COMMUNITIES

UNDER DEVELOPMENT

STOUFFVILLE

NORTH

The anticipated project is planned for freehold townhomes within a rolling ravine setting. Draft plan development application expected in 2018.

STOUFFVILLE

MAIN STREET

A site plan application has been submitted for townhomes in a much desired infill area of Stouffville.

NOBLETON

SOUTH

Development work is ongoing with local landowners for single detached homes in South Nobleton.

NOBLETON

NORTH

Draft plan application work has commenced in preparation for stunning single detached homes.

BOWMANVILLE

Development work is ongoing with local landowners for anticipated single detached homes and townhomes.

OAKVILLE

NORTH

Development work is ongoing with local landowners for anticipated single detached homes and townhomes.

EAST GWILLIMBURY

QUEENSVILLE

A draft plan application is being prepared for single detached homes and freehold townhomes.

PAST COMMUNITIES

7350 MARKHAM ROAD

7350 Markham Road was purchased by Tercot in 2015 with agricultural zoning. At that time, legal non-confirming industrial land use was in place on the property. During a 20-month period, Tercot was successful in rezoning the property (with Site Plan Endorsement) to a site-specific residential zoning category to allow for the future development of 115 townhomes. During the approvals process, multiple public meetings and community consultations were held to ensure the needs of the community were being considered. The property was sold by Tercot following development approvals.

Location: Southwest corner of Markham Road and Golden Avenue

SUSTAINABILITY, ARCHITECTURE, COMMUNITY PLANNING

ENERGIZING THE LANDSCAPE

Tercot Communities is an award-winning real estate investment and development company with 40 years of experience. It concentrates on the strategic acquisition, planning and development of land in the residential, commercial and industrial markets of the Greater Toronto Area and Golden Horseshoe.

BRAND STORY

CORPORATE OVERVIEW

Originating from the Italian word, “terracotta,” which translates literally as “baked earth,” the name Tercot refers to a distinctive red clay that is resilient and long-lasting once fired in kilns. Worldwide, terracotta was used throughout history to fabricate pottery, bricks, tiles and sculptures.

PRESS & AWARDS