PACE Developments is proud to have been recently featured in Construction In Focus’ April issue, a monthly magazine that profiles exceptional firms, projects, architects, and associations that are leading the way in the industry.
Your home is a reflection of who you are. Show guests your authentic self with paint, furniture, accessories, and more that bring your design dreams to life. After all, contemporary house plans are complemented by fashionable furnishings.
Searching for ways to pay for your dream home? Read our list of methods Canadian home buyers use to gather funds for a new place to live and start house hunting!
We’re blessed to live in a vibrant community filled with opportunities to make memories with family and friends. There are lots of exciting things to do in Barrie in winter and we’ve selected our absolute favourites. After the first snowfall, Barrie transforms into a winter wonderland where entertainment is never far away. In just one city, you can experience a variety of activities and events suitable for all ages and skill levels. And best of all? You get to have fun in a safe and friendly community.
It’s been quite a year for Urban North and Pace Developments. Not only have the townhomes proved a spectacular success with people looking to enter the property market in a spectacular location complete with public transit, but judges and juries of international, domestic and local builder’s awards shows have showered recognition on the development.
The developments in real estate in the GTA are a cause for concern for many young people looking to realize a long held dream of every generation; to establish a foothold in the property market that not only allows them a solid foundation on which to grow a family, but also gives them a proven investment instrument that can serve them their whole lives.
If you’re thinking of buying a townhouse or a condominium, there are some important differences between the two that you should know about. We’ve put together a comparison to help you make a more informed decision before you buy.
Keep these 10 things in mind before you decide to buy a home. They’ll help you to not only prepare yourself, but also feel confident in your decision before you commit to buying a property for the first time.
Thanks to a recent commitment to urban growth, the ever-growing city of Barrie has become strategically poised to accommodate an even greater influx of new residents over the coming years.
Barrie is uniquely positioned as the gateway to the north. Nestled snugly into the side of Lake Simcoe, it’s a conduit through which most cottage-goers from the city will pass through to reach their ultimate lake-side destination.
You might be surprised to know there’s more to Barrie than just better housing options and affordability. The truth is there’s so much more to consider. To fill you in, here are the top reasons to choose a life in Barrie, Ontario that you never knew about.
Kempenfest is one of Ontario’s largest and most celebrated festivals. It’s a massive gathering of artisans, live music, great food, and lots of amazing activities for all ages. This year, it’s taking place from August 2nd to 5th on the beautiful shores of Kempenfelt Bay.
One of the best things about Urban North is that it puts you just steps from the Barrie South GO Station, dedicated pathway and all. Just because you don’t live in Toronto doesn’t mean you have to stop working there!
Nestled on the shores of Kempenfelt Bay, part of beautiful Lake Simcoe, Barrie is a living destination like no other. It features a thriving downtown core complete with trendy nightclubs, stylish and happening restaurants, and boutique shops carrying the latest fashions. Not to mention all of the spectacular outdoor adventures to be had in Barrie.
If you’re like the vast majority of adults under 40, then chances are you’re finding it a little difficult to save up to buy a house. Maybe you’ve been working towards this goal for years, or maybe it’s still a far off pipe dream. But, whatever your situation, the fact remains that buying a property just isn’t in the cards...or so it seems.