Constructing single-family homes and master-planned communities since 1957, Fieldgate Homes is one of Southern Ontario’s most renowned developers. In recent years, and in recognition of regional trends, the company decided to branch out into condominium development. The result: Fieldgate Urban. Building off its parent company’s reputation, Fieldgate Urban has risen to become a major player in Toronto’s luxury condo market. Together, Fieldgate’s two branches are able to meet any development need that the Greater Toronto Area requires.
While planning and construction requirements for condos and single-family homes could not be more different in some cases, Fieldgate Urban takes the original company’s development experience and applies it to a high-density urban setting. The commitment to excellent customer service remains the same, as does the attention to detail and a strong work ethic. In addition, Fieldgate Homes’ history with master-planned developments has shown the importance of creating livable communities as well as building homes. Fieldgate Urban strives to replicate this philosophy in an urban setting through streetscape improvements and popular amenities. The result has been a string of appealing developments throughout the city-a particular highlight being 90 Niagara. Despite the wealth of parkland nearby, this building was designed to maximize the amount of green space available to residents.
90 Niagara Lofts. Surrounded by the fast-changing neighborhood that is King Street West, this 5-storey loft development offers comfort and livability in an intimate setting. In addition to a rooftop deck, the building also features a landscaped outdoor terrace. Frequent transit services and high-quality bike infrastructure abound in the area, while the CNE and Ontario Place are both nearby.
Heartwood The Beach. Designed as a boutique residence, Heartwood boasts several distinct features that set it apart from surrounding developments. The building’s 45 suites transition seamlessly between indoor and outdoor living spaces, and include water and gas connections on terraces and balconies.