The Right Location




Brockville is the largest City in our region and long seen as the industrial centre of Eastern Ontario. Boasting spectacular century homes on the waterfront and new subdivisions. Brockville has the right home for your team.


As the second largest community, Prescott has an expanding stock of residential homes. Conveniently located along Highway 401 with quick access to highway 417, this might just be the perfect location for a remote worker. 

Elizabethtown Kitley

With a thriving industrial park and just steps from highway 401, many companies have found Elizabethtown-Kitley to be the perfect destination for their employees and business. Elizabethtown-Kitley has a full range of residential locations from small century country homes to executive residences on large lots, we have it all.


Front of Yonge Township boasts the 1000 Islands Parkway and the perfect stretch of waterfront locations as part of their advantage. Stretching along the St. Lawrence River we can be the perfect location for your business and employees.

Augusta Township

Seen as the agriculture centre of the St. Lawrence Corridor, the Township of Augusta is also home to the region’s largest serviced industrial park. This part of the region is seeing a transformation to a bio-industrial economy with many world-class performers moving here. Along with these industrial benefits we also have a variety of residential options that will appeal to your employees. 

Edwardsburgh Cardinal

Edwardsburgh Cardinal has become known for industrial expansion the last few decades. With companies such as Giant Tiger, Ingredion, Greenfield Global etc. located in this area. Edwardsburgh-Cardinal is also home to the Port of Johnstown an expanding port for the St. Lawrence Seaway. Edwardsburgh-Cardinal also hosts a variety of residential opportunities, including the historic town of Spencerville.


The Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands is a mix of productive agricultural opportunities and magestic waterfront homes. This township is also see as the tourism centre of the region with the Village of Rockport home to several St. Lawrence 1000 Islands cruises.