As Canada’s boomer generation eases into retirement, there’s a growing need for more well thought-out communities and resources that allow the population to age in place while still leading an active and healthy lifestyle.
Harmony Village is one of the leaders in this movement. The forward-thinking master-planned communities in Toronto and Barrie will feature an array of appealing lifestyle amenities (think cooking classes, exercise facilities and on-site medical services). To help drive their message home, developers City Core Developments and Fortress Real Developments launched a blog that acts as an everyday textbook to living well.
When you first enter the site, vibrant images of crystal blue waters and bright roasted chickpeas jump out at you. It’s immediately obvious that health and wellness is the blog’s central focus. Read on and you’ll spot pieces about local events, green living advice and useful tips to keep in mind for the home.
The blog is about more than showcasing the latest news relating to the development. While that’s part of it, the site mainly focuses on providing relevant info and inspiring residents while discussing a broad range of topics — from healthy on-the-go snack ideas to tips on surviving an ice storm in frigid cold temps (we’re talking to you, Ontarians).
Speaking of the chilled weather, Harmony Village residents will never have to fear an energy blackout again. The master-planned community will generate its own electricity to protect against power failures. It also lowers electricity costs and produces sustainable energy! Talk about a warm, welcoming space.
Harmony Village Sheppard (below) is currently in its pre-sales phase at 3260 Sheppard Avenue East in Toronto, and will feature both townhouse and condo units that range in size from 588 to 1,800 square feet. Prices start at $175,500. Harmony Village Lake Simcoe on the other hand, will be situated at 75 Bradford Street in Barrie and will feature a fulsome mixed-use community. Register online for more details.
For more information on either development call 416 493 0123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org