Kylemore Communities
A message regarding COVID-19

The health, safety and well-being of our Clients, Partners and Team are a top priority. We are closely monitoring developments as they relate to COVID-19 and are taking the following precautionary steps in order to safeguard everyone.

Head OfficeHead Office is closed and staff are operating on a work-from-home basis. Should you require assistance or need to get in touch with one of our Team directly, kindly e-mail them directly. For general assistance, please e-mail info@kylemorecommunities and your e-mail will be replied to by the most appropriate person.

Sales OfficeThe Sales Office is closed. Our Sales Manager is available via e-mail, should you have any questions regarding the purchase of a Kylemore home.

Décor CentreThe Décor Centre is closed. Our Décor Centre team will be in touch to schedule appointments, when it is safe to do so. Any questions can be e-mailed to for a reply.

Customer Service Effective today, the Customer Service Team is not scheduling any in-person appointments. All service and warranty work is suspended until further notice. If you have an emergency situation and for all other inquiries, please e-mail

Construction SitesWe are in communication with our industry partners and have implemented measures based on their recommendations. As things evolve, we will communicate directly with our trades and suppliers. HOMEOWNERS ARE ASKED NOT TO VISIT OUR CONSTRUCTION OFFICE; for safety we are operating with reduced staff. If you have questions about your home, kindly e-mail info@kylemorecommunities.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate the evolving situation together.

We wish you all good health.

Kylemore Communities

Kylemore Kares Supports Hockey Helps The Homeless York Region


More than 245 players, 27 retired pros, almost 100 volunteers, 40 sponsors and more than 2,200 donors came together recently to help the homeless in York Region. As a result, Hockey Helps the Homeless (HHtH) York Region was able to grant more than $200,000 to its partner beneficiaries.

Kylemore Communities was one of 24 teams entered to play in York Region at this year’s Hockey Helps the Homeless Tournament held in Markham. Registered teams were assigned one or two former professional players, taking to the ice for three games during the day-long tournament held at Angus Glen Community Centre and Centennial Community Centre.

“It’s such an important event to raise awareness for the plight of people who are homeless and the charities that support them,” says Frank Spaziani, Kylemore’s vice-president and team captain. “Congratulations to the organizers for such a well-run and fun event. With the annual support of our consultants, trades and suppliers, Kylemore has been a donor to Hockey Helps the Homeless for many years.”

Funds raised from 2019 benefit 360°kids to give homeless and at-risk youth in York Region the safe homes needed to get back on their feet. Learn more