Terra View Homes set to launch energy efficient community in Guelph

By NextHome Staff
September 01, 2020
Terra View Homes is gearing up for the fall launch of residential home sales in its highly anticipated NiMa Trails project in Guelph.NiMa Trails will include 360 units of multi-block and single-detached homes all built to the Net Zero Ready standard and offered in a variety of layouts, ranging from 1,700 to 3,600 sq. ft. The multi-phase community infrastructure for Phase 1A and 1B is nearing completion.With upwards of 180 multi units planned for the development, residential space will make up the majority of the 34 acres that the project spans in the city's north end. NiMa Trails will also include proposed commercial and office space, a community trail, three wetland areas, and a large community park."It is incredibly exciting to finally be launching this project and all it has to offer to those looking to purchase a new home in this vibrant community," says David Brix, president of Terra View Homes. "We're looking forward to bringing this unique addition to the Guelph residential market."Set to be Guelph's most energy efficient community, NiMa Trails will include the notable Terra Condos project, which is scheduled to break ground in the coming months. Selected as one of the 16 projects chosen to be a part of the Canada Green Building Council's (CaGBC) Zero Carbon Building Standard pilot program in 2017, the construction of Terra will help create and inform the CaGBC's Zero Carbon Building Standard for energy efficient buildings and future building stock across the country.Terra Condos is set to be one of the first of its kind in Canada – a modern, socially responsible boutique condo building that leaves zero carbon footprint by drawing on green power from solar and geothermal energy sources.terra-view.com

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