Quality and Design should never be compromised,
which is why families have turned to Monakko Developments to build their lifestyle.
Monakko Developments is committed to exceeded both the industry standards
as well as the Tarion Standards found in their Customer Performance Guidelines.
There are dreamers, and doers. If you’re reading this, it’s most likely because you’ve reached the pinnacle of success and now you’re looking to build your legacy. And that starts with a Monakko Developments designer home. It’s time to make your dream come to life. Call us today for your consultation.
Monakko Developments was born for many reasons. Coming from a corporate background, KJ Kanesalingam was able to identify the need and inspiration for unique and complex designs in the residential housing space. A vision for Monakko which is quality and new elements of design in the residential real estate development industry.
To deliver on these one of a kind unique designs; the Monakko team is built of skilled architects, designers and engineers in the industry. The team will take the time to understand what you envision to build as your home. These are not your typical cookie cutter volume builder homes. Each home will have its own story to tell as it will be drawn out by our architects to your personal liking; which you can call home.
Your voice and style matters – which is why we have on-going sessions with you and the Monakko Developments team.
We believe when communities come together, they become stronger. This is why we have committed our brand and resources to support organizations in the GTA to create better futures for our families and the communities we serve directly by paying it forward.
SAAAC builds inclusive communities through culturally responsible autism practices and accessible Programming. 300 Families are supported by SAAAC’s programs annually. The modern learning centre at SAAAC encompasses 11,000 Sq.FT. Over 150 Volunteers are empowered through training at SAAAC.
The Canadian Tamils’ Chamber of Commerce (“CTCC”) was established as a voluntary non-profit, non-sectarian, non-sectional organization in 1991 to “develop and foster entrepreneurship”. For over 25 years, CTCC has built a strong community that consists of innovative, successful and passionate individuals who continue to lead the approximately 500,000 strong Canadian Tamil community to success.