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Building places that define neighbourhoods.

For more than fifty years, Century Group has built places that define neighbourhoods: places with walkable streets where people live, shop and work; and places connected to natural landscapes. These are places that if built at a human-scale, with an aim of reducing energy use, create more sustainable communities with durable value and lasting beauty.

Century Thinking

People

People that embrace Century Thinking are excited by the concept of building community in their cities, neighbourhoods and workplaces. Our people are engaged in our core values of community, collaboration and creativity.

Community – a thoughtfully created environment that enhances the physical, social and spiritual well-being of its inhabitants.

Collaboration – relationships based on trust, contribution, shared purpose and commitment to building better communities.

Creativity – a people-centred working environment generating thoughtful design and business methods and having fun in what we create.

Projects

Projects that embody Century Thinking are vibrant, transit-oriented destinations built in urban and emerging urban centres. Our projects express a thoughtful relationship between buildings, public spaces and neighbourhoods.

Buildings – that demonstrate energy and resource efficiency and lasting beauty through exceptional architecture and design.

Public spaces – such as streets, sidewalks, parks and markets, that serve the economic and social needs of our communities.

Neighbourhoods – where a range of built forms support a diversity of ages and incomes, access to local jobs, transportation options, amenities and services in a walkable environment.

Business Partnerships

Business Partnerships that reflect Century Thinking are based on a commitment to leadership in sustainable projects. Our Business Partnerships are valued, working relationships with communities, investors, builders and designers.

Buildings – that demonstrate energy and resource efficiency and lasting beauty through exceptional architecture and design.

Public spaces – such as streets, sidewalks, parks and markets, that serve the economic and social needs of our communities.

Neighbourhoods – where a range of built forms support a diversity of ages and incomes, access to local jobs, transportation options, amenities and services in a walkable environment.