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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 289 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 friendships and your social network. And 7,300 square feet of on-site commercial and retail space puts convenience just an elevator-ride away.

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 myriad neighbourhood conveniences in a town named “the best place to live in Canada” by MoneySense in 2018. With a population of just over 200,000, Oakville has all the perks of big city living, with all the charm of a small community.

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 ndependent 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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Maplelands partners with riocan for mixed-use development in north york

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Maplelands partners with riocan for mixed-use development in north york

Continuing our tradition of working with the industry’s most reputable companies and partners whose values align with our own, Maplelands is proud to announce a new partnership with RioCan to develop Dufferin Plaza, a mixed-use development in the heart of Lawrence Heights. “We recognized Dufferin Plaza as a project of exceptional quality and we are excited to partner with RioCan, together bringing over a century of industry experience and development expertise, to create this iconic new community in North York,” said Maplelands CEO, Bishoy Azmy. RioCan is one of Canada’s largest real estate investment trusts with a portfolio that includes over 40 million square feet of office, residential rental, and mixed-use development properties. The decision to partner with them underscores Maplelands’ commitment to quality, value, and integrity, and will help bring to life an incredible new community.

An Exciting New Community

Located at Dufferin and Apex Road, near Lawrence West subway station, Yorkdale Shopping Centre, the Allen Expressway, and Highway 401, the new Maplelands-RioCan development sits in a neighbourhood that is quickly becoming a Toronto hot spot. The transit and retail hub is the perfect place for a new mixed-use community where residents will be able to work, shop, live, dine, and play, all close to home. The four-acre site has already received Official Plan approval from the city for redevelopment into a 417,000-square-foot condominium tower with more than 600 units and 32,000 square feet of retail space. “Our customers will be attracted by the exceptional location, where they can walk to the subway, to wonderful neighbourhood restaurants and cafes, and to the most exciting shopping centre in Canada,” says Ibrahim Salib, Maplelands’ COO, “They will feel confident purchasing a beautiful new home of outstanding quality, built by two respected developers, committed to putting the customer at the centre of everything we do.” You can read the full story in the Financial Post and register here for the latest information and updates for Dufferin Plaza and more exciting Maplelands communities.