In an industry in which builders come and go with the market cycles, ParkLane Homes has endured for decades by staying true to its vision as a builder of quality homes in exceptional communities.
“ParkLane’s approach to home building goes far beyond the house itself,” explains Ben Taddei, the company’s chief operating officer. “For us, it is about creating a better community. This starts with the types of sites that we build on and their proximity to amenities and transit. Our approach to sustainability involves choosing a location that allows homeowners alternative modes of transportation, including public transit, biking and also walking to work, to shopping and other amenities,” says Taddei. “For this reason ParkLane will continue to build in locations that are closer to existing town centres.”
Bedford Landing is a prime example of ParkLane’s commitment to building better communities. Located adjacent to the Fraser River and the town centre of Fort Langley, the community offers a diverse mix of architectural styles – from craftsman, heritage industrial to colonial – in a setting that is ideal for raising a family, enjoying retirement or simply enjoying the multitude of nearby amenities.
“In Bedford Landing, we have home types ranging from single-family detached to condominium apartments,” says Taddei. “This type of home diversity, in combination with acres of dedicated green space and varied landscaping, creates a more distinct community that provides a richer experience for residents.”
ParkLane’s reputation as a customer-focused organization has also contributed greatly to its success. Over the years, ParkLane has been acknowledged for building excellence both nationally and provincially and its Bedford Landing community is no exception. The Canadian Home Builders’ Association of B.C. recognized Bedford Landing with four Best Single Family Home finalist awards. This is more than any other builder of detached homes.
Excerpt reprinted from WESTCOAST HOMES & DESIGN FEBRUARY 2010