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Emer Developments Ltd. is a privately owned development company operating in Uxbridge, Ontario. As owner/operator, Howard Emer has experience in all facets of development/construction including commercial and residential building.

Throughout his 37 year career working in and around the GTA, Howard has maintained a reputation for on-time, on-budget, and high-quality work.

Emer Developments Ltd. is a member of the BILD (Building, Industry and Land Development) and a registered builder in the The Tarion Warranty Corporation.




The name Emer is synonymous with quality home building in Southern Ontario. In 1950, Moe Emer founded Victoria Wood Development Corporation which eventually built approximately 25,000 homes in Toronto and surrounding areas. Moe’s reputation and legacy was built around integrity and his ability to satisfy his customers. Recognition of his contribution to the home building industry was summarized at his passing by the Toronto Star Newspaper;

"Mr. Emer was to building what Wayne Gretsky was to goal scoring".

Today, Emer Developments Ltd. is a continuance of one of the most successful residential building companies to evolve out of post war Toronto. Howard Emer, a second generation home builder since 1973, gained his passion, experience and dedication the old fashioned way, namely, by working at every position within the residential building industry.

As President of Emer Developments Ltd, Howard Emer continues to shares in his fathers’ passion for producing quality commercial and residential developments. Throughout his 37 year career, Howard’s personal attention to detail has contributed to the maintenance of the family reputation for producing on-time, and on-budget projects. Privately owned and based in Uxbridge Ontario, Emer Developments Ltd. is a member of the BILD as well as a registered builder in the The Tarion Warranty Corporation.

 

Builder Architect Magazine Apr 2006

Read about Howard Emer
in the April edition of
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