Customer Spotlights2022-09-19T15:29:41-04:00

Customer Spotlights

How a Toronto Developer is Addressing the Housing Crisis with an Ultra-Sustainable, Long-Term Building Plan

ental apartment building plan unlike any in North America, Well Grounded Real Estate’s 1925 Victoria Park is already being hailed as “the new poster child for sustainable design.” The innovative project, designed with award winning architecture firm PARTISANS, will feature exterior single-loaded corridors that will allow natural light and ventilation on both sides of the units.

Continue Reading
1925 Victoria Park, Toronto

WinnCompanies – Mary Ellen McCormack, South Boston

How a 1K+ unit public housing redevelopment used early community feedback to build trust A more than $1 billion project to replace an aging affordable housing development in South Boston, WinnCompanies’ Mary Ellen McCormack project will not only replace the 1,016 existing units, but will add an additional 2,000 middle-income [...]

Cadillac Fairview – Pointe Claire, Quebec

How Cadillac Fairview Reached a Bilingual Community and Counterbalanced Disinformation An ambitious plan to redevelop 900 parking spaces into a large outdoor plaza and mixed-use development, the CF Fairview Pointe Claire project aims to facilitate walking and cycling as well as connections to public transit via the Réseau Express [...]

Mission First Housing Group – Patuxent Commons, Columbia

Creating affordable housing in high-income, suburban neighborhoods has historically been an uphill battle — which is why Mission First Housing Group took an innovative approach to their Patuxent Commons project in Columbia, Maryland. The Mid-Atlantic—based affordable housing developer partnered from the beginning with the Howard County Autism Society, a well-respected [...]

Just A Start –  52 New Street, Cambridge

Just A Start, whose affordable housing project at 52 New Street completed its design review process in January 2022, is being hailed as a “poster child” for the Affordable Housing Overlay (AHO) program, an ordinance passed by the city of Cambridge aimed at reducing the cost of building affordable housing [...]

Go to Top