Building the Extraordinary.



Maplelands is excited to announce a new vision for urban living in Oakville at the corner of Bronte and Pine Glen Roads. Discover the perfect combination of contemporary architecture, urban convenience, and Oakville’s signature charm in a 10-storey mixed-use community that will redefine the way you think of home.

A Spectacular New Home

Home means a lot of things these days – a retreat, a workspace, a place to connect, to laugh, to socialize, to recharge, and each one of these modern residences gives you space to do just that. Thoughtful, multifunctional design means smarter living with a more sustainable footprint. Carefully-considered amenities provide a variety of options to build community and your social network. And convenience is just an elevator ride away with 7,300 square feet of on-site commercial and retail space including shops, services, restaurants and more.


Connected to Everywhere You Want to Go

The building’s exceptional location near Dundas and Bronte in upper Oakville, gets you anywhere in the GTA with ease, with connections to four major highways – the 403, 401, 407, and the QEW – and the GO Station minutes away. A short drive brings you into the bustling downtown core of Oakville or Toronto, and the waterfront is accessible by bike, by car, or on foot.


A Sense of Community

Enjoy easy urban living with friendly small-town appeal, surrounded by fantastic shops, restaurants, cafés, schools, and a myriad of neighbourhood conveniences. Previously named “the best place to live in Canada”, Oakville has a population of just over 200,000 and all the perks of big city living along with a charming small community vibe.

Access to Opportunity

Oakville’s population is among the best-educated in the country. There are 17 universities that can be reached in under an hour, and 15 private schools in town, including the prestigious Appleby College. The economy is strong with more than 100,000 people employed at big names like Ford, Manulife, Tim Hortons, UTC Aerospace Systems, Siemens, Suncor Energy, and PwC, and 41,000 new jobs expected over the next two decades. Population growth is also expected to continue and with it, home value; between 1990 and 2019, the average price of a home in Oakville rose from $350,000 to $1.9 million – a growth rate significantly higher than that of the GTA.


Leisure Time

When it’s time to relax, Oakville offers a variety of exciting local spots to be inspired and entertained. There are world-class shopping malls, designer fashions, and independent boutiques. There is the famous Glen Abbey Golf Club, a world-renowned course designed by golf legend, Jack Nicklaus. There are exciting sports and cultural events, a state-of-the-art performing arts centre, and some of the best dining options in the GTA. And all of them are close to home.


In Touch with Nature

Oakville may be known for its picturesque harbours, but its numerous parks, trails, creeks, and gardens are equally captivating through all four seasons. The town is home to more than 200 parks that offer 1,400 hectares of parkland and 150 km of inviting trails. Blaze a path through Bronte Creek Provincial Park. Hike through Fourteen Mile Creek Lands. Level up at Sixteen Mile Creek or gather friends for a friendly match across the street at the Valleyridge Park Soccer Field. Lace up your shoes and get ready to explore this nature lover’s paradise.

If you’ve been searching for contemporary living in an intimate community, look no further. It’s an entirely new way to experience Oakville and it’s where you belong.


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