320 Bronte - Oakville

This project is set to bring an exclusive residential community to the established neighbourhood of Bronte and Rebecca in Oakville. This low-rise development is taking a proactive approach to environmental-first planning and is sensitive to the character of its surrounding neighbourhood. The rear of the site abuts Petro Canada Park as well as Bronte Creek and its associated valleyland system, affording homeowners with one of a kind views all year around.

Key Facts:

  • Within walking distance from a number of parks including Petro Canada Park, Glen Allen Park, and Valhalla Park

  • Convenient access to a number of walking trails including Bronte Creek Trail and Donovan Bailey Trail

  • Steps away from bus stops providing easy access to Bronte GO Station

  • Within walking distance from St. Dominic Catholic Elementary School, Eastview Public Schools, and Gladys Speers Public School

27 Harwood - Ajax

This project is set to bring a mixed-use, mid-rise community to the sought-after neighbourhood of Harwood Avenue and 401 in Ajax. The project is just minutes away from Downtown Ajax, Ajax Town Hall, Highway 401, and Ajax Go Station. Residents will enjoy spectacular indoor and outdoor amenities in the building. Ground level retail stores with high ceiling heights will make this building a desirable destination in Ajax and the lobby, with its charm and elegance, will graciously welcome residents and their guests into the building.

Key Facts:

  • At the vicinity of a number of planned Bicycle Priority Streets

  • Within walking distance from Downtown Ajax

  • Less than 2 km from the Ajax Go station 

  • Less than a kilometre away from Highway 401 

  • Within walking distance from Harwood Centre and Durham Centre 

  • A 5-minute walk to the Lord Elgin Public School and the Arch Bishop Dennis O'Connor Catholic High School

253 Queen - Brampton

This high-density mixed-use community will consist of two phases with multiple towers. The council has approved Brampton Central Area Vision, which encourages redevelopment of the Queen Street East corridor as a central component in accommodating the substantial growth the City projects in the next 20 to 25 years. The proposed mixed-use development, with residential dwellings and retail and office space, supports the City’s vision for the Queen Street East corridor and Brampton Vision 2040.

Key Facts:

  • A 5-minute drive to Brampton GO Station

  • Immediate connection to the Brampton Zum Queen Street at Rutherford Road Bus Station 

  • Planned Bus Rapid Transit stops, located both to the east and west 

  • Approximately 600 meters from Highway 410

  • A 10-minute walk to Madoc Park and Seaborn Park