Emerald Crossing: Coming Soon to Shelburne!

Kid on bicycle in Shelburne, Ontario

With our first blog post of the year, we’re excited to announce a brand new community, Emerald Crossing, coming soon to Shelburne! 

Partnering with Greybrook Realty Partners, Fieldgate Homes will be bringing a collection of freehold townhomes and 36’ and 40’ singles to Shelburne, which is the second-fastest growing municipality in Canada! So not only is Emerald Crossing ideal for your family, it’s also a great long-term investment. 

Located north of Brampton and Caledon at Hurontario St. and Highway 89, Emerald Crossing is on the cusp of the country, but still close to all the neighbourhood amenities you and your family need on a daily basis, like shopping, restaurants, schools, greenspace, and much more!

Two of the major greenspaces near Emerald Crossing include the Boyne Valley Provincial Park and Mono Cliffs Provincial Park. Boyne Valley is mainly for hiking, and you can also go fishing. Mono Cliffs is known for its picturesque trail system, especially the beautiful canyon you can walk through on the spillway trail. 

Register for Emerald Crossing in Shelburne 

Hiking in Shelburne, Ontario

The grand opening of Emerald Crossing is coming soon! To be among the first to receive details about the exclusive VIP purchasing opportunity, register right now! 

To everyone else interested in our other communities in Stouffville, Whitby, Richmond Hill, Pickering, and Kleinburg, we will be reopening our sales centres on Saturday, January 9. 

We will be continuing to offer virtual appointments over the phone or video, and we have secure, contactless digital signing available. Your entire home buying process can be conducted from the safety and comfort of your home. 

To book a virtual appointment, please contact our sales centres directly. You can find our phone numbers and email addresses for each sales centre on our website, or by clicking any of the links above.  

Please stay tuned for more details about Emerald Crossing in Shelburne!