Since we started out with our 48-unit Camden Lofts development back in 1996, these have been our touchstones. That project, on dusty Camden Street in the then hollowed out Fashion District west of Toronto’s downtown, broke the mold of Toronto development. Urban living. Raw space. Cubic footage rather than square footage.
Camden was born out of a belief that the then de-industrialized parts of our cities could come alive again as vibrant urban centers. That design-focused urban condominium could compete with suburban homes. That there were people who wanted more.
They take great pride in the positive impact that our developments have on their home owners and the communities that they are a part of. We are accountable to our customers, communities, partners and each other for the work that we produce and the actions that we take.