Brookfield Residential has grown from humble roots as a local Ontario developer into a industry juggernaut with operations throughout both Canada and the United States. The company has made the development of innovative, sustainability-focused homes that are the centerpieces of thriving, tight-knit communities. In the process, Brookfield has worked on some of North America’s most successful master-planned communities, and has established a reputation as a leader in the design and construction of well-crafted single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums.
Despite its continent-wide expansion, Brookfield Residential maintains a strong presence in the Greater Toronto Area. Under the leadership of CEO Alan Norris and regional COO Peter Nesbitt, the company has assembled a diverse portfolio of projects that encompass a wide range of housing types (with a strong focus on detached homes) in locations throughout the region. Each home is designed to include the latest environmentally friendly fixtures & features, and is built using the most state-of-the-art construction techniques available. Additionally, Brookfield recognizes that an integral part of a healthy, tight-knit community. To that end, they pride themselves giving back to local community groups and creating landscape and public realm designs that improve quality of life, and work tirelessly to provide residents with a neighborhood that they will be proud to call home.
The Bell Estate. This new community in Toronto’s east prioritizes transit usage over driving. Just steps away is Warden subway station, through which Downtown Toronto is less than a half hour away. In addition, Warden Woods Park is within walking distance and is home to several walking and biking trails.
Arbors Condos. Located in a fast-growing section of Aurora, Ontario, Arbors is within easy commuting distance of much of York Region via Highway 404 or York Region Transit’s VIVA network. Inside the building, available amenities include a fitness centre, yoga studio, party rooms and a pet cleaning station.