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Sharewell is built around Trinity Point’s 5 Core Values

17 November 2020

Sharewell is built around Trinity Point’s 5 Core Values

What matters most to you when buying a new home? Is it location? Who you’re buying from? Nearby amenities? Or is it the home itself?

At Trinity Point Developments, we take a deep dive into what makes a true mixed-use community. Through this approach, we have formed 5 core values that inform our design and architecture for all of our communities; Connectivity, Permeability, Active Public Realm & Targeted Retail, Curated Amenities, and Placemaking.

Keele Major Mackenzie
Connectivity

Connectivity

At our Sharewell community at Keele Street and Major Mackenzie Drive in Vaughan, residents are connected to the community of Maple, the surrounding city and the Greater Toronto Area. With Hwy 400, a newly renovated Maple GO station, and York Region Transit at its front door, it will be easier than ever to commute to and from Sharewell. The design of the community, together with its strategic location, provides for and reinforces opportunities for connectivity.

Permeability

Permeability

A pedestrian mews has been incorporated, which encourages walkability to the active public realm and retail options along Keele Street from the covered commercial parking area at the rear. The covered commercial parking also provides protection from the elements for customers that would like to shop and experience the public areas at Sharewell.

Active Public Realm

Active Public Realm & Targeted Retail

Sharewell will also be the site of vibrant street retail carefully selected to cater to the needs of Maple’s residents. This new retail scene is designed to attract people from both the immediate area and neighbouring communities. Nearby, there are also plenty of dining and grocery shopping options, trails and parks, a local library, Vaughan City Hall, and the Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital

Curated Amenities

Curated Amenities

Sharewell’s U-shaped architecture frames a communal area at its centre. The outdoor amenity deck is the heart of the development and offers a range of both active and passive spaces. This communal area, together with the contiguous with the indoor amenity areas create a place for residents to gather for interaction, physical activity, and leisure.

Placemaking

Placemaking

Lastly, Sharewell is designed to foster overall public health, happiness and wellness. This is placemaking. The synergy of all of our applied 5core values produce quality public spaces, strengthen its community identity, and benefit our resident’s everyday lifestyle and functionality.

Visit our Sharewell website today to learn more about this exciting future development.

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5 Small Businesses 15 Minutes from Elements

10 April 2024

5 Small Businesses 15 Minutes from Elements

The town of Milton has a fantastic small business scene. In addition to the big box stores and modern conveniences, it’s home to several charming boutiques, eateries, cafes, breweries and personal services.

If you’re thinking of making the move here, here are a few exceptional small businesses less than 15 minutes away from our new community at Elements.

The Kind Matter Co.

The Kind Matter Company is a boutique store selling Canadian-made home goods, decor, and clothing. Focused on sustainability, their products are geared towards helping people live low-waste, ecologically conscious lifestyles — from high-end, refillable cleaning and grooming products, to beautifully curated collections for the kitchen, bathroom, and more.

The Barn Door Studio & Cafe

The Barn Door is an art studio and shop that hosts regular workshops including “Paint & Sip” nights, candle making classes, and private events. They also sell unique artisan-crafted homewares and women’s apparel. The cozy cafe is the newest addition to the studio.

Troy’s Diner

A Milton institution since 2005, Troy’s is your spot for homestyle cooking: all-day breakfast, milkshakes, and diner-sized portions. Troy’s is also has the familiar diner aesthetic, with the retro Coke machines, and nostalgic memorabilia. It’s comfort food at its best.

Aiden & Co.

The best part about shopping at smaller local establishments is the time and personal attention that goes into them. That’s exactly what you get at Aiden & Co., a men’s and women’s apparel store downtown. It’s a small staff but they have a reputation for their attentiveness and first-rate service. They offer a small range of carefully curated pieces, adding five new styles weekly, with four to six unique items per style.

Third Moon Brewing

Third Moon is a Milton-based craft brewery with a fantastic selection of bold IPAs, pilsners, and stouts. They also have a tap-room on-site, a room full of conversation pieces and artwork inspired by their beer. Swing by to enjoy a pint as you watch the brewmasters at work.

Elements is Trinity Point’s newest community coming soon to Bronte and Brittania in Milton. Featuring contemporary condos, urban towns, and a range of new shops and amenity space, this is a place that’s been made for you.

Register now to stay up to date with the latest information.

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3 Reasons to Choose a Home Near a GO Station

29 March 2023

3 Reasons to Choose a Home Near a GO Station


The province of Ontario has made massive investments to increase the frequency and reliability of GO service along major transit corridors. Now, people in even the most remote parts of the GTA can get to downtown Toronto and other points along the service line efficiently most times of the day.

Here is why a nearby GO station should be on your new home wish list.

It’s Almost Always Faster & More Efficient

Taking the GO train means you’ll get where you need to be quicker and with less stress than by car. New GO trains reach speeds of 140km per hour between stations, and service on most lines begins as early as 5:45 am (6:30 am on weekends) and runs until 8:00 pm. Visit gotransit.com to see the schedules at your nearest station.

Taking the train also allows you to use your commute to catch up on work, chat with family or friends, or decompress before or after your workday.

Sharewell, one of Trinity Point’s upcoming communities in Maple, is located less than a five minute walk to the Maple GO station on the Barrie line. Our River Ridge community at Bayview and Wellington is just a five minute drive from the Aurora GO station, which is also on the Barrie line. This is route services Newmarket, North York, and Toronto and it takes less than an hour to reach Union Station in downtown Toronto.

It Saves — And Can Make — You Money

With the cost of gas and parking fluctuating, GO service helps you save money by charging a standard fee.

For future homeowners at Elements, taking the Milton GO to Union Station costs just over $10 each way when you pay with your tap-on Presto card. This is more than the cost of gas, but after you factor in regular maintenance on your car, parking, and other stresses associated with driving, it’s usually well worth it.

Children under 12 also ride for free, and youth between the ages of 13-19 years have a discounted fare. If you’re a very frequent rider — more than 36 rides a month — your fare goes down $1.40 per trip. After your 40th ride, your trips are free.

Not only that, but research has shown that homes located closer to transit hubs like GO stations have higher property values than comparable home less than a kilometre farther. That means more money in your pocket when you buy at one of our communities.

It’s More Environmentally Friendly

Taking public transit is a great way to cut down on your personal carbon emissions. Plus, using GO helps contribute to the GO Expansion project, which will continue to increase services and ensure more people use it. This expansion also includes the electrification of trains, a move that first began in 2017 will further mitigate the environmental impact of GO operations.

Both the Barrie and the Milton lines will benefit in future years from service upgrades including trains every 15 minutes during rush hour, more regular scheduled service throughout the day, and service in both directions along the rail corridor.

Trinity Point has upcoming communities in Richmond Hill, Maple, Milton, all of which are built to ensure residents can get around with ease. To learn more, visit trinitypoint.com

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Sharewell: The Next Step in Maple’s Heritage

4 November 2022

Sharewell: The Next Step in Maple’s Heritage

Trinity Point’s new community, Sharewell is in the historic core of the former Village of Maple on Keele Street. With anticipated growth in the GTA, the city’s Heritage Conservation District is expected to evolve through future development. New communities will need to work to preserve the existing character of the district, defined in large part by its heritage architecture and streetscape.

The city of Vaughan has developed a plan to ensure the area is a dynamic and positive place to live, work, and play through its culture, design, streetscapes, landscapes, and architecture. We at Trinity Point are excited to be a part of the next step in this rich heritage.

Maple’s historic district is made up of long-standing residential structures, places of worship, and commercial establishments that cater to the needs of many residents who have settled in the community for a number of years. As growth continues, new development builds on the benefits of urban living while preserving the area’s historical charm

Sharewell accomplishes that by integrating high-end amenity spaces and ground-level retail space. Its thoughtful design allows residents to enjoy the wider area while respecting the deep-rooted lifestyles that come from an established heritage district. This community presents a unique form of development by upholding long-standing values while displaying contemporary design ideas.

At Trinity Point, we have developed an innovative method and multi-dimensional design process that distinguish us from our competition. Our commitment is tied to our Core Values, allowing homeowners from all walks of life to experience the highest quality and craftsmanship.

To learn more about this project please click here.

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A “Made For Me” Community

5 May 2022

A “Made For Me” Community

Elements at Bronte Street South and Britannia Road in Milton is a community designed to bring you closer to what matters.

This innovative, mixed use community features six models of townhomes to choose from, as well as suites at three mid-rises. There’s also a full range of commercial and retail space, as well as indoor and outdoor amenities, and a linear park that acts as the heart of the development, providing a central feature for future residents.

Trinity Point designed Elements with our five core values in mind. Here’s what that looks like.

Connectivity

The crescent shaped road design will allow for the seamless flow traffic into, out of, and throughout the community. Elements is well connected to major roadways such as 407 and 401 and is in proximity to a variety of amenities. 

Permeability

Elements was designed primarily as a pedestrian friendly community. The strategic architecture offers intervals in the built form providing gateway opportunities. The design frames a communal area at its centre and provides a range of common-area offerings which create a richer community experience. Paved cross-walks create a network throughout the urban development, allowing residents to move freely to every point of interest.

Active Public Realm & Targeted Retail

The at-grade retail will front Bronte Street creating an accessible, convenient set of amenities selected to cater to the needs of Milton’s residents. This new retail scene is designed to attract people from both the immediate area and neighbouring communities.

Curated Amenities

Versatile mid-rise buildings will offer residents with indoor ground floor amenity and townhomes will provide residents with private rooftop amenity. These spaces create a livable environment for residents and provide a richer opportunity for lounging.

Placemaking

Elements is designed to foster overall public health, happiness and wellness. This is placemaking. We achieve this through the synergy of all of our 5 core values which are applied to produce quality public spaces, strengthen its community identity and benefit our resident’s everyday lifestyle and functionality. Elements is creating spaces that encourage people to get outside, take part in activities, and explore the surrounding area.

Don’t miss out. Register now on our website for priority information.

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Red Oaks - A Lifestyle Just Right For You

10 January 2022

Red Oaks - A Lifestyle Just Right For You

What comes to mind when you think of a red oak tree? Its colours and vibrancy? Its sturdiness? At our new Red Oaks community located at Bayview Avenue & Elgin Mills Road in Richmond Hill, we have used these characteristics as inspiration for our designs.

Exceptional 41’, 45’, and 60’ single-detached homes feature beautiful contemporary exteriors, prestigious interiors, world-class decor, and a wide selection of features and finishes.

Upon entry, homeowners are welcomed by a gas fireplace and a natural oak staircase. The main floor also features oak hardwood, with ceramic tile options for the kitchen, washroom, foyer, and mudroom. The open-concept kitchen contains an under-mounted double bowl sink and the homeowner’s choice of granite countertops. Upstairs, the spa-like master ensuite includes a free-standing soaker tub and glass shower.

But, perhaps most importantly, we chose this location and designed this community in accordance with the core values that make our homes unique.

Connectivity

Red Oaks has plenty of offerings within walking distance. Schools such as Toronto Montessori, Holy Trinity, HG Bernard Public School, and Richmond Hill High School are just a few nearby options.

The Richmond Hill Go station and Highway 404 are also located less than a 5-minute drive away making it easier to get into downtown Toronto. Mackenzie Health Hospital, a top-tier healthcare facility, is just a couple blocks away from Red Oaks.

Permeability

The community was designed to enhance the exposure to the extensive surrounding green space, with some homes on ravine lots. There will also be nearby parks and outdoor amenities.

Active Public Realm & Targeted Retail

Residents can also enjoy neighboring shops, recreation, and dining options. Some nearby publicly owned retail stores include: Starbucks, Hilcrest Mall, Nonna’s Oven, Walmart, and Costco.

Curated Amenities

The Richmond Green Sports Complex and Park nearby feature an indoor sports dome, state-of-the-art skateboarding park, seasonal bocce courts, three outdoor soccer fields, seven baseball diamonds, a basketball court, water play park, an outdoor amphitheater, and more. In the winter, parts of the Richmond Green Heritage Walk become an outdoor skating trail in addition to the two ice rinks indoors. Red Oaks is also located near some of the best golf courses in the area including Richmond Hill Golf Course.

Placemaking

There are also community offerings that homeowners can enjoy such as the opportunity to have your own family picnic in Richmond Green Park and live performances at the Richmond Hill Performing Arts Centre.

Red Oaks is coming in 2022. Register for priority information at trinitypoint.com and live out a lifestyle just right for you.

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River Ridge on The Valley Sells Out

1 December 2021

River Ridge on The Valley Sells Out

River Ridge on The Valley is our first sold-out community; an exclusive collection of 6 luxury single-detached homes at Bayview Avenue & Wellington Street E in Aurora.

The town of Aurora features a unique blend of modern and historic attractions. Right at the doorstep of River Ridge is a variety of amenities, the wide selection of which influenced our carefully considered community selection.

If you are looking for an outdoor activity, Sheppard Bush Conservation Area is close to the River Ridge community and has multiple hiking trails as well as eleven soccer fields, picnic pavilions, and historical buildings including a maple syrup evaporator hut. If you’re an avid golfer or tennis player, perhaps consider joining the prestigious Magna Golf Club or Aurora Tennis Club nearby. For the kids, Hickson Park, Mavrinac Park, and Stewart Burnett Park are all within a few minutes.

Additionally, the Canadian Moments Mural is just 5 minutes from River Ridge that highlights Canada’s history and development. The Aurora Cultural Centre , also nearby, is located in a beautifully restored 1886 schoolhouse, and offers a vibrant mix of gallery exhibitions, professional live music series, instructional arts classes, summer arts camps and special events for all ages.

There are also exceptional community events taking place over the holidays. The Aurora Christmas Market , in Aurora Town Park just down the street from River Ridge, takes place from Dec. 3 to 5 and again from Dec. 10 to 12. Take part in activities virtually or in-person to experience festive entertainment and delicious treats, as well as a fire juggling show and workshops.

Register now on our website to stay tuned for more!

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Next Stop, Milton

15 July 2021

Next Stop, Milton

Next Stop, Milton

Once a rural part of Halton Region, Milton is now one of the most rapidly growing communities in Canada. So, why are so many people choosing to live here?

Famous for its natural attractions, the community is also situated in a prime location with great offerings. Residents have access to schools, shopping, and recreation like world class hiking and golf courses. The new Milton Transit On-Demand service connects residents to all of these.

Real Estate & Living

Between Milton’s historical charm and the growing community’s adaptiveness, development has flourished over the past decade. Being just south of highway 401, most residential areas have easy access to the major arteries of the GTA.

Milton is also located at the base of the Niagara Escarpment which is home to spectacular trails and views such as Rattlesnake Point and Hilton Falls. Spend your weekends with the family at one of Milton’s local farms such as Terre Bleu Lavender Farm. You can also hike, fish and camp in the summer, and in the winter, ski, snowshoe, or go ice fishing.

New Transit System

A new on-demand transit service has just been launched that will allow Milton residents to book shared rides using a mobile app. Currently, the program is being tested in the Boyne Zone 1, a region that’s home to Trinity Point’s new community at Bronte and Britannia. It is expected to expand across the city following the pilot. Visit Milton Transit OnDemand to learn more.

Aligned with Trinity Point and Its Core Values

This on-demand service will be a huge benefit for future residents of the Bronte and Britannia community. At Trinity Point, each community is carefully selected to ensure the best environment for its future residents and in a flourishing neighborhood. Prior to choosing this development, extensive research was performed to familiarize themselves with the area and acknowledge the benefit of the Milton Go Station nearby. The city’s embrace of new technology also aligns with Trinity Point’s key values—Connectivity, Active Public Realm, Targeted Retail, and Placemaking.

Register now to learn more about Trinity Point’s new community.

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