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9th & Main Condos + Towns

Last chance at pre-construction prices at Pemberton’s 9th & Main Condos + Towns in Stouffville

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Last chance at pre-construction prices at Pemberton’s 9th & Main Condos + Towns in Stouffville

Pemberton Group is getting ready for the start of construction at the successful 9th & Main Condos + Towns development in the heart of Stouffville. The community features spacious, luxurious two- and three-bedroom townhome designs ranging in size from 1,510 to 1,975 sq. ft.

In addition to the townhomes, the community itself is comprised of two eight-storey condominiums and two-storey lofts. Suites include two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, three-bedroom and two-storey lofts. Prices start from the $700,000s for condo suites and from the $800,000s for townhome and lofts suites.

Located within the York Region of the Greater Toronto Area, Stouffville is the third fastest growing community in Canada. With easy accessibility to major highways such as 404 and 407, recent plans to develop extra GO Bus terminals, and with the addition to the Stouffville GO Train, homeowners seeking commuting convenience will appreciate this location. The Stouffville GO Train is a short three-minute drive, which makes traveling to downtown a breeze.

9th & Main’s thriving condominium and townhome community is ideal for young families, empty-nesters looking to downsize, and homeowners transitioning from larger homes to the next phase of their lives. Offering a connected way of life, residents will be just minutes from restaurants, bistros, cafes, and boutique shopping along Main Street. Grab a bite to eat at local staples, including Fishbone By The Lake, Main Street Bakehouse and Main Street Burger Shoppe. Running last-minute errands could not be easier with Metro, LCBO, Shoppers Drug Mart, and SmartCentres Stouffville all close by.

Just moments away are lush parks and trails, including Musselman’s Lake, Sunnyridge Park and Rupert Park, which is a top choice for families, featuring a playground, picnic area, toboggan hill, baseball diamond, skating rink, and basketball court. Golf-lovers will appreciate the several golf clubs in the area, including the popular Angus Glen, Spring Lakes and Station Creek Golf Club.

Teeming with arts, sports, leisure and recreational facilities, Stouffville also presents an abundance of cultural options. The recently expanded Leisure Centre houses a library, fitness centre, indoor pool and gymnasium. Stouffville’s free public art gallery, the Latcham Art Centre, and The Lebovic Centre of Arts & Entertainment that hosts a variety of events are also close by.

The 9th & Main community is also surrounded by top educational facilities and schools, including the Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library, Stouffville District Secondary School, Royal Cachet Montessori School and Oscar Peterson Public School.

Townhome residents will also have access to all of 9th & Main’s hotel-inspired amenities, which offer diverse spaces for entertaining including a gym, yoga-Pilates studio, men’s and women’s change rooms with steam rooms, theatre, library/lounge with fireplace, media lounge with gaming console, virtual golf, children’s play room, two boardrooms, two guest suites and a pet wash. Also included is a large party room with fireplace, bar, pool table, and caterer’s kitchen that opens onto a beautifully-landscaped outdoor terrace.

Both the townhomes and condominium suites are thoughtfully designed and luxuriously appointed with spa-inspired bathrooms, including a contemporary undermount vanity sink, glass-enclosed walk-in shower and soaker tub, as per plan. Step into style with seven-inch-wide, premium engineered flooring throughout the living room, dining room, kitchen, den, hall, foyer and bedroom(s).

Pemberton Group

For decades, Pemberton Group has earned a reputation for creating successful residential developments of uncompromising quality in some of the greatest locations across the Greater Toronto Area. Its exceptional portfolio of current and upcoming communities at various development stages, offers elevated modern lifestyle opportunities for everyone. From Toronto, to Mississauga, to Stouffville, to Maple, Pemberton’s diverse communities are specifically designed to fit your preferred lifestyle. To discover more about Pemberton’s incredible offerings, register today on their website. You can also follow Pemberton Group on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

For a limited time, homebuyers can take advantage of a 10-per cent deposit program within six months, as well as the last chance at pre-construction prices. For further information call (289.380.3451), visit the website, or visit the presentation centre, located at 11750 Ninth Line in Stouffville.


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9th & Main Condos + Towns by Pemberton

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9th & Main Condos + Towns by Pemberton

In the heart of Stouffville, Pemberton Group has recently released its limited collection of just 34 townhomes at the successful 9th & Main Condos + Towns development. Featuring spacious, luxurious two-bedroom and three-bedroom designs, the townhomes range in size from 1,510 to 1,975 sq. ft.

In addition to the townhomes, the community itself is comprised of two eight-storey condominiums and two-storey lofts. Suites include two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, three-bedroom and two-storey lofts. Prices start from the $700,000s to more than $1 million.

Located within the York Region of the Greater Toronto Area, Stouffville is the third fastest growing community in Canada. With easy accessibility to major highways such as 404 and 407, plans to develop extra GO Bus terminals, and with the addition to the Stouffville GO Train, homeowners seeking commuting convenience will appreciate this location. The Stouffville GO Train is a short three-minute drive which makes traveling to downtown a breeze.

9th & Main’s thriving condominium and townhome community is ideal for young families, empty-nesters looking to downsize, and homeowners transitioning from larger homes to the next phase of their lives.

Offering a connected way of life, residents will be just minutes from restaurants, bistros, cafes, and boutique shopping along Main Street. Grab a bite to eat at local staples including Fishbone By The Lake, Main Street Bakehouse and Main Street Burger Shoppe. Running last-minute errands could not be easier with Metro, LCBO, Shoppers Drug Mart, and SmartCentres Stouffville all close by.

Just moments away are lush parks and trails including Musselman’s Lake, Sunnyridge Park and Rupert Park which is a top choice for families, featuring a playground, picnic area, toboggan hill, baseball diamond, skating rink, and basketball court. Golfers will appreciate the several golf clubs in the area, including the popular Angus Glen, Spring Lakes and Station Creek Golf Club.

Teeming with arts, sports, leisure and recreational facilities, Stouffville also presents an abundance of cultural options. The recently expanded Leisure Centre houses a library, fitness centre, indoor pool and gymnasium. Stouffville’s free public art gallery, the Latcham Art Centre, and The Lebovic Centre of Arts & Entertainment that hosts a variety of events are also close by.

The 9th & Main community is also surrounded by top educational facilities and schools including the Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library, Stouffville District Secondary School, Royal Cachet Montessori School and Oscar Peterson Public School.

Townhome residents will also have access to all of 9th & Main’s hotel-inspired amenities which offer diverse spaces for entertaining, including a gym, yoga-Pilates studio, men’s and women’s change rooms with steam rooms, theatre, library/lounge with fireplace, media lounge with gaming console, virtual golf, children’s play room, two boardrooms, two guest suites and a pet wash. Also included is a large party room with fireplace, bar, pool table, and caterer’s kitchen that opens onto a beautifully-landscaped outdoor terrace.

Both the townhomes and condominium suites are thoughtfully designed and luxuriously appointed with spa-inspired bathrooms including a contemporary undermount vanity sink, glass-enclosed walk-in shower and soaker tub, as per plan. Step into style with seven-inch wide, premium engineered flooring throughout the living room, dining room, kitchen, den, hall, foyer and bedroom(s).

For a limited time, homebuyers can take advantage of a 10-per-cent deposit program within six months. Please see a sales representative to learn more. Call 289.380.3451, online at pembertongroup.com or visit the presentation centre located at 11750 Ninth Line in Stouffville.

For decades, Pemberton Group has earned a reputation for creating successful residential developments of uncompromising quality in some of the greatest locations across the Greater Toronto Area. Its exceptional portfolio of current and upcoming communities at various development stages, offers elevated modern lifestyle opportunities for everyone. From Toronto, to Mississauga, to Stouffville, to Maple, Pemberton’s diverse communities are specifically designed to fit your preferred lifestyle.

To discover more about Pemberton’s incredible offerings, register today at pembertongroup.com. You can also follow Pemberton Group on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.


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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

John Tory

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.

 

AURORA

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.

 

BRAMPTON

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.

 

BURLINGTON

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.

 

CALEDON

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.

 

EAST GWILLIMBURY

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.

 

HALTON HILLS

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

 

KING CITY

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.

 

MISSISSAUGA

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.

 

NEWMARKET

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.

 

OAKVILLE

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.

 

OSHAWA

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.

 

RICHMOND HILL

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.

 

TORONTO

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.

 

UXBRIDGE

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.

 

VAUGHAN

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.

 

WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE

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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Local Focus: Whitchurch-Stouffville

Local Focus: Whitchurch-Stouffville

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Local Focus: Whitchurch-Stouffville

by Gale Beeby

HOUSING OPTIONS

The Town of Whitchurch–Stouffville consists of several distinct communities and the intermediary countryside. The largest urban area is the community of Stouffville while other communities include Ballantrae, Bethesda, Bloomington, Cedar Valley, Gormley, Lemonville, Lincolnville, Musselman’s Lake, Pine Orchard, Pleasantville, Preston Lake, Ringwood, Vandorf, Vivian, and Wesley Corners. Click here for a list of homes for sale in Whitchurch-Stouffville.

LEISURE PURSUITS

The former Stouffville Town Hall (constructed in 1896) is now a multifaceted arts, culture and entertainment called 19 On The Park: The Lebovic Centre for Arts & Entertainment. The Latcham Gallery features exhibits of traditional and contemporary work by local and provincial artists.

The Stouffville Strawberry Festival is a traditional community fair held on the Canada Day weekend and celebrates the area’s agricultural heritage. The Markham Fair is hosted by the Markham and East York Agricultural Society and supported by both the City of Markham and the Town of Whitchurch–Stouffville. The Markham Fair dates back to 1844 and is one of Canada’s oldest and largest fairs, hosting upwards of 80,000 visitors yearly. The fair is held on the weekend before Thanksgiving in the Markham Fairgrounds.

The Whitchurch–Stouffville Museum includes five historic structures, including the Bogarttown Schoolhouse (1857), a pioneer log cabin (c. 1850), a Victorian farmhouse built by James Brown (1857), a barn (c. 1830) and the Vandorf Public School (1870). In 2012, the museum added a community centre and the new facility includes a research room, exhibition gallery, discovery room and two rental spaces.

Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area hosts an annual Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival over four weeks in March and the Musselman Lake community hosts an Winter Carnival at Cedar Beach in April.

PARKS & REC

More than 2,800 acres in the 20 York Regional Forest tracts are found within the borders of Whitchurch–Stouffville. The Whitchurch Conservation Area covers 25 acres and is connected to a larger York Region Forest Tract and to trails of the Oak Ridges Trail Association.

An extensive trail system within urban Stouffville is being developed that will connect to the larger forested areas. The most significant trail begins in town along the Stouffville Creek and leads through a mature forest around the Stouffville Reservoir.

Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area is the northern gateway to the Rouge National Urban Park. The Master Plan for the conservation area includes not only a trail system but also future trail connections to inter-regional trails.

RETAIL THERAPY

A stroll down Main Street of Stouffville offers many experiences and showcases the small-town charm and welcoming ambience that the town is known for. There are many shops, restaurants and community events for residents and visitors to enjoy. There is also a SmartCentre in Stouffville while the closest mall is Markville Shopping Centre in Markham.

EASY ACCESS

Highways 48, 407 and 404 serve the area while GO Transit has train stations in Stouffville and Lincolnville and also provides bus service north to Uxbridge and south to Union Station.

BY THE NUMBERS

Whitchurch-Stouffville

Population: 2.81 million

Walk score: 32

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Cover Story: 9th & Main

Cover Story: 9th & Main

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Cover Story: 9th & Main

Large luxury ravine-side condos and townhomes coming soon from Pemberton Group

Those seeking a new expression of luxury should look to Pemberton Group‘s new Stouffville community. Coming soon, 9th & Main will be comprised of two eight-storey buildings that include 246 suites, two-storey lofts and towns with soaring 10-foot main floor ceilings.

This unique location boasts a lush landscape.
This unique location boasts a lush landscape.

Residents will be surrounded by everything they’ll want and need. The area offers an extensive trail system for hiking, biking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing. You can take a scenic ride on the York Durham Heritage railway, visit the art galleries and Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum, and enjoy the Timber Creek Mini Golf & Family Fun Centre. There are two wineries – Applewood Farm and Winery and Willow Springs Winery and Vineyard. The many shops and services of downtown Stouffville include restaurants, cafes and bistros, plus, it’s just a quick drive to Markham.

Beautiful appointments are the heart of every home.
Beautiful appointments are the heart of every home.

Commuters will appreciate that it’s only a three-minute drive along Main Street to the GO Train and Bus Station, where they can connect to York Region Transit, and that Highways 404 and 407 are close by. The Stouffville municipality is under an hour by car to downtown Toronto, and approximately 40 minutes to Toronto Pearson International Airport.

The town of Stouffville is the municipality’s largest urban area and recently announced that the Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion is now in its final phase of construction.

The party room is ideal for entertaining on a grand scale.
The party room is ideal for entertaining on a grand scale.

9th & Main’s beautiful appointments are sure to inspire. This new expression of luxury living will include highly desirable elements such as a gas cooktop in the gourmet kitchen, and a barbeque gas line to balconies or patios (as per plan).

9th & Main’s extensive onsite amenities will include a large multi-purpose party room with a fireplace, bar, caterer’s kitchen and pool table, which opens onto the landscaped outdoor terrace with its lounge-style seating. There will be a well-equipped gym; yoga/Pilates studio; men’s and women’s change rooms with steam rooms; a theatre; a library/lounge with fireplace; a media lounge with gaming console; virtual golf; a children’s play room; two boardrooms; and two guest suites.

Enjoy outdoor living on the rooftop terrace.
Enjoy outdoor living on the rooftop terrace.

Suites will range in style from one-bedroom, to one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, and optional three-bedroom layouts, plus two-storey loft designs. The spacious towns come with a choice of two- or three-bedrooms. Prices will range from the $400,000’s to over $1 million.

Prices and specifications are correct at press time. See a sales representative for full details. You can also follow the company on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

For more information on Stouffville’s most sought-after new address, please call 905.326.4100 or visit pembertongroup.com.


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Cover Story: Editor's Choice: Fieldgate Homes

Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Fieldgate Homes

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Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Fieldgate Homes

Discover the GTA’s most spectacular residences when you visit Fieldgate’s many fine communities

Over the past six decades, Fieldgate has worked hard to provide the finest quality family homes and communities to thousands of satisfied homeowners across the GTA and beyond. This year we’re offering an exceptional selection of new homes to choose from at our many fine community locations.

UPPER VALLEYLANDS

Located at the southwest corner of Mayfield and Chinguacousy Roads, Upper Valleylands in West Brampton brings the signature look and feel of Fieldgate’s celebrated Valleylands community to a new highly desirable location on the Caledon/Brampton border. Discover a beautiful selection of semi-detached, 30-, 38- and 41-foot detached homes and freehold townhomes in a complete master-planned community setting. Register today at Fieldgatehomes.com for your preview purchasing opportunity. The sales centre is located at 8676 Chinguacousy Road, just north of Steeles Avenue West.

VALLEYLANDS

Since it opened, Valleylands has been a top choice among homebuyers in West Brampton. At an ideal location on the west side of Chinguacousy Road north of Steeles Avenue West, this is a place where the valleys surrounding the Credit River offer a breathtaking outdoor playground of lush green parkland with major urban conveniences all just moments away. With a limited number of homes remaining, this is your chance to own a model home in this picture perfect setting.

Valleylands is also offering a collection of inspired live/work units. Discover an amazing business opportunity plus all the luxury you’d expect with a Fieldgate home. These stunning units provide a beautiful Fieldgate residence on the upper floors and a retail/office unit on the ground level. Start your own business or enjoy added rental income.

COBBLESTONES SOUTH

At Cobblestones South, just south of Steeles Avenue West in West Brampton, you can discover an exquisite selection of new 36-foot designs, many of which feature optional lofts that will bring the total interior space up to over 3,400 square feet! With a wonderful collection of solid brick and stone homes to choose from, you are certain to find something that is perfect for your family here. Enjoy Brampton’s most convenient lifestyle with many major amenities nearby, including parks, schools, shopping, dining, easy access to Highways 400, 401 and 407, Brampton Transit, GO Transit and more.

RICHLANDS

GTA homebuyers have already fallen in love with this new master-planned community of Richlands at Elgin Mills Road and Leslie Street in Richmond Hill. Fieldgate is excited to be offering 36- and 43-foot singles over 4,600 square feet, semis over 3,000 square feet and freehold townhomes over 3,100 square feet at this spectacular family community. Register today for priority access.

WHITBY MEADOWS

Whitby Meadows is a master-planned community that offers West Whitby’s best lifestyle. Discover an exceptional new selection of 30- and 36-foot singledetached homes in west Whitby’s finest natural setting. This community truly has everything you’ve been looking for.

BLUE SKY

Stouffville’s Blue Sky is the new home community you’ve been waiting for — a refreshing way of life full of old-fashioned charm, set in a dynamic, modern and convenient community of mostly detached homes just five minutes north of Markham. Over 1,300 families already call Blue Sky home, and with this latest release of 30-, 36- and 40-foot singles, there has never been a better time to call Blue Sky your home, too!

IMPRESSIONS

The new release at Impressions will feature an excellent selection of all new home designs, so there’s never been a better time to discover this acclaimed Kleinburg community. Discover an exceptional master-planned community setting that features over 70 acres of greenspace, community parks, ponds and two proposed community schools. Featuring an ideal location minutes from the heart of the historic village of Kleinburg, this is without a doubt one of the finest new home communities in the GTA. The next release at Impressions will feature a collection of 36- and 44-foot detached homes of unparalleled style and distinction. With a number of acclaimed Fieldgate floorplans to choose from, homebuyers will find something that meets their families’ lifestyle and needs.

FIELDGATE HOMES

Go online for more information on any of these remarkable communities, Sales Centre locations, phone numbers, floorplans, or to register for upcoming communities.

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Condo Towns now available at Pace on Main in Stouffville

Condo Towns now available at PACE on Main in Stouffville

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Condo Towns now available at PACE on Main in Stouffville

Geranium has released for sale new condo townhomes at PACE on Main in downtown Stouffville. Now under construction at the corner of Main and Lloyd Streets (between 9th and 10th Lines), PACE on Main is the first condominium to be built in the heart of Stouffville.

Located on the ground floor, each townhome will feature a front door on Lloyd Street and a second interior entry with convenient elevator access to PACE’s wonderful building amenities. Homes will come with a storage locker and underground parking for two cars. Townhomes offer the advantages of condominium living with the spaciousness of a two-level home. Available floorplans are a 1,610-square-foot, two-bedroom plus den and a 1,779-square-foot, three-bedroom design. Prices start from $749,900.

Townhome appointments include stainless steel kitchen appliances, granite kitchen countertops and laminate engineered flooring.

PACE on Main will rise to five storeys, with only 64 suites plus three townhomes in total. The building is situated just steps to the Stouffville GO Transit station, making travelling into Toronto quick and convenient. This ideal location is also a short stroll to comprehensive modern amenities on Main Street, such as a wide assortment of shops, eateries, theatre, an art gallery, multi-purpose entertainment centre and a variety of services. Steps away, Memorial Park is beautiful in all four seasons, and the Leisure Centre in town offers swimming, organized programs and a public library. The Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville also boasts golf courses, hiking and cycling trails that connect to York Region’s large forested areas, farm shops, sports fields, an arena, playgrounds, and equestrian venues. In addition, the City of Markham and Markham-Stouffville Hospital are just 10 minutes to the south.

PACE on Main has timeless brick-and-stone architecture that will blend with its charming surroundings. The condominium features its own amenities appointed by the celebrated design firm Bryon Patton & Associates. These include an outdoor terrace with a barbecue area and The Main Street Lounge with a kitchen, bar, two fireplaces and a billiards table.

A handful of suites are still available, including one-bedroom-plus-den and two-bedroom layouts ranging in size from 879 to 1,028 square feet. Prices start at $519,900 and include an underground parking space.

This year marks award-winning Geranium’s 40th anniversary of bringing master-planned communities to life, with more than 8,000 homes completed. Geranium is well known for creating desirable neighbourhoods and has established a solid reputation for quality design and construction. To celebrate the company’s success, Geranium has introduced the 40 Years of Giving program, a special initiative that will form one aspect of its annual donations to charity. For every Geranium home purchased this year, the company will donate $150 per lot or suite in the name of the homebuyer to a charity chosen by them from one of 12 pre-selected organizations.

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Community Builder – Geranium

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Community Builder – Geranium

In 2017, Geranium is celebrating 40 years of community and homebuilding. The award winning company has an impressive portfolio of land holdings and completed master-planned communities, including over 8,000 homes built, across Southern Ontario.

Geranium embraces the values of responsible development with the vision to create places that are meticulously planned, expertly executed and designed with sensitivity and respect for the environment, the local neighbourhood and the future residents.

Led by a knowledgeable professional executive team, Geranium is ensuring that its legacy will continue. A commitment to delivering homes and communities deserving of the trust placed in this industry leader by both homebuyers and industry partners will continue to drive the company forward.

“Our industry, clients and business are constantly evolving and we have been strategic in ensuring Geranium’s continued growth and success,” said Geranium president Boaz Feiner. “Our 40th anniversary was the perfect opportunity to amalgamate the two divisions – Geranium Corporation specializing in land development and Geranium Homes focused on homebuilding.

“With a refreshed identity that more accurately reflects our many areas of expertise and years of experience, we are united under one name – Geranium.”

The 40th year follows one of the company’s highest annual sales volume and Feiner projects 2017 will be another record-breaking year not just for home sales but also in all aspects of its business.

WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE

Since 2008, Geranium has contributed to Stouffville’s growth. Developing The Neighbourhoods of Cardinal Point master-planned community and building a variety of new homes for more than 800 families who have made it their home. Cardinal Point won the home building industry’s 2014 Best Places to Grow Community of the Year Award, and remains a highly soughtafter neighbourhood.

VISTA Flats & Towns is Cardinal Point’s final phase and offers innovative condominium one-storey flats and two-storey towns. Ground breaking is scheduled to begin by summer and only a few homes remain available.

ARTIST’S CONCEPT: PACE on Main in Stouffville

Geranium’s midrise condominium PACE on Main is located in the heart of the town, on Stouffville’s picturesque Main Street, where it is under construction. A handful of beautiful suites remain with prices starting from $379,900, including parking.

SCARBOROUGH LUXURY

Twelve on the Ravine is a limited collection of 12 executive residences on deep lots — up to 300 feet — which back onto the natural Highland Creek ravine in Scarborough. The location is convenient to schools, parks, shops and only minutes to the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre and the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. TTC is at the door and commuting is easy with quick access to Highway 401.

Breathtaking new two-storey homes offer light-filled contemporary interiors in four- or five-bedroom floorplans, with deluxe interior finishes. Timeless architecture is highlighted by front porches and spacious covered rear outdoor loggias. Homes range from 3,047 to 3,882 square feet, priced from over $1.7 million.

COMING SOON TO PICKERING

Edgewood borders acres of woodland within a peaceful setting of existing residences and will offer 21 detached homes. The location is minutes from Rouge Park and Altona Forest and close to Highway 401 and Pickering Town Centre. Prices will start from over $1 million. Register today to be among the first to learn more. Launching for sale in spring.

The Neighbourhoods of Cardinal Point award-winning master-planned community.

MASTER-PLANNED IN AURORA

Steps from Yonge Street in an established Aurora neighbourhood, Geranium will be releasing the first phase of its newest master-planned community later this year. Comprising 159 family-sized homes on 50- and 60-foot-wide lots, Geranium is designing a highly desirable collection of residences. The neighbourhood is situated close to all that Aurora is renowned for, as recognized by Money Sense magazine’s top 25 places to live. Register to learn more.

For 40 years Geranium has adhered to a belief that the concept of community goes way beyond the bricks and mortar of building homes. That it is about building a future for the families who will live there and providing a connection to the surrounding neighbourhood. It is this core value that will lead Geranium into the future.

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Go online to find out more about Geranium and register for coming projects.

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