Rosehaven Fresh 2020 Spring Newsletter
May 08, 2020
Rosehaven is in full bloom this spring as we welcome brighter, warmer days. Take a look at our Rosehaven Fresh 2020 Spring Newsletter to get the most up-to-date information about everything going on at Rosehaven this season. We have a number of exciting projects in the works, from new phases to entirely new releases, ranging from low-rise, to mid-rise, to high-rise communities across the GTA. The Rosehaven Fresh 2020 Spring Newsletter is full of valuable information and updates that you won’t want to miss. Learn more about our highly anticipated new home communities, last-chance pre-construction offers, our updated policies and procedures, and the various ways in which we are contributing to efforts put forth by others to help ease the strain on our community due to COVID-19. Click here to read now.
Our passion is your home, and that passion also extends to the health and well-being of our staff, valued purchasers and homeowners, as well as the general public. While many aspects of how we carry out our day-to-day tasks have had to adjust to the current climate, we are proud to say that we are indeed carrying on. To everyone who is a part of the extended Rosehaven family, we wish you and your loved ones safety and good health. And to those still at work on the frontline, providing essential goods and services that we rely on each day, we express the utmost gratitude and have endless admiration for your bravery and commitment.
Rosehaven’s Holiday Hours
When you can reach us over the holidays We all deserve a break this year, but we know some of you may still need to reach us. Here are our hours at our head office this year. Christmas Eve Thursday, Dec. 24 - Open until 1pm Christmas Day Saturday, Dec. 25 - Closed Monday, Dec. 28 - Closed Tues...Read More
Family Bonding Over the Holidays
COVID is going to force us to spend our holidays with those closest to us; here’s how to make it special By this point most of us have settled into new routines. Working from home, virtual schooling, and the like. You’ve probably settled into your new normal, even we’re all eager ...Read More
We still need to celebrate during the pandemic
Just because we can’t do it the way we usually do, we shouldn’t stop trying When Halloween was quote-unquote cancelled in the Greater Toronto Area on the advice of health authorities, children were primed to have a disappointing holiday. There would be candy, but no trick or treating. T...Read More