Geranium Homes

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company

Geranium is a Canadian property development company.

History

In 1977, Earl Rumm and Barry Feiner formed Geranium Homes, which began with building two single homes in Scarborough.[1] By 1987, Geranium Homes was actively building communities throughout Ontario including in Aurora, Bolton, Heart Lake, Newmarket and Barrie.

In 1992, 15 years after its inception, Stats Can (1992) identified Geranium Homes as Canada’s fourth largest home builder.[2]

Geranium Corporation

In the mid-1990s, Rumm and Feiner began focusing on land ownership and development. In 1995, Rumm and Feiner formed Geranium Corporation and launched into large scale community development.[3]

By 2007, Geranium Homes, now a division of Geranium Corporation, re-entered into the low-rise housing market with the launch of a ravine community — The Neighbourhoods Of Cardinal Point in Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ontario.[4]

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