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Urban Capital

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 borne out of a belief that the then de-industrialized parts of our cities could come alive again as vibrant urban centres. That design-focused urban condominiums could compete with suburban homes. That there were people who wanted more.

Camden was followed by our 66-unit Charlotte Lofts, just across Spadina, and our first Ottawa development, the East Market. That project, a mighty 420 units, brought what we had learned from Camden and Charlotte to our then conservative national capital, and established that people outside that little world called downtown Toronto also craved our urban living concept.

Since those early days we have delivered over 3,500 urban condominiums, with another 1,000 now under construction and several thousand in the pipeline, totalling over $2 billion in development. In 2003 we added Montreal to the mix; in 2009 we brought acclaimed Saucier + Perrotte Architectes to Toronto for our River City development; and in 2013 we expanded to Winnipeg and Halifax.

Our work has pushed the envelope or pioneered, be it in terms of urban location, high-end yet functional design, or green living. Today we are continuing that DNA, with new markets, new architectural approaches, new interior features and layouts, and new environmental measures.

Office Number: 416-304-0431

Website: http://www.urbancapital.ca


Properties

Harris Square

Now Open!

The fourth and final phase of the award-winning River City development, Harris Square takes its name from the public square that it faces. Continuing Saucier + Perrotte’s penchant for bold forms, the building is designed as a series of gyrating pentagonal plates, reflecting the five sides of the site itself, and allowing for oversized balconies and terraces on many floors. Also responding to its context, the building connects Harris Square in front of it with Underpass Park behind by lifting itself up at the ground level, creating a relatively column free 5 metre high open space between the two public spaces. Currently under construction, Harris Square will cap what has been one of Urban Capital’s most successful and noteworthy developments.

Unquestionably the most design forward residential development in Toronto today, Urban Capital’s River City complex has arrived at its last phase. Launched in 2009, River City has set a new standard for condominium design in the city. And for the fourth and final phase, Saucier + Perrotte has confirmed its penchant for bold forms, creating yet another architectural masterpiece.

Named after the quietly elegant public square that it faces, Harris Square will be a series of gyrating pentagonal plates, reflecting the five sides of the site itself, and allowing for oversized balconies and terraces on most floors.

Continuing River City’s commitment to exceptional architectural and interior design, Harris Square will, for a select few, be a very fitting culmination of the River City neighbourhood.

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M City 3 Condominiums - Urban Capital

Tower 3 is Now Available!

Mississauga’s future is about enjoying today. That’s the goal of M City – the new condominium community located at Burnhamthorpe and Confederation Pkwy by Rogers Real Estate Dev. Ltd. & Urban Capital.

Nestled in Mary Fix Creek Gateway, this city-within-a-city combines green open spaces with a tight-knit neighbourhood feel, all in downtown Mississauga. And because this community is about bringing family, friends and neighbours closer, everything they need is closer too. With Square One, Sheridan College, banks and libraries a walk away, commercial and public amenities are well within reach.

Culture, character and personality are also what make a community great. Residents can find the best of it at the nearby Civic Centre, Celebration Square and the Living Arts Centre. Here, they can get to know each other and celebrate the diversity of their neighbourhood. But when they need to travel a bit further for work or pleasure, residents have transportation all around them. Whether they want to use the GO, Mississauga Transit or bike paths, getting around is super easy.

M City is poised to create a dynamic public realm designed to add a new vibe to Mississauga’s thriving culture, while providing its residents with the things it needs to grow. With its future set on connectivity, character and sustainability.

Mississauga’s growing downtown core is about to get a lot busier. This week, Rogers Real Estate Development Ltd.—a private company owned by the Rogers family and held separately from Rogers Communications (which owns Canadian Business)—announced its plan to develop a 15 acre patch of land at the city’s western edge. Featuring ten condo towers and two acres of parkland, the proposed “master planned community” is to be titled “M City.”

The ten towers will each feature retail space at the podium level, and residential units above. Rogers says that as the project moves forward, the towers will be developed as the company measures the demand from potential buyers. “The biggest variable of course will be the demand for the space,” he explains. “Some of that we can control by doing a good job and giving good value for money; part of it will be external factors like interest rates and population.”

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Queensway Park - Urban Capital

It’s a neighbourhood of richly treed streets, excellent schools and a 3.1 hectare park. Perfectly located between Toronto’s western suburbs and downtown hub, it also has an eclectic mix of stores, restaurants and services that are only a taste of what’s to come.

And at the heart of it all will be a decidedly urban and sophisticated development – Queensway Park.

Named after the park that borders it to the north, Queensway Park brings Urban Capital and RoseWater Developments’ signature downtown style, “designed for living” features and commitment to good development to the new Queensway Village, a budding retail strip that is today being transformed into a pedestrian oriented main street with an increasingly residential vibe.

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Reina Condos - Urban Capital

Coming Spring 2020!

Condominiums designed by women. Developed by women. Built for everyone.

If you would like more information about Urban Capital & Spotlight Dev. Inc.'s project please fill out the short "Request More Info" form on the right.

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