Over 20 Years
Gordon Stollery launches Kylemore Communities with Patrick O’Hanlon and Frank Spaziani. Their joint vision is to offer homeowners the highest standards in architectural design, craftsmanship and community amenities.
Kylemore celebrates the new millennium by winning the Best Architectural Design Award from the Greater Toronto Home Builders Association.
Angus Glen East Village – Kylemore’s first undertaking – receives OHBA’s Best New Community in Ontario Award.
Angus Glen Golf Club is awarded the Canadian Open
Kylemore receives City of Mississauga Urban Design Award of Excellence for Coventry Lane.
The Town of Markham awards Kylemore with the Building Excellence Award.
Kylemore brings its superb design to The Port of Newcastle on Lake Ontario’s waterfront, where Cape Cod-style homes prove very popular.
Located near historic Unionville, adjacent to York Downs Golf & Country Club, The New Yorkton enclave neighbourhood of deluxe homes and rear lane executive townhomes is launched.
Following the principles of new urbanism, the West Village is launched in the Angus Glen Community. The first release of homes is received with enthusiasm.
Kylemore releases 75’ and 100’ custom home division in West Village.
First annual Kylemore Kares Golf Tournament.
Top golfers from around the world return to Markham when Angus Glen Golf Club hosts the Canadian Open for a second time.
To serve the diverse needs of a growing community, The Angus Glen Community Centre is built. The centre features a library, two NHL-size hockey arenas, swimming pools, a double gymnasium and a community hall.
Kylemore along with Jane Lockart Interior Design wins Best Model Home of the Year Award from the Building Industry & Land Development Asscociation for The Tully Model Home, in West Village.
Gordon Stollery commits $5 million to Markham Stouffville Hospital as a ‘Thank You’ to the community that has so generously supported both Kylemore Communities and Angus Glen Golf Club.
The Stollery family commits $1 million to the University of Toronto.
Gordon Stollery passes suddenly, leaving his seven daughters to continue the family legacy. Cailey Stollery and Lindsay Stollery Jephcott oversee the Kylemore and Angus Glen Companies on behalf of the family.
Markham’s only golf course condominium, The 6th Angus Glen, launches for sale.
Gordon Stollery is honoured posthumously with the Anthony Roman Award, named for former Mayor of Markham and Member of Parliament.
Kylemore along with Mike Niven Interior Design, win Best Suite Design for The 6th at the 32nd annual BILD Awards.
Continuing a successful partnership with Jane Lockhart Interior Design Inc., Kylemore releases a new selection of custom lots showcasing another model home.
In November 2013, Kylemore celebrates the start of construction for The 6th.
Angus Glen Community captures the BILD pinnacle Places to Grow Community of the Year - Low-rise Award. This coveted award recognizes the community that represents the best example of smart growth, environmental preservation, innovative site planning, recreational amenities, streetscapes and architecture.
Parkside East launches. This is final release of detached homes in established East Village. Two Model Homes open to showcase these designs.
Kylemore Communities is the proud recipient of the Markham Design Excellence Award for Angus Glen Community. These prestigious competition-based awards, which recognize and promote excellence in urban design, are presented every four years.
Stollery Estates opens with 26 lots in a private enclave setting beside the original farmhouse of Arthur Stollery and overlooking the Angus Glen Golf Club in the West Village.
The opening of the Peyton Custom Model Home with Jane Lockhart Interior Design Inc. includes 5,300 sq.ft. of spectacular furnished space.
Kylemore opens newly renovated Dublin model home to showcase upgraded finishes available to homeowners.
Supported solely by the company’s loyal trades, consultants and partners, Kylemore Kares Annual Charity Golf Tournament brings the 7 year total funds raised to almost $1 million. Funds are donated to a variety of charities and nonprofit organizations throughout the year.
Blackstock Bridge is named in honour of Frank Blackstock Stollery, Arthur’s father and Gordon’s Grandfather. This completes the connection of the East and West Village of the Angus Glen Community.
Kylemore moves its corporate headquarters to The Shoppes of Angus Glen.
Angus Glen Golf Club hosts the golf for the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games. The first time in 100 years that golf is showcased in the Pan Am Games.
Launch of Kennedy Manors - 132 town manors overlooking York Downs Golf & Country Club. Within 10 days of opening, 90 percent of the homes were sold.
Kylemore builds a new Presentation Centre in the prominent location of Kennedy Road and Major Mackenzie Drive.
First residents move into The 6th condominium.
Kylemore is a finalist for three 2016 OHBA Awards of Distinction and wins two Awards for Best New Home Sales Office and Best Interior Decorating Model Home/Suite.
Kylemore and Mike Niven Interior Design receive the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario (ARIDO) Award of Merit for the Presentation Centre and The 6th Model Suite.
Brownstones, Angus Glen’s most private enclave, launches and becomes another overwhelming success.
The 6th Model Suite 203 captures 2017 OHBA Award for Best Interior Decorating. This model suite is also a finalist for the national CHBA Awards.
Angus Glen Developments receives Heritage Markham Award of Excellence for exterior restoration of a historic schoolhouse within a new commercial development – Colty Corners School est. 1862
Kylemore celebrates 20 years of building superior master-planned communities and timeless quality homes.
Kylemore and Angus Glen Group of Companies are involved in three of York Region’s most exciting new master-planned communities – all located in Markham.
Langstaff-Gateway: a transit-oriented ‘urban’ mixed use community bordered by Yonge St., Bayview Ave. and Hwy. 407.
York Downs: a new master-planned community with significant green space adjoining Angus Glen Community and bordering Kennedy Rd., 16th Ave. and Warden Ave. minutes from Unionville’s Main Street.
North Lands: surrounding the Angus Glen Golf Club which will become a hub for the new village, located north of Major Mackenzie Dr. to Elgin Mills Rd., between Kennedy Rd. and Warden Ave.
Best Brochure Low Rise Nomimation – Village Life
The 6th Angus Glen awarded best lobby by the Ontario Home Builders’ Association
Canadian Home Builders’ Association selects The 6th Angus Glen as winner to receive top award in the category of Mid- to High-rise Condominium (completed)
Kylemore is a finalist for 2017 CHBA Awards of Distinction and winner for 2017 OHBA for the 6th Model Suite
Kylemore and Mike Niven Interior Design receive the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario (ARIDO) Award of Merit for the Presentation Centre and The 6th Model Suite
Kylemore is a finalist for three 2016 OHBA Awards of Distinction and wins two Awards for Best New Home Sales Office and Best Interior Decorating Model Home/Suite
Design Excellence Award – City of Markham
Places to Grow Low-rise Community of the Year Award – BILD (Angus Glen)
Best Suite Design Award – BILD (The 6th)
Best Model Home Award – BILD (Tully model)
Building Excellence Award – City of Markham
Urban Design Award of Excellence – City of Mississauga (Coventry Lane)
Best Architectural Design Award – Greater Toronto Home Builders Association
Best New Community in Ontario – Ontario Home Builders Association (Angus Glen East Village)
Community of the Year – National Post
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 360kids.ca.
KYLEMORE'S 12th ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT ANOTHER 'ABOVE PAR' EXPERIENCE
Kylemore Communities held its 12th Annual Kylemore Kares Charity Golf Tournament on Tuesday, August 13 in Markham. The invitational tournament reserved Angus Glen Golf Club’s two 18-hole championship courses and the company’s trades people, consultants and suppliers enjoyed an early morning start. To date, approximately $1,750,000 in total has been raised and distributed to a variety of charities.
At the lunch celebration following the tournament, Kylemore’s CEO Cailey Stollery and Vice-President Frank Spaziani thanked everyone for their continued support. In their remarks they emphasized the importance of private donations in providing a much-needed boost to funding, enabling charities to continue to deliver the services and programs they offer.
A recipient organization of this year’s fundraising, Evergreen Hospice, was represented at the lunch by Lerryn Pitcher, Community Hospice Manager and Caroline Allen, Fundraiser. In her remarks Ms. Pitcher described the organization’s programs and support services, many of which would benefit from the $15,000 donation.
Evergreen Hospice provides community based supportive services to individuals and their families in Markham, Stouffville and Thornhill who are living with life-threatening illness or coping with the death of a loved one.
In previous years the tournament has supported over 200 charities, including Canadian Mental Health, Sick Kids Foundation, Yellow Brick House, United Way, Children’s Wish, Hockey Helps the Homeless, Flato Markham Theatre, Unionville Home Society, Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation, as well as organizations serving seniors.
For twenty-two years, Kylemore Communities has been building luxury homes of lasting value in some of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area. From boutique resort-style condominiums, to executive townhomes, exquisite detached residences and magnificent custom homes, Kylemore delivers quality craftsmanship, innovative design and superior architecture to their valued homeowners. kylemorecommunities.com
Golfers Enjoy Fun and Fundraising at Kylemore's Annual Tournament
Industry trades people, consultants and suppliers swapped their office attire for golf gear to participate in Kylemore Communities/Angus Glen Developments annual invitational tournament. The 11th Annual Kylemore Kares Charity Golf Tournament was held on both 18-hole championship courses at Angus Glen Golf Club in Markham, on Friday, August 24. To date, almost $1.5 million dollars has been raised and distributed to a variety of charities.
At the lunch following the tournament, CEO Cailey Stollery and family joined with Kylemore’s Vice-President Frank Spaziani to thank participants for their ongoing support over 11 years.
“There are so many charities and non-profit organizations who need assistance to continue to do what they do. Our approach has always been to provide support to as many as possible each year, and together we ensure this happens” said Frank Spaziani.
This year, Eric Lariviere, General Manager of Flato Markham Theatre attended the lunch. On behalf of all contributors, Kylemore presented Lariviere with a donation of $15,000 towards the Theatre’s foundation and Discovery Education Program and the Every Child, Every Year initiative. Every Child, Every Year offers students from grades one to six, enrolled in a Markham school, the opportunity to attend one performance free of charge.
Left to right: Frank Spaziani, Cailey Stollery, Eric Lariviere, Tori Stollery, Lindsay Stollery Jephcott.
In the past, funds raised have supported Canadian Mental Health, Sick Kids Foundation, Yellow Brick House, United Way, Children’s Wish, Unionville Home Society, Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation, as well as seniors, community and grief-based organizations.
For two decades, Kylemore Communities has been creating homes of lasting value in some of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area. From boutique- and resort-style condominiums, to executive townhomes, exquisite detached residences and magnificent custom homes, Kylemore delivers quality craftsmanship, innovative design and superior architecture to their valued, and loyal, homeowners.
11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Thank you to our many trades, suppliers and consultants who supported the 11th Annual Kylemore Kares Charity Golf Tournament. Together we continue in our commitment to give back to many organizations in the community. Our sincerest appreciation for making this annual event a huge success.
Kylemore Kares Donates $100,000 to Ryerson University's Center of Urban Research and Development
Kylemore Communities is pleased to announce a new donation to Ryerson University’s Center of Urban Research and Development in the amount of $100,000.00. This donation is being made by Kylemore in recognition of Patrick O’Hanlon’s many years of service to residential development in the City of Markham while working in leadership positions with Kylemore. Kylemore plans to arrange for an appropriate plaque at Ryerson. Mr. O’Hanlon served as President of Kylemore Communities until his resignation in July of 2017. He has been active in his support of Ryerson advancement initiatives and he is a recipient of Ryerson’s prestigious Alumni Award of Distinction. The Centre of Urban Research and Development is an independent voice that provides advice and research results to government, business and citizens interested in the land development industry. With this donation, Kylemore continues to demonstrate its leadership and forward thinking in the residential development community.
SUPPLIERS AND TRADES
FILL SANTA’S SLEIGH FOR STARLIGHT
Back row, centre, Trudy Rudolph flanked by Kylemore head office team. Front row, at left, Suzanne Raheb beside Mariam Aboutaam, Kylemore’s marketing director.
As an integral part of its corporate philosophy, Markham-based new home and community builder Kylemore Communities is committed to lending a hand to charities and non-profit organizations in areas in which it builds. Throughout the year, the company hosts events that reflect this spirit. On Nov. 30, Kylemore held its annual Holiday Season Celebration at The School Fine Dining to show its appreciation to its dedicated trades, suppliers, employees and supporters. Guests were invited to join Kylemore in support of the Starlight Children’s Foundation Toy Drive by bringing children’s gifts, and the response was extremely generous.
“This annual gathering is our way of thanking our suppliers for their ongoing support which enables us to continue to provide top quality homes and neighbourhoods to new home buyers,” says Patrick O’Hanlon, Kylemore’s president. “I’m pleased but not surprised by the many donations we collected this year; these are some of the most generous people I know.”
Following the party, Trudy Rudolph and Suzanne Raheb of Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada met with some of Kylemore’s team to collect the toys, books and games. “We are so grateful to Kylemore for including us in their holiday program,” says Trudy Rudolph, Hospital program coordinator for Starlight. “This year we have close to 70 Starlight families who will benefit from our Toy Drive. This donation represents a huge boost to our campaign.”
For more than 20 years, Starlight Children’s Foundation has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses and life-altering injuries.
Through a broad array of in-patient, out-patient and online resources, Starlight works hard to support seriously ill children and their families from diagnosis through the entire course of medical treatment and beyond. Whether it’s a trip to the zoo, a toy-filled playroom or an exciting sporting event, Starlight’s mission is to bring fun, joy and giggles right where they are needed the most. To learn more visit starlightcanada.org
Since 1997, Kylemore Communities has been creating some of the Greater Toronto Area’s most desirable communities and homes of lasting value. From magnificent custom homes, to exquisite detached residences, executive townhomes and luxurious boutique resort-style condominiums, Kylemore delivers superior architecture, innovative design and quality craftsmanship to their valued homeowners. For an overview of Kylemore Communities visit kylemorecommunities.com
The 5th Annual Kylemore Kares Charity Golf Tournament
EXCITING FUND-RAISING EVENT ANNOUNCED FOR 6-YEAR OLD JULIA MORREALE
Six-year old Julia Morreale, already a recipient of a heart transplant at the age of 8 months, is in further need of medical attention since being diagnosed with a third recurrence of Post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder (PTLD), a rare form of cancer which only affects transplant patients. Friends, family and supporters have rallied together to organize a special evening entitled “Kylemore Kares presents An Evening with Brian Roman in support of Julia Morreale.”
The event is being held on Thursday, October 20 starting at 7:30pm at the Markham Theatre. Ticket prices are $50 and $75 each and are available to purchase at the Box Office online at www.markhamtheatre.ca or by calling 905-305-7469. Well known entertainer Brian Roman has donated his time to assist with organizing the event as well as his extraordinary musical talent as the headline entertainment for the evening.
“Our ultimate goal is to raise enough funds to cover all costs for the procedures which will provide Julia with the T-cell infusion treatment her Doctors at Sick Kids have recommended is her best chance for remission. This is only available at the Sloane Kettering Cancer Centre in New York or in Europe. The treatment is not covered by OHIP,” says event sponsor Kylemore Communities President Patrick O’Hanlon. “We hope to raise community awareness as well as kick-start assistance for the family by raising $25,000 from this fabulous event. Every penny from ticket sales will go towards Julia’s treatment,” he adds.
Event sponsors include Kylemore Communities, The Village Grocer Hockey with Heart, and Markham Economist & Sun. “Community is all about making a difference when and where we can. The Village Grocer and Hockey with Heart, my colleagues and partners, want everyone to be involved in giving Julia her chance and making a difference for her,” says Evan MacDonald of The Village Grocer and spokesperson for Hockey with Heart. “Join us on October 20 or participate in any way you can, for Julia’s sake,” he adds.
To learn more about how you can help to make a difference for Julia, call Bill Dawson at 647-300-4891 or Sandra Bratty at 416-271-1737.
The Morreale family have two other children and are extremely grateful to everyone who has given them support and encouragement during the past 5 1/2 years, while Julia has been in and out of hospital. To learn more visit helpjulia.blogspot.com
TD Canada Trust branches in Markham/Unionville are also accepting ‘in trust’ donations for the family.
KYLEMORE COMMUNITIES HOCKEY WITH HEART EVENT CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT RAISES $100,000
In August, Kylemore Communities Hockey with Heart Charity Golf Event and Gala, held at Angus Glen Golf Club, raised $100,000 for community organizations including Children’s Wish, B-Strong, Pathways for Children, Youth and Families, Yellow Brick House, and Markham Food bank.
“It was a phenomenal success,” said Patrick O’Hanlon, President of Kylemore Communities. “The event brought together our Kylemore trades and suppliers, plus many local families and community partners to help a wonderful cause. This year’s success sets a benchmark we can build on with even more community participation in the future.” The event kicked-off with registration and lunch for 200 keen golfers who teed off at 1:30pm. The evening’s entertainment included a mouth-watering dinner and live performance by Northern Harbour – Canada’s ultimate Jimmy Buffet tribute band. Great prizes and a silent auction wrapped up the event.
“We will be contributing over $100,000 to satisfy identified needs and provide support to our community organizations,” said Bill Dawson, Chair of Hockey with Heart.
Hockey with Heart was started by Unionville Men’s Hockey League.
KYLEMORE COMMUNITIES HOCKEY WITH HEART FUNDRAISER PROMISES A FUN-PACKED EXPERIENCE
If you hurry, there’s still time to join in the fun at the entertainment event of the summer! Tickets are going quickly for the Kylemore Communities Hockey with Heart tapas-style dinner and summer concert overlooking the fairways, featuring Unionville’s own, Brian Neale and Northern Harbour, the ultimate Jimmy Buffett tribute band. The fabulous evening will be held at the Angus Glen Golf Club on Wednesday, August 3rd, and will provide an exciting culmination to the sold-out annual golf tournament. The Charity Golf Event is hoping to raise $125,000 for local Community In Need initiatives including B-Strong, Children’s Wish, Pathways for Children, Youth and Families, Markham Food Bank, Yellow Brick House and others. Tickets for the evening are $100 each.
“Together with our Presenting Sponsors Cicso and Angus Glen Golf Club, we are excited and proud to offer this opportunity to individuals, families, and anyone wanting to host a corporate or neighbourhood group and help community causes,” says Kylemore Communities president, Patrick O’Hanlon. “Hockey with Heart is an offshoot of the Unionville Men’s Hockey League - a special brand of people who give selflessly to help others. We were holding similar community fundraising events, so we decided to collaborate on this Golf Tournament.”
“Hockey with Heart and Kylemore Communities have community giving philosophies and objectives that are aligned so much that our collaborative partnership in this event and others to follow only makes sense,” says Bill Dawson, chair of Hockey with Heart. “We felt that reaching out to our community supporters together was more effective and that our collective contribution from our efforts would be more impactful in making a difference.”
“Cisco Canada is pleased to have the opportunity to support the Kylemore Communities Hockey with Heart Golf and Entertainment Event,” adds Ron McDougall, Senior VP, Business Networks at Cisco Canada. “Cisco believes we have an obligation to support the Communities where we live, work and play. We are aware of the many causes Kylemore and Hockey with Heart supports and it is our privilege to participate.”
Cailey Stollery, President of Angus Glen Golf Club, says, “We are proud to be a Presenting Sponsor for this event, which brings together wonderful people who are dedicated to the common cause of helping others. The golf tournament and spectacular dinner and concert are THE place to be on August 3rd!”
The evening festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m. For tickets or information on how you can contribute, contact Mariam Aboutaam at email@example.com/905 887 5799 Ext 418 or Bill Dawson at firstname.lastname@example.org/647 300 4891.
A VISION OF SUCCESS
Sixty years ago, Arthur Stollery had a vision for his farm property where Angus Glen Golf Club and the surrounding community are now located. Today, Cailey Stollery, Lindsay Stollery Jephcott and Frank Spaziani continue that tradition of excellence over the 20 years of success of Angus Glen Developments & Kylemore.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
ANGUS GLEN AND KYLEMORE GROUP OF COMPANIES
I recall years ago, our grandfather (Arthur Stollery) took me into the pastures for horses and cattle and asked me, “What would you think if I built a golf course here?” Years later, my father and his sister, Laurie, embraced Arthur’s vision, taking it further by planning the community that would become Angus Glen. I have been involved with Angus Glen and Kylemore since 1997.
As female business owners, one of our greatest strengths is consensus seeking. Our team members own their jobs, which provides an opportunity to grow and learn, and we take pride in their efforts. We instill in them our values of loyalty, integrity, passion, equality and fun. We’ve assembled a Kylemore team that consistently demonstrates a passion for the industry and the communities we build.
LINDSAY STOLLERY JEPHCOTT
CHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER
ANGUS GLEN AND KYLEMORE GROUP OF COMPANIES
For more than 20 years, Kylemore/Angus Glen Developments have been an integral part of the growth and development of Markham. I’m sure our father and grandfather would be amazed at how our land and these companies evolved over the years, and how the community has thrived.
We come from a line of entrepreneurs who had great foresight in all of their businesses. Our Board and Executive Team engage in similar longterm visioning as it relates to creating best-in-class products and planning the land we own to develop better communities.
Our father would be very proud that we sisters work together as a team. Our ability to develop the lands with patience and foresight for future generations is something he ingrained in us, and he would be happy to see us continue with his vision.
Maintaining a leadership position in any industry requires a company to evolve. Over the past, Kylemore has earned a reputation for building exquisite luxury residential neighbourhoods in southern Ontario, with the most well known situated in and around Angus Glen Golf Club. At Angus Glen Community, we’ve adhered to a commitment to providing quality of life and lasting value for the families who call this neighbourhood home. Quality of life is visible in the streetscapes, parks and greenspace, views and vistas, and convenient access to shops, eateries, schools and the incredible programs and facilities of Angus Glen Community Centre.
Our path will take us into community building on a scale that is new and exciting. We will continue to offer the familiar - collections of detached homes, custom homes, townhomes, and mid-rise condos. We will also break new ground by engaging in City-building at Langstaff-Gateway and envisioning a new town (we refer to as Angus Glen North Lands) on acres to the north of Major Mackenzie between Kennedy and Warden, surrounding Angus Glen Golf Club’s two courses and clubhouse in Markham.
In the next decade, Kylemore will be bringing between 6,000 and 9,000 new residences to Markham. This will require us to bring our combined passion and experience to these exciting new developments, contributing our part to the city’s continued growth and evolution.
Angus Glen Golf Club is a public golf course and is known internationally for hosting PGA Tour events on both of its championship golf courses.
Golf at the Angus Glen Golf Club offers beauty, challenge, first-class service and maybe best of all, variety.
Each time you choose to play Angus Glen, you are walking the same fairways that the world’s best golfers have competed on.
The South Course hosted the 2002 Canadian Open, when John Rollins defeated Justin Leonard and Neal Lancaster in an exciting sudden death playoff.
Capturing the title for the second consecutive year Jim Furyk out duelled Vijay Singh on the North Course to win the 2007 Canadian Open.
With two different challenges waiting, Angus Glen will provide a memorable day of play for all!
ACCESSIBILITY CUSTOMER SERVICE POLICY
Kylemore Communities is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. We believe in integration and equal opportunity.
We are committed to meeting the needs of people with disabilities in a timely manner, and will do so by preventing and removing barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.Download