Mill Street, Kitchener
A 73 unit townhouse infill development located near the City of Kitchener downtown.
Confederation Villages, Brampton
A freehold townhouse development of 210 units.
Old Thornhill, Vaughan
A 136 unit residential townhouse unit development in the prestigious and historic community of Thornhill.
Steeles Avenue & Highway 10, Brampton
A development of 185 Acres. The construction and marketing of four high rise residential Buildings of 1100 suites, and a mixed residential and commercial development of 250 units.
Wylde Wood, North York
Development of two twenty-one story residential high rise buildings, with a total of 600 suites.
Kensington Lofts, Toronto
Purchased 3 buildings from George Brown College with approximately 200,000 sqft. Developed a concept for redeveloping the site for 147 work/live lofts with retail parking. The project was sold to a condo builder and First Urban retained a carried interest in the final project.
Sunset Place Condominiums, Collingwood
Purchased from Mortgagee and completed in 1998, the project featured 56 units on the waterfront adjacent to the Sunset Park on Georgian Bay.
Purchased 2 acre site at 201 Carlaw with a 2 storey industrial building and basement. Developed a concept to retain part of the existing structure for work/live lofts and added a new condominium 8 story tower with new townhouses. The site was sold to a local residential builder and it is now being merchandised as the Printing Factory Lofts (www.theprintingfactorylofts.com) with occupancy scheduled for 2008.
210 Simcoe Street, Toronto
Strategically located in the burgeoning University Avenue & Queen Street area, the site frames the North side of the approved master plan for the Great West Life Campus. Located within Toronto’s important cultural and historic landmarks this unique site has not one but three municipal frontages in very desirable locations – making it a truly marquee site within the city of Toronto. Developed a premiere signature vertical community in excess of 233,000 GFA, within a 23 story building.
40 Wellesley Street, Toronto
Located at Yonge and Wellesley, one door away from the Toronto Transit subway station, this site is within the booming high-rise condo communities that are part of the forecasted intensification of locations on key public transit arteries. The property was promptly acquired for development. The present 14,386 square foot site consists of a five storey commercial building with one floor of underground parking and 17 parking spaces. The design expertise of Thomas Payne of the architectural firm of KPMB Architects LLP has been brought to the design team to develop a design concept that makes a recognizable statement in the community and that accommodates the relationships’ with adjacent developments. The proposed concept is a vertical community of approximately 175,000 square feet of residences and 4700 square feet of critically located street level commercial space, within an estimated 29 storey building.