Putting your experience first
It’s a powerful idea that informs everything we do. By focusing on the homeowner not just the home, we change the nature of our business: How can we support people in their search for a better place to live? What can we provide to make the process of buying a home positive and trouble-free? What can we as builders do to enhance wellbeing and quality of life?
We have a commitment to results that can be measured. Our projects are consistently recognized for their excellence. We win awards not only for our architecture and floorplans, but also for our sales centres and model suites.
- BILD Home Builder of the Year: 2002, 2006
- Tarion Awards of Excellence, High Rise Builder: 2006
- Tarion Award of Excellence, High Rise Builder: 2010 (finalist)
- See more Great Gulf awards
On independent surveys of homebuyers, we receive outstanding ratings for customer service and satisfaction, before and after sales—confirmation that our focus on customer experience is working. AVID Ratings independently tracks customer satisfaction among new homeowners. Great Gulf exceeds industry averages across categories, including:
- Total Home Buying Experience
- Home Value for Price Paid
- Home Clean and Ready on Closing
- Prompt Warranty Service
- Recommend to Family and Friends
In the mid-1990s we began to build condominiums in downtown Toronto. We set a goal of creating exceptional places to live, and we succeeded—The Morgan, 18 Yorkville, X - The Condominium, and the forthcoming One Bloor are a few examples. In the world of condominium living, every square foot matters. Collaborating with leading architects, engineers, and designers, we learned the crucial importance of materials, light, proportion, ergonomics. Today we bring the same vision of inspired design to everything we build.
In the coming months we’ll be launching some of the most innovative projects we’ve undertaken. And we’ll be using our experience to help make your experience of buying a home - and living in it - the best it can be.
The physical dimensions of a home are measured in square feet. The idea of home can be as big as you want.