Mattamy Homes, tacc Construction Ltd., Paradise Developments and Fieldgate Homes formed a consortium called Seaton tfpm which purchased 397.4 acres located south of casino opening 2018 Highway 7 and west of Sideline.
It will become one of Ontario's top tourism destinations and entertainment sites, said Ryan.
As we have these businesses moving in, confidence is being shown.The Seaton Landowners Group is comprised of Mattamy, DG Group, Lebovic Homes and White Sun Developments.The federal government has commissioned what they tell us is going to be the final study through kpmg, said Ryan. .Red Crest Developments purchased approximately.5 acres at 100,000 an acre. .It will build two adjacent office buildings totalling almost 300,000 square feet that will present leasing opportunities for businesses of all sizes. .Clair, Toronto; Dolphin Bingo, Toronto; Grand River Raceway; Mohawk Raceway; Rama Charitable Gaming Centre, Mississauga; Woodbine Racetrack.
Pickering airport still a possibility, the federal government owns thousands of acres of land immediately north of the Seaton community which were expropriated in the early 1970s, with plans to build an international airport that has yet to come to fruition.
It will build a four-star hotel with an adjoining 30,000-square-foot convention centre to accommodate industry conventions, trade shows, corporate meetings, weddings and social events.Marie; Delta Bingo and Gaming, Brampton; Delta Bingo and Gaming, Oakville ; Delta Bingo and Gaming,.Text view setting: Medium.Cbre was enlisted in 2016 to sell approximately 1,200 acres of Infrastructure Ontario-managed land in Seaton, with approximately 308 acres for residential and mixed-use, 834 acres for employment and 56 acres for community uses.The Durham Live development, expected to cost approximately.3 billion, will include a casino, indoor water park, film studio, hotels, restaurants, convention space and more. .

With the option agreement, the City was able to purchase the land directly from the province for 100,000 an acre (not serviced said Mark Guinto, Pickering's manager of business development and public affairs. .
Becoming a development hotbed.