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The Toll Brothers story.
At Toll Brothers, we love to say that our pride is palpable. Not only are we proud of the superior quality luxury homes we build, we're proud of the legacy we've crafted within the home building industry.
It all started in the mid 1960s when two brothers, Bob and Bruce Toll, found the right piece of land in rural Pennsylvania and opened their first new home community in 1967. They had a vision for building more than just homes. Together, they recognized a growing demand for luxury homes within communities where amenities, convenience, and friendships created a unique lifestyle.
Decades later, we're proud to be the nation's premier builder of luxury homes. Our master-planned communities, golf courses, active living communities, and city living properties are located in 22 states across the U.S.
We're also proud of our multiple ancillary businesses, including mortgage services, engineering, component manufacturing, assembly, and beyond. By design, our subsidiaries are fully integrated with Toll Brothers to deliver on our brand.
A History of Toll Brothers
Toll Brothers is founded by Bob and Bruce Toll in southeastern Pennsylvania. Inspired by their father, a home builder, the brothers build their first two homes, colonials.
After building homes in Pennsylvania for nearly a decade, Toll Brothers breaks ground on its first large master planned community concept following the completion of the newly connected I-95 corridor to New York City, transforming Bucks County, PA into a bedroom community.
Toll Brothers makes its first move out of Pennsylvania, entering neighboring state New Jersey.
Toll Brothers sells its 1,000th home.
Toll Brothers becomes a public company, and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: TOL) with revenues of $124.6 million from 15 communities.
Enters Northern Delaware.
The in-house marketing firm, Toll Architecture, and ESE, the engineering, survey and environment planning group, are launched.
First Toll Integrated Systems (TIS) opens in the Philadelphia area to manufacture and supply quality engineered construction components and related services.
Toll Brothers extends into the mortgage industry with Westminster Mortgage in Delaware, now named TBI Mortgage, and serving 20 states.
Bob and Bruce Toll are awarded Builder of the Year by Professional Builder magazine.
Toll Brothers becomes the largest builder of luxury homes in the U.S.
With the acquisition of Blue Bell Country Club, a golf community in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Toll Brothers enters the golf and resort market.
Enters Virginia and Connecticut.
The first-ever "Toll Gala" fundraiser is held. This event continues to be held annually and has been a great success year-after-year, benefitting national organizations like the American Red Cross and the American Cancer Society.
Westminster Title, a subsidiary of Toll Brothers opens, its doors.
Enters New York.
Toll Brothers sells its 10,000th home.
Toll Landscape is launched and now serves Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Virginia.
Enters North Carolina, and expands beyond the East Coast into California.
Enters Florida and Texas.
Toll Brothers conducts its first builder acquisition, Geoffrey H. Edmunds & Associates, Inc., a Scottsdale, Arizona-based luxury home builder, to enter Arizona.
Toll Brothers makes its debut online when TollBrothers.com goes live.
Westminster Security subsidiary launches, now TBI Smart Home Solutions.
Enters Nevada and Illinois.
Toll Brothers acquires Coleman Homes to enter Las Vegas.
Toll Golf & Country Club Division is launched with the first Toll Brothers-built golf course at Laurel Creek Country Club in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, featuring an Arnold Palmer-designed golf course.
Dulles Green apartment community in Herndon, Virginia becomes the first rental community developed by Toll Brothers.
Enters Michigan with the acquisition of Detroit's Silverman Companies.
Toll Brothers develops its first Active Adult community with Riviera at Westlake in New Jersey.
Toll Integrated Systems opens a second location in Emporia, Virginia.
The acquisition of Hoboken, NJ-based The Manhattan Building Company spurs the launch of Toll Brothers City Living division.
Jacksonville, Florida-based builder Richard R. Dostie, Inc. is also acquired.
The first Toll Brothers Design Studio opens in Florida offering home buyers a showroom environment to view and compare the luxury and designer options available for a new Toll Brothers home. Today, there are more than 25 Design Studio locations in key locations throughout the country.
With a continued commitment to philanthropic endeavors, Toll Brothers begins its sponsorship of the Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcasts, which continues today.
Toll Brothers acquires the Central Florida/Orlando division of Landstar Homes.
Making its Manhattan debut, Toll Brothers City Living develops its first high-rise luxury condominium, One Ten Third, which features 21 stories and 77 residences.
Groundbreaking Design Your Own Home online tool is awarded the coveted Webby Award.
A third Toll Integrated Systems location opens in Knox, Indiana.
Toll Brothers' Naval Square community is recognized by the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia as a recipient of the 2008 Grand Jury Award for Preservation Achievement for the preservation of historically significant architecture and structures throughout the Philadelphia metropolitan region, South Jersey, and Delaware.
Doug Yearley is named Chief Executive Officer of Toll Brothers, and Bob Toll takes on the role of Executive Chairman.
Gibraltar Capital and Asset Management is launched.
Toll Brothers purchases CamWest.
Toll Brothers is awarded Builder of the Year by Professional Builder magazine for the second time in its history.
The acquisition of Shapell Industries transforms the Toll Brothers footprint with a major expansion into coastal California.
Toll Brothers City Living expands into metro-Washington, DC.
Building off of previous rental community success, the Toll Brothers Apartment Living division is launched.
Toll Brothers develops its first active adult community west of the Mississippi with Anthem Ranch in Colorado.
Culpepper, Virginia becomes the site of the fourth Toll Integrated Systems location.
Toll Brothers sells its 100,000th home.
Toll Brothers is named Builder of the Year by Builder magazine.
With the launch of Toll Brothers Campus Living and the development of Terrapin Row at the University of Maryland, Toll Brothers changes student housing with a vibrant makeover.
Toll Brothers takes the #1 spot for the honors of the "World's Most Admired Company/Home Builders" by FORTUNE magazine* and America's Most Trusted Builder by Lifestory Research†.
For the sixth year in a row, Toll Brothers is voted as one of the Top Workplaces by the Philadelphia Inquirer. The company is also nominated as one of the Top Workplaces for Millennials by FORTUNE magazine.
Enters Idaho with the acquisition of Coleman Homes.
In the FORTUNE magazine 2016 Survey of the "World's Most Admired Companies®"‡ Toll Brothers is ranked #6 worldwide across ALL INDUSTRIES in Quality of Products/Services Offered after Apple, Walt Disney, Amazon, Alphabet, and Nordstrom, and before Netflix and Facebook. In the same 2016 survey, Toll Brothers is again named the #1 Home Builder Worldwide.
Toll Brothers celebrates 30 years on the New York Stock Exchange, finishing 2016 with revenues of $5.17 billion.
Toll Brothers celebrates its 50th anniversary.
For the fourth year in a row, Toll Brothers is ranked the #1 Home Builder Worldwide on the FORTUNE Magazine "World's Most Admired Companies®" list.§
Toll Brothers Careers
"Top employer. Best Builder. Most admired." We're flattered by these accolades and honored to be the recipient of some of the most coveted awards in the industry. Employees who choose to work with us not only experience the culture within a top workplace, but also the satisfaction of helping us continue our legacy of excellence in leadership, customer satisfaction, and quality building.
Our commitment to human rights.
Toll Brothers and its employees are committed to respecting human rights in accordance with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. As a part of this commitment, all employees regularly receive training on Toll Brothers Code of Ethics and Business Conduct policies. In addition, all subcontractors are required to formally commit to following all national and local laws as well as to adhere to Toll Brothers Code of Ethics and Business Conduct policies.
Build the American Dream with us.
Interested in building the American dream with Toll Brothers? We're a company where pride in our work is infused into everything we do. We settle for nothing but the highest quality – in the homes we build and the talent we recruit. Building a career with us offers you the opportunity to have your ideas heard, to see your contributions come to life, and to be rewarded with excellent benefits.
Career opportunities exist in a variety of divisions in the most sought-after markets around the country. From accounting and architecture to hospitality and customer service, a career with Toll Brothers means joining a nationwide team where we're proud to deliver dreams.
Visit TollCareerCenter.com for more information and to see current job listings.
* From FORTUNE Magazine, March 1, 2015 ©2015 Time Inc. FORTUNE and The World's Most Admired Companies are registered trademarks of Time Inc. and are used under license. FORTUNE and Time Inc. are not affiliated with, and do not endorse products or services of, Toll Brothers, Inc.
† Toll Brothers received the highest numerical score in the United States in the proprietary Lifestory Research 2015 America's Most Trusted™ Home Builder study. Study based on 43,200 new home shoppers in 27 markets. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed between January and December 2014.
‡ From FORTUNE Magazine, March 1, 2016 ©2016 Time Inc. FORTUNE and The World's Most Admired Companies are registered trademarks of Time Inc. and are used under license. FORTUNE and Time Inc. are not affiliated with, and do not endorse products or services of, Toll Brothers, Inc.
§ From FORTUNE Magazine, February 1, 2018 ©2018 Time Inc. FORTUNE and The World's Most Admired Companies are registered trademarks of Time Inc. and are used under license. FORTUNE and Time Inc. are not affiliated with, and do not endorse products or services of, Toll Brothers, Inc.