Since its inception, Tribute Communities has built over 30,000 homes in locations all over Southern Ontario. In the past decade, they have won 38 individual homebuilding awards from associations across the region. Tribute prides itself on creating distinct designs with every new site it develops. They also focus on improving livability in the areas surrounding their projects. To that end, streetscape improvements always play an important role. Throughout their storied history, the core values that guide Tribute have resulted in successful relationships with renowned architects and designers.
Tribute’s dedication to excellence is evident at every step in the development process from start to finish. State-of-the-art construction material and equipment are used, and community improvements are made in collaboration with longtime area residents. In particular, the company emphasizes streetscape improvements on all of its developments. For single-family homes, local streets are designed to be as pedestrian-friendly rather than being solely for cars (creating an atmosphere that allows children to play outside freely and safely). Condo developments are designed to seamlessly blend into the surrounding neighborhoods. Additionally, Tribute Communities strongly believes in the importance of giving back to the communities of which they are a part, and does so through engaging local residents and contributing to local charities.
Varley Condominium Residences. With an eclectic mix of shops located at street level, the Varley Residences are a modern update on Unionville’s noted downtown strip. This development can be accessed with ease, as both Unionville GO and the 407 are just minutes away by car. The surrounding district includes several sites of historic interest.
Stanley Condominiums. Situated in the vibrant Church and Wellesley area, this 37-storey tower makes virtually all of Downtown Toronto accessible on foot. Numerous amenities (outdoor terrace, fitness centre and theater) are available for both residents and their guests.