 25 years. Since then, Mattamy has gone on to build over 90,000 more homes in hundreds of communities across Canada and the United States.

But it’s not just the number of homes that illustrates Mattamy’s success; it’s the amount of research, planning, and design that truly sets them apart. Mattamy is rigorous about every single aspect of community planning. Mattamy assesses the landscape and determines what natural elements can be preserved, then, anticipating how people want to live and play in their community, they introduce amenities like parks, trails and other features that deliver anything families might enjoy. The result is a plethora of well-planned, distinctive communities that are fully integrated into their natural surroundings.

Also unique to Mattamy is the remarkable amount of thoughtful design that goes into every square foot of each home. This approach has become Mattamy’s signature, giving homes distinctive architectural characteristics that make the spaces completely functional and aesthetically brilliant. Features like breakfast bars in spacious kitchens, perfect for a Sunday brunch with the whole family; open concept rooms with high ceilings and large windows, keeping rooms bright and inviting; or Mattamy’s famous Stop & Drops, coat hooks and cubbies that make coming home fast and easy. These are hallmarks of Mattamy’s commitment to designing and building functional homes for real people.

Mattamy’s exclusive Architect’s Choice Options gives homeowners an abundance of options in designing their home to suit their specific needs and wants by offering them the option to make pre-approved structural changes before construction even begins.

Additionally, Mattamy’s extraordinary Design Studio offers a magnificent array of finishes and features that let purchasers create a home that better reflects their personal tastes. Known for their attention to superior customer service, Mattamy thoughtfully assigns everyone their own Design Studio consultant to provide expert guidance through the wealth colours, textures, and style options.

Whether you’re looking for a live/work Townhome in an established master-planned community, or an upscale 60-foot luxury home in a prestigious neighbourhood — or anything in between —Mattamy has a home that’s just right for you. Mattamy makes homes you’ll value for a lifetime.

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More communities coming soon:

VITA TWO in Etobicoke
Kleinburg Summit in Kleinburg
Richmond Green in Richmond Hill
Condominiums of Cornell in Markham
Topper Woods in Kitchener
River Mill in Cambridge
White Pines in Bracebridge

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