West Queen West / Triangle West Developments

Located at the heart of West Queen West, Art is an intimate 11-storey boutique condominium designed by Oleson Worland Architects in collaboration with Hariri Pontarini Architects and 3rd Uncle. Art has 68 uniquely designed floorplans ranging from a 453 sq ft studio to a 1571 sq ft 3 bedroom, with a total of 152 suites. Influenced by the artistic vibe of the neighborhood, the lobby will be home to exhibits reflecting the history and style of the community. Amenities includes a fitness centre, meeting room, theatre, resident's lounge with fireplace, bar and kitchen facility, outdoor terrace with a hot tub and fire pit, and an outdoor bar with barbeque and built-in banquettes. Art is 81% sold out and currently under construction.
Etobicoke / Edilcan

One Valhalla is an exquisite collection of townhomes and condominium residences that will soon rise on the site of the old Valhalla Inn in Etobicoke. The iconic Inn was opened as an upscale alternative to the then typical motor inn/hotel in 1963 operating for 46 years until its closure in 2009. The Valhalla Inn was well-known for its Scandinavian architecture and the 'Mermaid Lounge' which featured windows providing views underwater of the adjacent pool. Several artifacts from the original hotel will be retained in the new development.

Divided into three phases, One Valhalla will consist of three glass-clad towers and 68 townhomes; featuring a design by Page+ Steeles/ IBI Group Architects with interiors by Munge Leung. Phase One includes a 22-storey tower with 216 residential suites featuring panoramic wall-to-wall, floor-to ceiling windows with suites ranging from a 580 sq ft one bedroom to a 1,439 sq ft two bedroom and den. The townhomes at One Valhalla consists of 68 two and three-storey units; each face a fully-landscaped courtyard or urban forecourt and has a large private patio. The townhomes at One Valhalla are sold out and only 15% of the tower remains! One Valhalla is now under construction.
North York / Malibu investments

Inspired by New York's renowned private commons, Gramercy Park is a residential two phase condominium offering a beautifully landscaped private garden. Designed by Page and Steele architects with interiors by Tanner Hill Associates, Gramercy Park is a 6-storey north facing building, 9-storey east facing building and 12-storey west facing building with a combined total of 508 suites ranging in size from 452 to 1656 sq ft. The two storey Gramercy Club is a private recreational area where residents can enjoy the use of the sky-lit swimming pool and whirlpool, a glass enclosed fitness center with views of the private ½ acre courtyard garden, a yoga room, games room, theatre, party room with catering kitchen and private dining, and a pet spa. Phase 1 was launched November 2007 and due to the rapid success of the project, phase 2, Union Square at Gramercy Park was released within three months. Now under construction, Gramercy Park is 95% sold out.
Midtown Toronto/Lee Development


Designed by the world-renowned New York architectural firm of Robert A.M. Stern in conjunction with local architect, Young and Wright and Gluckstein Planning and Design, this 68 suite, 29 storey point tower is located in the fashionable Bloor-Yorkville shopping district at the corner of Charles and St. Thomas successfully broke the price barrier with pricing 50% higher than any other condominium project marketed prior to the One St. Thomas opening. Suites ranged in size from nearly 1,500 sq ft to a 10,000 sq ft penthouse.
Downtown Toronto/Cresford Developments


Winner of the "Best Condominium of the Year for 1996" award from the US National Association of Home Builders. The Merchandise Building was the ambitious presale loft conversion of 480 residential lofts in the historic Sears Warehouse in downtown Toronto across from Ryerson University . With one million sf, this was one of the largest residential conversions in North America . The Project was brought to the market in June 1996 with 600 to 2500 sf product and 12" ceiling heights. Some of the challenges of the project included the sheer size of the project, narrow and very deep lofts, and a neighbourhood not perceived to be safe at night. Phase 1 practically sold out within ten days of sales opening in June 1996. Phase 11 (83 suites) launched in mid March 1997 amid growing competition from other projects. An astounding 10,000 prospects visited the Merchandise Building. In all, 5 phases were sold comprising 580 lofts, with each phase raising the bar on selling prices.
Scarborough/Lee Development


Presale condominium of 770 suites within two 31 storey twin elliptical shaped towers beside Highway 401 near the Scarborough Towne Centre. The elliptical shape of the two towers provides unique challenges to the suite designs and layouts. Ellipse was one of Toronto 's fastest selling condominiums in 2001 as reported by the Condo Guide and The Globe and Mail. Phase 11 was launched a year ahead of schedule due to the success of phase 1 of Ellipse. With a bold marketing plan to create the smaller suite sizes and "trendier suite finishes" of downtown projects, ellipse 1 and 11 sold at prices 15% higher than its competitors at an absorption rate five times higher than previous phases by Lee Development Corporation.
Etobicoke/Bank Receivership


Palace Place featured a standing inventory of 306 luxury suites located on the Etobicoke waterfront, just west of the Humber River. The goal was to sell 300 suites within two years. Some of the challenges for the project included suites that were 40% larger than comparable product in the Etobicoke Waterfront, overlook problem between suites, dated finishes, a poor real estate market and inferior suite layouts. 301 suites were sold within 18 months of the sales opening in August, 1995 with a controlled release of inventory, premium pricing, strong promotion to brokers, the integration of television as key media to raise consumer awareness, and three furnished model suites by three of Canada's top interior designers.