Canada & USA Developments
Bois Blanc Canada
Bois Blanc Island Resort is an exclusive, architecturally-distinct private community of waterfront homes, where gentle breezes, sandy beaches and pristine views create a retreat from the everyday. Discover a place near the Southernmost tip of Canada embraced by water, luxury and privacy. A limited collection of townhomes, wooded and waterfront lots is being launched summer 2021.
Kokomo Beach Club
Port Stanley, Lake Erie, Canada
Kokomo Beach Club is an exciting development in Port Stanley; home to one of the best Blue Flag Beaches in Canada. Kokomo Beach Club is a combination of 150 detached homes and 350 condominiums overlooking the existing Kettle Creek Golf Course. Every homeowner is a member of our beach club consisting of a large pool, gym, games room, yoga studio, tennis court and more. Kokomo Beach Club is developed by award winning Wastell Homes.
Lake Simcoe, ON, Canada
Friday Harbour is a marina / village / golf development situated on Big Bay Point on Lake Simcoe. Friday Harbour consists of waterfront condominiums and townhomes, a 1,000 boat slip marina, a boutique village of 30 shops and restaurants, a Doug Carrick designed Championship Golf Course, 200 acre nature preserve, yacht club and beach club.
Cle Elum, WA, United States
Suncadia is a stunning development just 90 miles East of Seattle in Washington State. It includes over 6000 acres, 3 distinct neighbourhoods of custom home sites, condominiums and 54 holes of golf including an Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course.
Tyler was involved with the initial launch of the Lodge at Suncadia selling over $65 million in real estate. Suncadia has successfully sold over 1500 homes over 10 years. Tyler's favourite memories include meeting Arnold Palmer, mountain biking back country trails and sneaking out for a quick 18 holes after work.
Red Leaves Resort
Muskoka, ON, Canada
Red Leaves is a beautiful J.W. Marriott Condominium Hotel on Lake Rosseau in Muskoka, ON. It also includes The Rock, a Nick Faldo Signature designed golf Course.
Tyler lived on Lake Rosseau for 2 years. His favourite times were boating, wakeboarding and breaking par at The Rock golf course.