Our Evolution & Track Record

A focus on thoughtful design and livability connects our past projects.

Kingston&Co. Condominiums

Where the “Co” stands for community.

A getaway from urban bustle and grind, this project integrates seamlessly into the local neighbourhood fabric and is located a short walk from the beach. The design features panoramic views, a rooftop terrace including an expansive garden and inviting amenities such as party rooms, a fitness and yoga studio, car wash, pet wash and ample bicycle parking.

Location: 1100 Kingston Road (just east of Victoria Park Avenue), Toronto, Canada
Status: Completed 2018
Key Stats: 143 new homes over 10 storeys, with street-level retail
Partner: Main + Main
Architect & Interiors: Teeple Architects


DUKE Condos

Capturing the spirit of a growing neighbourhood full of imagination.

We are tremendously proud of this project, which was literally named for its location at Dundas Street West (DU) and Keele Street (KE). Our approach was guided by a commitment to quality over quantity and design in every detail. The result is a highly livable and considerate development that both respects and contributes to its unique local context.

Location: 530 Indian Grove, Junction neighbourhood, Toronto, Canada
Status: Completed 2016
Awards: Award of Merit, 2019 Toronto Urban Design Awards
Key Stats: 92 new homes over seven storeys, with retail and five live-work lofts at street-level
Architect & Interiors: Quadrangle



Toronto’s first LEED Gold Certified condo.

Located in the vibrant Entertainment District, M5V broke bold new ground on a few levels. We doubled down on environmental sustainability and achieved LEED Gold Certification. We were the first Toronto condominium project to do and it’s something we are tremendously proud of. We also involved purchasers in an extensive customization process, giving them the opportunity to make their home their own and ultimately improve their quality of life day-to-day. A robust engaging and open amenity program featured indoor/outdoor social and dining areas, a generous sundeck, meeting rooms and a fitness/yoga/pilates studio.

Location: 375 King Street West, Entertainment District, Toronto, Canada
Status: Completed 2011
Key Stats: 305 homes across 36 stories, including street-level retail/commercial spaces
Partner: Lifetime Developments
Architect: Teeple Architects & CORE Architects


DIA Condominiums

Introducing Boutique Living in North York.

This considerate project was designed around a serene courtyard with a spa concept in mind. We aimed to revitalize the generic offerings available in the area at the time by blending and integrating apartments, lofts and townhouses. Lushly landscaped, immaculately finished and designed to offer warmth, DIA helped expand and improve condominium living in North York.

Location: 30 Canterbury Place, Willowdale Neighbourhood, Toronto, Canada
Current Status: Completed 2007
Architect: CORE Architects
Key Stats: 151 homes across eight storeys, including street-level retail and commercial spaces


ZED Condominiums

Breaking new ground in King West.  

When we first proposed ZED, King West was gritty and industrial. As early players in the neighbourhood’s redevelopment, we made a concerted effort to raise the bar on both design and livability standards. The result is a project that features airy, light-infused interiors and seamlessly integrates into the local fabric.

Location: 38 Niagara Street, King West Neighbourhood, Toronto, Canada
Status: Completed 2006
Architect: CORE Architects
Key Stats: 110 homes across twelve stories, including street-level retail and commercial spaces


Custom Home Design & Build

A longstanding commitment to design excellence.  

TAS is a family run business. Its leadership was passed on from father to son, both of whom are trained architects. While the former was at the helm from the 1980s, he led the delivery of over 120 homes in neighbourhoods across Toronto. The firm was recognized and celebrated as an industry leader for designing and building homes that focused on quality and livability – setting the stage for a corporate transition into mixed-use high-rise development in the early 2000s.