It’s been a long year, so we have good reason to rejoice when thinking of the interior design trends coming up in 2021.
The cold winter months make getting outdoors and physically active more difficult. This is especially true during the COVID-19 pandemic as we
are encouraged to stay socially distant to help prevent the spread of the virus. It’s important to continue to form healthy habits while at home to
maintain our physical and mental health.
Digreen Homes has released a set of brand new models at its popular Swan Park development in Markham. The community has been a success with homebuyers for its family-friendly streets, amenity-rich location and collection of thoughtfully-designed townhomes. The latest models include the 2,030-square-foot Canna, the 2,050-square-foot Mallow, and the 2,120-square-foot Rosemary. Be sure to drop by the presentation centre at 55 Helen Avenue to see the entire collection and learn more about this sought-after development.
Digreen Homes marked the opening of its Residences of 16th Avenue sales office with a ribbon cutting and groundbreaking ceremony. Mayor Frank Scarpitti was guest of honour. Also in attendance were Councillors Alan Ho, Alex Chiu and Amanda Collucci as well as City of Markham staff Ronji Borooah, Kathy Jeffery, and Michael Lafete. The Consul General of Pakistan Mr. Ashgar Ali Golo, and Mr. U.L.M. Jauhar, Consul General of Sri Lanka were present to show support for the third generation builder, as were other important Digreen business partners. The new development consists of 42 townhouse units and is located near Markham Road and 16th Avenue.
It may seem like a small thing, but the fact of the matter is that the example speaks volumes about the kind of sustainable strategies practiced by Digram Developments Inc. Along with its building division, Digreen Homes, Digram pays particular attention to any environmental impact for each and every one of its projects.