At Brandy Lane, we’ve always looked for opportunities to revitalize and renew underutilized neighbourhoods. It’s an interest we share with the City of Toronto and its plan to create urban enclaves in established neighbourhoods, which have existing amenities like schools, parks and shops.
Four-season resort-style community.
In the heart of Ontario’s ski and golf country, Brandy Lane has built a four-season residential resort community with unique features including private trails and the Wyldewood Clubhouse with a year-round pool, all at pricing that offers incredible value. Close to the historically atmospheric town of Collingwood; the Niagara Escarpment – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with hiking trails and wraparound views; Georgian Bay, with miles of sandy beaches; and majestic Blue Mountain – Ontario’s premier ski resort, Wyldewood has everything. Sunning, swimming, sailing, golfing during the Summer. Skiing, snowboarding, cross-country trekking once Winter sets in. We’re wild about Wyldewood, and purchasers are too.
Just twenty minutes from downtown Toronto, Loggia Condominiums is located on the Queensway near Islington Avenue, in southwest Toronto. Well-served by public transit, and with a rich mix of nearby amenities, Loggia is in a great location. Retail is conveniently located right in the building along with numerous amenities such as a lap pool, open-air hot tub, gym and social centre. It was the first project constructed under the city’s ‘Avenues’ Initiatives, and its award-winning success is frequently cited as a shining example of this municipal endeavour.
Developed during the 90’s, Liberty Square in Newmarket, Ontario, was Brandy Lane’s first “freedominium” community. From the start, Liberty Square homeowners embraced the freedominium concept of owning a freehold townhouse, with only the street and common areas classified as joint condominium ownership, a concept which has since been officially recognized under the provincially legislated Condominium Act. Liberty Square is a shining example of Brandy Lane’s commitment to create new communities in older neighbourhoods.
Liberty Walk, at Lawrence Avenue West and Allen Road, was an exercise in transforming a semi-urban site into a vital new community. At Brandy Lane, we saw the extraordinary potential here because of its location at the epicentre of the GTA’s transportation infrastructure: the 401, the Allen, with TTC just outside the front door, and the subway only 1,500 feet away. Residents who now live in Liberty Walk’s townhomes can access most of the city within minutes, and Brandy Lane was happy to deliver convenience and value at yet another community.
Brandy Lane is committed to “city building” and nowhere is this more evident than in our mid-town community, The Annex. Comprised of just nine homes, this project was built on vacant land. Again, seeing potential where others only saw problems, Brandy Lane devised a noteworthy planning scheme that permitted each home to have street frontage while sharing a mutual driveway, maintained through a cost-sharing agreement. This arrangement enables purchasers to own their homes freehold, while enjoying the benefits of living in a beautifully landscaped private enclave, secluded from the hurly burly of the street.