Subdivision development begins in Town of Exeter


Pinnacle Quality Homes project to be built in two phases resulting

in 57 multiple attached units, 13 single detached dwellings

On June 20th, the Mayor and Council of South Huron were on hand for a special sod turning ceremony to mark the start of the Pinnacle Quality Homes subdivision project in the Town of Exeter.

“This project is the result of a collaborative effort between John Meinen and his team at Pinnacle, South Huron Council, municipal staff, and the community at large,” said Mayor George Finch. “I’m very pleased to see development underway and I congratulate all involved for demonstrating that South Huron is open for business.”

This residential subdivision will consist of 57 multiple attached units, 13 single detached dwellings, two storm water management ponds and two open space blocks. Development will occur in two phases. Phase One includes eight single detached dwellings, 24 multiple attached units, two storm water management ponds, and an open space block. Phase Two will include five single detached dwellings, 33 multiple attached units, and an open space block. The subdivision will be accessed by Simcoe Street and by London Road (Hwy 4).

John Meinen is President of Pinnacle Quality Homes, which was founded in 1999. He has been in the construction industry for over 30 years serving four terms as President of the Stratford and Area Builders’ Association, Past President of the Ontario Home Builders’ Association and is currently Vice President of the Canadian Home Builders. He has served on the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association Advisory Council and on the Ontario Home Builders Association Health and Safety Committee. Pinnacle Quality Homes was one of the prominent builders of Jennan Estates and the Queensland Subdivision, both located in the City of Stratford.

sod for subdivision

Photo credit: Scott Nixon