Camrost Felcorp has established its place as one of the foremost names in the development industry since 1976 by consistently leading the way in creating landmark condominiums, and is behind many of the Greater Toronto Area’s most distinctive and memorable residential communities and commercial properties. Unique in design, each is built on a similar foundation of superior craftsmanship, a pre-eminent address, and a timeless style that is ahead of the industry.


With an impressive portfolio that includes over 60 buildings, with 10,000 residences and more than 2 million square feet of office and retail space, Camrost Felcorp continues to complete substantial high-rise projects in Toronto, with more than $1 billion currently underway, including Cumberland Tower, Yorkville Plaza, Yorkville Private Estates, The Avenue, Imperial Plaza, Blue Diamond and The Foxbar Collection, and The Foxbar Towns at Imperial Village.



Diamond Schmitt Architects is a world-renowned Canadian full-service architectural practice, with projects throughout North America, Europe, the Caribbean and the Middle East. They design a broad range of building styles for cultural, civic, academic, healthcare, residential and commercial uses. Established in 1975, Diamond Schmitt Architects has achieved national and international recognition for innovative design excellence in a broad range of building types, and has received more than 300 regional, national and international awards for design, including six Governor General’s Awards for architecture. Over the last 40 years, Diamond Schmitt Architects has been internationally recognized for innovative designs and a consistent commitment to sustainability. A dedicated and principled approach to all aspects of design delivers buildings that consistently meet and exceed expectations.



Janet Rosenberg & Studio is one of Canada’s most distinguished landscape architecture and urban design studios. Recognized for their extensive and award-winning portfolio, their work includes public, commercial and institutional spaces, as well as private residential gardens, green roofs and condominium towers. As creative thinkers who develop out-of-the-box solutions, they envision ecologically responsible landscapes that respond to the urban environment and enhance quality of life.



Era specializes in the areas of architecture, heritage conservation, urban and rural planning, and landscape and urban design. Era’s core interest is in connecting heritage to wider considerations of urban design. Recent and ongoing projects in building conservation and adaptive reuse include Toronto’s Distillery District, Maple Leaf Gardens, Evergreen Brick Works, Union Station and Artscape Wychwood Barns.