Builder’s Story

Since its inception in 1953, Lebovic has stood for uncompromising workmanship, outstanding value and an unfailing dedication to making the community we share a better place to live. A family business which today is in its third generation of the Lebovic family, the company has built neighbourhoods for thousands of family’s in the greater Toronto area. From its first development on Old Danforth Rd. in Scarborough to the million dollar plus mansions being constructed today in Aurora, Lebovic homes are built to the highest quality standards.

 

Throughout time, the name Lebovic has set and maintained new industry standards in the design and construction of new homes. Lebovic has won numerous design and architectural awards.

 

Lebovic has built in Whitby, Ajax, Pickering, Scarborough, Stouffville, Aurora, and Nobleton. Countless families have displayed the ultimate loyalty by purchasing three or more Lebovic homes throughout the years. This is one of the best indications that your Lebovic home will surely appreciate in value.

 

While the Lebovic name is synonymous with quality home building, commercial and industrial development as well as land development, the family is also well known for its exceptional philanthropy. The Canadian Cancer Society, Centenary Hospital, Mt. Sinai Hospital and York University have all benefited from the generosity of the Levovics, whose donations have exceeded millions of dollars. The late Harry Lebovic, father of Joe and Willy, founded the company. Joe and Willy regularly donate 20% of their entire annual earnings to charity. Lebovic has been a member of the Greater Toronto Home Builders Association since 1969. Joe Lebovic has also served as national president of the Urban Development Institute as well as two terms as president of the Ontario UDI.

 

When you choose a Lebovic home, you are doing more than just purchasing a Quality that’s assured to appreciate with time. You are also following a tradition that leaves you with the knowledge that you made a wise investment.