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AN IMPRESSIVE COLLECTION OF MODEL HOMES

During our Grand Opening Event this coming October 27th, we will have an impressively vast selection of homes available for you to view. The remarkable number of model homes available has reached the grand total of 11! Here’s a quick breakdown of what you can expect to see on opening day.

MARCH BREAK IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO

March Break is the perfect time to get everyone together for some good old fashioned family bonding. There's so much to experience and do together in Richmond Hill, York Region, and Toronto that deciding can become a little daunting. Here's a list to ease you into a week full of fun, and education. These are Observatory Hill's top March Break events for 2016...

A FULL CHRISTMAS

Here at Observatory Hill we're all a little obsessed with outer space, and for good reason. Our whole development is inspired by Richmond Hill's historic David Dunlap Observatory (The DDO,) sure, but let's be real, why wouldn't we be? Space is just cool! It's awe inspiring, it's almost entirely undiscovered, and it helps us build our dreams and aspirations. Not everyone can live at Observatory Hill though, so not everyone will get to experience great leaps of discovery or see what an astronomer sees; however, something really cool is coming that people all over the world can check...

YOUR SUMMER BUCKET LIST FOR THE GTA

Here in Canada, summer is a transient thing. It brings glad tidings upon its warm winds, but then, just as quickly as it arrived, it leaves again. We are faced with a long stretch of cold and dark for almost five months - and we dream longingly of summer’s return.

That’s why we all appreciate the summer months so very much. Yet, as summer is now drawing to a close, it’s high time we greet its decline with zeal and aplomb. That’s why we’ve made this end of summer bucket list - specifically for the GTA. 

So sit back, relax, and decide which of these sublime summer activities you want to include in your end of summer bucket list.

 

Be a Tourist in Your Favourite Part of Toronto


It’s easy to forget that we live in a world-class city and one that’s replete with everything you would need to enjoy your summer bucket list. There’s oodles to see and do in this fair city, especially downtown. 

You can take public transit to make your way to the lakefront, walk around Ripley’s Aquarium and explore (or re-explore) the CN Tower. Truly, the choices are endless when it comes to touring Toronto as part of your summer bucket list.

 

Go to a Blue Jays Game
 

Whether the Jays are doing well this year or not, it’s entirely immaterial compared to the fantastic amount of fun to be had just by getting out to Rogers Stadium and enjoying a sunny day with friends and family. There’s nothing quite like rooting for your favourite team irrespective of stats, odds or any semblance of reason.

As far as putting this one on your summer bucket list goes, you can’t go wrong. Even if you’re not particularly a big fan of baseball, you’ll still find the energy of the crowd to be an intoxicating experience, to say the least.

 

Throw or Attend a BBQ
 

It’s one of life’s simple facts - everybody loves a BBQ. Carnivores, herbivores and omnivores all love to gather outside with friends and family while they partake in heated discussions revolving around the best way to apply heat to food.

It’s a time-honoured tradition that appeals to all types of people, and one that is certainly a worthy inclusion on anyone’s summer bucket list.

 

Have a Bonfire
 

Yet another amazing summer bucket list idea, having a bonfire is the perfect way to send the summer off into the pale blue night. Whether at a friend’s house, a family cottage, or just by a pond, having a bonfire is a great opportunity to enjoy some roasted treats, sing a song or two, and stare into the hypnotic flickering of the dancing flames.

 

Watch the Sunset
 

Considering that the sun is setting on the summer season, what better way to pay homage to it than by enjoying the ending of the day through viewing a beautiful sunset. The very best sunsets are often observed while overlooking a still body of water. So if you can manage it, make your way to a picturesque lake or pond, break out the picnic blankets, snuggle up close to that special someone, and take in the majesty of our beautiful planet.

 

Have a Cottage Weekend
 

This is, without a doubt, the ultimate way to complete a summer bucket list. Whether it be your family’s cottage, your friend’s cottage, or weekend rental, there’s no better way to reflect on a great summer lived and breathed then by enjoying a peaceful repose up north on the lake.

Take the boat out on the bay, grab a rod and do some fishing, or simply walk down the beach for a pleasant stroll, cottages are a quintessential summer location - emblematic of the very spirit of the season.

YOUR SUMMER BUCKET LIST FOR THE GTA

Here in Canada, summer is a transient thing. It brings glad tidings upon its warm winds, but then, just as quickly as it arrived, it leaves again. We are faced with a long stretch of cold and dark for almost five months - and we dream longingly of summer’s return.

That’s why we all appreciate the summer months so very much. Yet, as summer is now drawing to a close, it’s high time we greet its decline with zeal and aplomb. That’s why we’ve made this end of summer bucket list - specifically for the GTA. 

So sit back, relax, and decide which of these sublime summer activities you want to include in your end of summer bucket list.

 

Be a Tourist in Your Favourite Part of Toronto


It’s easy to forget that we live in a world-class city and one that’s replete with everything you would need to enjoy your summer bucket list. There’s oodles to see and do in this fair city, especially downtown. 

You can take public transit to make your way to the lakefront, walk around Ripley’s Aquarium and explore (or re-explore) the CN Tower. Truly, the choices are endless when it comes to touring Toronto as part of your summer bucket list.

 

Go to a Blue Jays Game
 

Whether the Jays are doing well this year or not, it’s entirely immaterial compared to the fantastic amount of fun to be had just by getting out to Rogers Stadium and enjoying a sunny day with friends and family. There’s nothing quite like rooting for your favourite team irrespective of stats, odds or any semblance of reason.

As far as putting this one on your summer bucket list goes, you can’t go wrong. Even if you’re not particularly a big fan of baseball, you’ll still find the energy of the crowd to be an intoxicating experience, to say the least.

 

Throw or Attend a BBQ
 

It’s one of life’s simple facts - everybody loves a BBQ. Carnivores, herbivores and omnivores all love to gather outside with friends and family while they partake in heated discussions revolving around the best way to apply heat to food.

It’s a time-honoured tradition that appeals to all types of people, and one that is certainly a worthy inclusion on anyone’s summer bucket list.

 

Have a Bonfire
 

Yet another amazing summer bucket list idea, having a bonfire is the perfect way to send the summer off into the pale blue night. Whether at a friend’s house, a family cottage, or just by a pond, having a bonfire is a great opportunity to enjoy some roasted treats, sing a song or two, and stare into the hypnotic flickering of the dancing flames.

 

Watch the Sunset
 

Considering that the sun is setting on the summer season, what better way to pay homage to it than by enjoying the ending of the day through viewing a beautiful sunset. The very best sunsets are often observed while overlooking a still body of water. So if you can manage it, make your way to a picturesque lake or pond, break out the picnic blankets, snuggle up close to that special someone, and take in the majesty of our beautiful planet.

 

Have a Cottage Weekend
 

This is, without a doubt, the ultimate way to complete a summer bucket list. Whether it be your family’s cottage, your friend’s cottage, or weekend rental, there’s no better way to reflect on a great summer lived and breathed then by enjoying a peaceful repose up north on the lake.

Take the boat out on the bay, grab a rod and do some fishing, or simply walk down the beach for a pleasant stroll, cottages are a quintessential summer location - emblematic of the very spirit of the season.

AN IMPRESSIVE COLLECTION OF MODEL HOMES

During our Grand Opening Event this coming October 27th, we will have an impressively vast selection of homes available for you to view. The remarkable number of model homes available has reached the grand total of 11! Here’s a quick breakdown of what you can expect to see on opening day.

MARCH BREAK IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO

March Break is the perfect time to get everyone together for some good old fashioned family bonding. There's so much to experience and do together in Richmond Hill, York Region, and Toronto that deciding can become a little daunting. Here's a list to ease you into a week full of fun, and education. These are Observatory Hill's top March Break events for 2016...

A FULL CHRISTMAS

Here at Observatory Hill we're all a little obsessed with outer space, and for good reason. Our whole development is inspired by Richmond Hill's historic David Dunlap Observatory (The DDO,) sure, but let's be real, why wouldn't we be? Space is just cool! It's awe inspiring, it's almost entirely undiscovered, and it helps us build our dreams and aspirations. Not everyone can live at Observatory Hill though, so not everyone will get to experience great leaps of discovery or see what an astronomer sees; however, something really cool is coming that people all over the world can check...

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