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The unveiling of the CHEO Dream Home is normally a big event for thousands to flow through the opulent home, imagining their life as a winner. This year, there are no tours of the 4,700 square foot home and the lottery has gone virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The grand prize is a fully furnished, four-bedroom home with every detail carefully thought out. This year's CHEO Dream Home from Minto Communities Ottawa is called the Bohemian.
Minto Communities GTA celebrated the start of construction for their latest project in Downtown Toronto, the 46-storey, Wallman Architects-designed condominium tower coming to Church and Lombard streets known as The Saint.
A lull in home sales in the wake of COVID-19 has been followed by a massive resurgence in demand for new homes in the Greater Toronto Area, particularly in the low-rise and subdivision markets. The surge was evidenced recently at Minto Communities GTA's Glen Agar community in Etobicoke, an enclave of single-family homes near Kipling Avenue and Rathburn Road that is now sold out.
Minto Communities USA partnered with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Foundation to secure an important piece of equipment for deputies patrolling the growing City of Westlake.
CHEO's 2020 Dream of a Lifetime lottery is scheduled to launch as planned on September 7th. Minto Communities Ottawa's Divison President, Brent Strachan, said that difficulties with scheduling, back-ordered materials and last-minute changes in materials when they weren’t available all contributed to the delays.
An Oakville, Ontario apartment is the latest Minto Apartments property to receive LEED certification by the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC). Minto’s purpose-built rental tower at 1235 Marlborough Court was completed two years ago and is designed with features that reduce greenhouse gas emissions while also reducing waste and water consumption.
Following a recent application seeking Site Plan Approval (SPA) from the City of Toronto, the first signs of work have been spotted at the Church and Lombard site of The Saint, a 46-storey, Wallman Architects-designed condominium tower from Minto Communities GTA.
The long-awaited Dryden Boulevard bridge is finally open for drivers and pedestrians. It took 11 months to build and cost $2.5 million. Minto Communities paid $1.65 million to build the bridge while the town chipped in $850,000.
The eastern municipalities of the Greater Toronto Area are rapidly filling out their urban expansion areas with new housing. One such community currently taking shape is Ivy Ridge, a master-planned subdivision by Minto Communities GTA, well under construction at Thickson Road and Dryden Boulevard, in Whitby.
Building off the success of its first two neighborhoods, Minto Communities USA, the master developer and lead builder of Westlake, is set to begin sales for its newest neighborhood, The Groves of Westlake, on Saturday, July 11.