Collecdev H.O.M.E.September 10, 2019
We created Collecdev H.O.M.E. because we believe that diversity creates stronger communities, and that philosophy has already begun to unfold at Tretti with great success.
Tretti invites and celebrates inclusivity. 50 units in the Scandinavian-inspired building, located in the heart of Wilson Heights, were allocated to the affordability program, putting home ownership within reach for more Toronto families. It’s the concrete result of our commitment to social sustainability, made possible thanks to the support of the Government of Canada, Ontario, and the City of Toronto. This move ensures the city’s long-term accessibility and growth through expertly planned communities that provide the infrastructure, connectivity, and cultural programming to enrich society as a whole and allows families to thrive.
The response to the Collecdev H.O.M.E. plan was phenomenal, reaffirming the idea that we all share a common desire to find a place where we belong. Our sales team met one-on-one with each of the prospective buyers, making sure that the units went to people who would truly benefit.
Buying a home is a big decision and the sales process can feel overwhelming for first time homebuyers, so together, we walked through every step at the home buying process, from purchase day, to move-in day, and beyond, answering questions until purchasers felt confident in their decision to buy at Tretti Condos.
The majority of Tretti residents are people who already live and rent in the Wilson Heights, and want to stay in a community they’ve come to appreciate for its beautiful parks, great restaurants, neigbourhood boutiques, proximity to Yorkdale Shopping Centre, and unparalleled access to transit and the Wilson Subway Station. 43% are Toronto residents looking to put down roots. 95% are under the age of 50, seeking financial stability and a chance to build a legacy for their family. There are a wide variety of professionals in this group of homeowners including pharmacists, nurses, teachers, engineers, and social workers. Some are currently renting nearby and some will be moving out of their parents’ home for the first time.
With Tretti, not only have they chosen a welcoming new community where they can enjoy suites with abundant natural light, an exciting lineup of family-friendly amenities, and a carefully considered design that offers a strong connection to nature, but they have the security of home ownership, putting them firmly in control of their future. Their new home is an investment that will continue to grow, helping them build equity for years to come. The sustainable features and geothermal energy system in place at Tretti will ensure predictable monthly maintenance expenses and high resale value in a market where people are increasingly seeking a cleaner, greener way to live.
We’re honoured that these 50 families have chosen Tretti as their new home, and proud that we could play a small role in helping to make good design and good living more accessible for all. After all, accessibility is fundamental to building strong communities, and that’s our ultimate goal.