Caivan Communities are developing several new complexes and detached houses for singles and families across Canada. New Developments by Caivan Communities - CondoTrend

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The Saw Whet
This beautiful apartment in a mid-rise structure in South Oakville reimagines what it means to live a luxurious lifestyle. CAIVAN is now in the process of developing a new mid-rise boutique condo community in Oakville called The Saw Whet Condos. Located in the Glen Abbey neighborhood at 2501 Saw Whet Boulevard, this pre-construction project will include 333 brand new apartments ranging in size from 468 square feet to over 1,000 square feet. The building will have 6 stories. This brand-new urban neighborhood takes its design cues from the surrounding natural beauty, which includes breathtaking parks, attractive riverscapes, and manicured fairways. Explore a dramatic architectural experience that balances the beauty of the surrounding natural landscape with the conveniences of an established community.

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Orleans Village
Orléans Village is a wealthy suburb located east of Ottawa, and we are delighted that you have decided to visit us here. This area, which is situated on the western outskirts of Orleans, offers residents with easy access to a wide range of services, including shopping, restaurants, schools, and public transit options. Located within walking distance of Ottawa’s central business district. On Innes Road in the Orleans Village suburb of Ottawa, Caivan Communities is currently building brand new townhouses in addition to single-family detached homes.

The Ridge exterior

The Ridge
Living at The Ridge, which is encircled by undeveloped land, provides the perfect balance of exposure to natural light and ease of movement to and from the places of daily convenience. After a trying day, coming home to your new home will be like arriving at a relaxing sanctuary. Relax with those you care about most by spending time on the sofa or by going for a stroll in the nearby park. You and your friends should get a bite to eat, but you should still be back in time to watch the game. On Borrisokane Road in Ottawa, Caivan Communities is currently building a new community called The Ridge. This community will consist of single-family homes as well as townhouses.

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Lakeview Village
The Lakeview Village Condos are a brand-new condominium development that is currently under construction in Mississauga. This pre-construction project can be found at 800 Hydro Road, which is located in the South-East area of Mississauga. This 177-acre Master-Planned Community will contain between 5,000 and 7,000 brand-new homes, some of which will be townhouses and others will be buildings with a mid-rise profile. It is going to transform an old coal-burning power plant into a hamlet that is favorable to pedestrians and the environment, complete with walkways and meadows. With the development of their newest master-planned community on the shores of Lake Ontario, Lakeview Partners Limited (LCPL), Tridel, Greenpark Homes, Opus Homes, DECO Homes, Branthaven, and Caivan Communities want to transform the appearance of the shoreline in Mississauga.

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Fox Run
Fox Run is an excellent new community located in the historic hamlet of Richmond. It combines the small-town appeal of the area with the modern comforts of today’s world. Homebuyers who place a high value on meticulously designed, beautifully crafted, and upgraded properties are the ideal candidates for the Fox Run community by Caivan Communities. Retail establishments, educational institutions, and natural features, such as walking trails, playing fields, parks, and a communal pond that has been naturalized, are all within walking distance of the house. Spend some time in the vibrant Richmond Village, a welcoming community that is immensely proud of its two hundred years of history.

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