Fieldgate Homes traces its history all the way back to 1957. Since its founding, the company has established itself as one of Toronto’s most respected and prolific developers. The company has continued to build upon their extensive track record of success, using their past projects as lessons that aid in the creation of homes and communities that residents will be proud of. One example of this philosophy would be the creation of Fieldgate Urban. As Fieldgate Homes recognized a trend towards walkable, transit-friendly urban developments, they formed a new company division that focused exclusively on this style of development. Since then, Fieldgate Urban has gone on to be behind some of Toronto’s most innovative condominum and townhome developments.
Fieldgate Homes: Previous Projects
CityTowns. Situated in central Brampton, this community of townhomes consists of 75 3-bedroom units. Downtown Brampton, as well as both Brampton GO and Mount Pleasant GO stations, are just minutes away by car. Brampton Transit provides frequent bus service, while Highway 407 is just minutes away. In terms of recreational space, Eldorado Park is just minutes to the west.
Potter’s Bend. This single-family home community is surrounded by a wealth of parkland. Nordlingen Park, Berczy Park and Springdale Park are all within walking distance. Main Street Markham is close by, and is home to a wide array of shops and restaurants. For those commuting to Downtown Toronto, Markham GO station offers rail service seven days a week, with travel time to Union Station being under an hour.
Corktown Mews. Located in the heart of Toronto’s vibrant Corktown neighborhood, this development has been designed to blend in with the area’s historic architecture. Corktown Mews features easy access to Downtown Toronto via the #501 Queen, #504 King and #505 Dundas streetcars. Within walking distance, the Distillery District, George Brown College and the expansive Corktown Common can all be found.