We’d like to formally introduce you to one of our proudest accomplishments: our beautiful Design Studio! This space showcases all the features and finishes we offer for your home and allows you to really take a look at all your choices to ensure your home is built exactly how you want it to be built.
Spring has sprung and we’re pretty excited to share some updates with you! We’ve been busy working away on multiple projects across different cities. From Brampton to Aurora to Kleinburg, there’s no shortage of things happening here from our communities to our Design Studio. Let’s take a look at our latest updates!
Here’s what has been going on:
Big things are happening with CityTowns this spring!
We’re very excited to announce that we’re releasing 32 brand new Condominium Townhouses for this amazing community in Brampton. On April 2nd, you can visit our sales office starting at 11:00am sharp and get a first look at our new units.
In our 43 years in business, Paradise has created communities all around the GTA. From Aurora to Brampton to Whitby and everywhere in between, we truly believe that the 905 is a great place to grow and give back. That’s why, for almost as long as we’ve been in business, we’ve been re-investing in those communities to help them thrive. We’ve worked with a great number of charities over the years, but the one closest to our hearts is North York General Hospital. The world-class work they do every day is truly staggering, and being able to help them do it is an incredible privilege.
Both of Paradise’s founding families have long been based in North York, and so we’ve watched North York General go from a suburban hospital to regional health centre that serves over 400,000 people per year. North York now performs world-class patient centered care and innovative new techniques, making it one of the most in-demand treatment facilities in the country.
Californian architecture is unlike any other style across the globe. A mish-mash of Spanish, Italian, and French styles, Californian homes are known for their airy architecture and heavy use of terraces, lookouts and windows to bring the outside in. Unlike other heavily populated areas where styles of architecture generally stem, California allows residents plenty of space creating a sprawling, more breathable home than traditional French or American architecture. How do we do it?