Meet the Team

Danny Manfred



Danny Manfred has been a Realtor at Coldwell Banker in Sudbury for the past four years.  With a zest for life and a love of people, he chose to combine the two and become a Realtor.  Born and raised in Lively, ON, Danny was more than happy to join forces with Transbuild Contracting and Sixth Avenue Golf and Country Club to launch the vacant land condominium project on 12th Avenue.  Along with Transbuild Contracting and Sixth Avenue Golf and Country Club, Danny was ready to take on the pleasure of representing and seeing the project grow.  “This is an amazing project and I am ecstatic to be part of it. The fact that your home is taken care of while you’re gone, ready when you need time off, access to your private practice green and the premiere nine hole executive golf course and having all amenities a short walk away, is an amazing concept that Greater Sudbury is in dire need of. Effortless ownership and shared lifestyles with like-minded neighbors is a community we all strive to achieve.”

Transbuild Contracting



What They Do

 Past projects include both new construction and repairs/restorations. Occupied and fully operational job sites are never a problem. And they can also plan, manage, and build multi-phase jobs. As general contractor in sudbury, they service water damage claims.

Working Together

Offering an end-to-end client experience that includes seamless communication, budgeting, staffing, on-site organization, and solid, quality handiwork every time. Member of Northern Ontario Construction Asssociation.

Why Transbuild Contracting?

They have worked with homeowners and designers to produce work they think you'll love. Call  today and bring their project management skills and extensive construction experience to your next project.

Mr. & Mrs. Jouppi



Dr. Rod Jouppi and wife Mary Jouppi have been co-owners of Sixth Avenue Golf and Country Club for roughly 20 years.  On the surface it looks like a typical golf club, but Dr. Jouppi says he and his wife strive to make it a model of an ecological business. “My wife, Mary, and I bought this golf course approximately 20 years ago and at the time, I was very aware of the negative environmental effects that golf courses could have due to the use of pesticides, chemicals and excessive water use. I have always treated wildlife and so have a strong focus on the environment as well as animal welfare issues.”  A veterinarian for 40 years, Dr. Jouppi said he had a keen interest in making the course as environmentally friendly as possible. The course is part of the Audubon Society. Jouppi explained before revamping the golf course, they focused on how to do things better environmentally, including natural pond surrounds with bull rushes to clean any residues going into pond systems to ensure clean water returning to the river system, proper drainage and irrigation, along with the best choice of grasses in order to minimize water needs.  “Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses has been assisting golf courses in their efforts to blend environmentally responsible maintenance practices into day-to-day golf course operations. We minimized the use of chemicals and kept the width of fairways to proper design in order to provide natural areas for wildlife,” he stated. Our golf course is designed after the traditional Scottish design and golf as it should be, an interaction between golf & nature.” Recently, the club has developed a small housing development on part of the golf course which will  benefit from their focus on a healthy lifestyle. Sixteen homesites are located there and will always remain quite private; no other houses will ever be in their backyard and they will share a private professional golf green and a private creek and pond system that allows natural drainage of the acreage rather than into storm sewers. “This concept will promote walking since all the town’s amenities are close by yet the homesites feel as though they are in the country,” he said “A healthy community within a healthy environment. The homes will feature one floor living and owners could have their home cared for while away and even have your yards maintained if desired (using a healthy Audubon approach).”

About Us




Lot 1:  131.23 X 98.43

Lot 2: 118.11 X 114.83 

Lot 3: 65.62 X 131.23

Lot 4: SOLD

Lot 5: 42.65 X 127.95

Lot 6: 65.62 X 157.48 X 196.85 (Irregular Depth)

Lot 7: 42.65 X 98.43

Lot 8: 59.06 X 95.14

Lot 9: 55.77 X 104.99

Lot 10: 55.77 X 104.99 

Lot 11: 45.93 X 118.11

Lot 12: 49.12 X 157.48

Lot 13: 49.21 X 232.94

Lot 14: 49.21 X 187.00

Lot 15: 59.06 X 141.08

Lot 16: 65.62 X 141.07





For many of us, our homes are our havens. we see them as a safe and comfortable retreat at the end of a busy day. We consider them a solid and tangible form of investment. Villas at Twelfth Avenue is a very unique project that allows homeowners to explore a diverse range of home designs, from minimalist, rustic or Mideterranean inspired. Regardless of their individual style, the houses at Villas at Twelfth Avenue demonstrate how attention to detail can enhance the value of our homes both personally and fincancially.     

It's our commitment to be innovative and present fresh, new and practical ideas that suit your lifestyle now and for many years to come.    

 It's not too soon to start dreaming...

Mary Jouppi