Royalpark Homes takes pride in building homes with traditional values-while incorporating the latest industry trends and innovations wherever possible. In particular, they have increasingly emphasized the importance of sustainability when developing new sites. The company takes steps to maximize energy efficiency (better insulation and high-tech furnaces being two examples) and reduce water consumption in the homes they build. Additionally, homes in their newest communities in Brampton and Milton are built to EnergyStar standards for efficiency. Throughout the development process, Royalpark Homes takes a hands-on approach and oversees it from start to finish. They are incredibly detail-oriented, and work only with architects and interior designers of the highest standards.
Royalpark Homes: Previous Projects
The Estates of Credit Ridge. Located urban and suburban landscapes meet, this Brampton townhome community was the first Royalpark project to receive EnergyStar certification. A range of shopping, dining and recreational opportunities are within easy driving distance from Credit Ridge. In addition, Brampton Transit provides bus service along nearby Mississauga Road, while GO Transit’s Mount Pleasant station is also a short drive away.
B-Line Condos. Rising to a height of 6 storeys and including 83 units, B-Line Condos offer the chance to live in a peaceful (yet well-connected) location in South Etobicoke. Situated on Brown’s Line, this development offers easy access to Pearson Airport and Sherway Gardens as well as Highway 427 and the Gardiner Expressway. Long Branch GO is also nearby, and is served by GO Transit trains and the #501 Queen streetcar.
Greensborough by Royalpark Homes. This community of single-family homes is located in the Greensborough neighborhood of Markham. The surrounding neighborhood is very family-friendly, boasting good schools and a variety of recreational options. Nearby Markham Road is lined with shops and restaurants, while historic Main Street Markham is easily accessible. Most notably, Mount Joy GO station is within walking distance, and is served by trains to Downtown Toronto seven days a week.