Burlington is our new home
After being in Markham for almost 12 years, Leaf Design has moved its offices to beautiful Burlington, Ontario. Basically, we’ve migrated from the east side of Toronto to the west side.
As a result of the move, our mailing address has changed (obviously). In addition, we have had to obtain new phone numbers for a variety of technical reasons. Effective immediately, our new contact details are as follows:
460 Brant Street, Suite 300
New Phone Numbers
Local: (289) 427-0172
Toll-Free: 1-855-253-LEAF (5323)
Please make sure to update your records with our new contact details. Mail sent to our previous address will be marked as “return to sender”.
The business has moved to Burlington as part of a personal decision by the owner, Ian Chapman. Having lived in Markham for over 30 years, it was time to move on and find a new place to live and discover new people, places, and things to do.
Having family in Burlington, Ian knew the area had a fantastic sense of community. Burlington has all the modern amenities, but without that big city feel.
Located next door to City Hall, we are right in the center of downtown Burlington. Our new location provides access to great coffee shops and restaurants, while being only a few minutes away from the waterfront. So next time your in the area, drop in to say “hello“.
Where exactly is Burlington?
For those of you not familiar, Burlington is part of Halton Region, which is just outside of the Greater Toronto Area. Being just west of Oakville, travel from Toronto usually takes around 30 – 45 minutes.
Highlights of the Burlington area
- The Brant Street Pier was completed in 2013, this 127 metre pier provides breathtaking views of Lake Ontario from the lookout beacon.
- Spencer Smith Park is a massive park for those who want to stay active, you’ll find plenty of joggers, cyclist, rollerbladers, and dogs being walked.
- Discovery Landing includes a 14,200 square foot building facing the lake and offers prime views for watching the lake weather.
- Beachway Park is a part of the sandbar that links Burlington to Hamilton, and is one of the few white sand beaches in Lake Ontario.