Curated Properties’ principals are Gary Eisen and Adam Ochshorn. Our builder careers began in Toronto’s infancy of infill custom home building in the late 1980’s. With a passion for design and a reputation for personalized customer service, we have been developing exceptional properties and servicing our clients from the outset of the relationship and long after the closing date. From one of the city’s most successful boutique loft town home projects, Annex Loft Houses, Curated Properties was formed to develop boutique projects targeted at consumers who appreciate great design, premium finishes and a builder’s approach that’s not “cookie cutter”.

From the time the decision is made to purchase a Curated Properties home our team are there to help every step of the way. From the selection of finishes, customizing of the design, updates during the construction process, meetings to answer any questions and concerns and after sales service we are there to assure you that your investment is in good hands. We believe communication is the key to a positive experience and we are always available to help with any of our customers needs.

Windmill Development Group (“Windmill”) is a visionary company dedicated to transforming conventional development practices by using a triple bottom line approach to our projects. This ensures that strong ecological, social and financial returns are achieved in all of our projects. Everything that we do is conceived, designed and constructed to protect and enhance the local community and its ecosystems. We harness innovations in land use, water, air, energy, design, waste management and smart building technologies to create healthy, high-performance green buildings and communities.

The founders of Windmill have held prominent positions in the Canadian design, construction, brownfield and green real estate industry for over thirty years resulting in an unmatched value proposition when it comes to responsible urban infill and property revitalization.

Kohn Shnier architects was founded in 1990. The firm is resolutely non-specialized, working on schools, private residences, university buildings, offices, libraries and many other building types. KSa were design architects for the Kensington Lofts (working with one of the principals of The Plant), a seminal project at the moment of a renewed interest in urban living in Toronto. Current work includes a renovation to the University College Library, an extremely complex heritage project, and 501 Alliance, the conversion of a massive industrial facility to suit contemporary work. The Alliance project is on target to become one of the rare net-positive buildings in Toronto.

The firm has been the recipient of many awards, including a Governor General’s Medal in Architecture for a modular residence for two families. A prototype product developed for Teknion has been acquired by the Museum of Modern Art and resides in its permanent collection. KSa work has been broadly published and is featured in compendia such as The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture and Architecture Now!, published by Taschen.

Partner John Shnier was the recipient of the first Prix de Rome in Architecture offered in Canada and he lectures both in Toronto and internationally.  Partner Martin Kohn, the partner-in-charge for The Plant, worked for Pritzker Prize winning architect Rem Koolhaas at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam. Marty has been working to introduce the very high Dutch standards of multi-family residential architecture to Toronto ever since.

Marty is very familiar with The Plant neighbourhood and its secrets. He has lived within a couple of blocks of the site since 1980.

+tongtong is a multi-disciplinary design studio driven by a sense of possibility and a passion for developing spaces that nurture and inspire creativity. Every project aims to transform the physical environment into a dynamic discovery that is both highly functional and rich with cultural meaning. +tongtong employs a collaborative process in the development and realization of their projects and champions their clients as integral partners along with artists, architects, cultural activators, business people, consultants, fabricators, builders and scientists. Through the understanding of business, art, design, technology, and culture, +tongtong believes that innovation is possible for every project. In the design process +tongtong is always a project’s first user. Under the leadership of founding principal John Tong, +tongtong is fuelled by the fervor for discovery, a love of visual art and culture and a desire to realize unexpected and captivating spaces.

Tong was the lead designer of The Drake Hotel on Queen Street West and its new outpost, The Drake Devonshire, in Prince Edward County which has won numerous awards including the enRoute Hotel Design Award for best restaurant and best hotel suite, three Hospitality Design Awards including Project of the Year, two of New York’s Gold Key Awards for Best Hotel and Best Restaurant and was nominated for Outstanding Restaurant Design by the James Beard Foundation. Tong is currently involved with the design of the highly anticipated expansion of The Drake on Queen, the new Drake Commissary, and the new Drake Mini Bar and Oyster Bar and Café at 150 York St. 

In practice since 1973, SMV architects is an award-winning firm with an earned reputation for innovation in sustainable design. The firm believes in a holistic approach to designing eco-healthy, durable, and efficient spaces, which has resulted in notable projects such as the Mountain Equipment Co-op buildings across the Greater Toronto Area. SMV employs a collaborative, inclusive method for development of ideas and is committed to leading the way in environmentally friendly building. Forging new ground in “green” community development, SMV aims to foster inherently sustainable spaces for urban living with a focus on creating mid-rise, mixed use buildings in the heart of the city.

PSR Brokerage was established in 2008 with 5 agents representing 2 developments. The goal was to create a brokerage that would facilitate the resale market in central Toronto and add a new sales division to represent new condominium projects. Today, PSR has sold more than $3 billion in real estate and we currently represent 16+ new development projects across the city (and growing). With 90+ agents, 2 stunning office locations, a full administration and in-house marketing department, we are definitely not your average boutique brokerage. At the end of the day, PSR’s main purpose + vision is to be a leader in the real estate industry by offering a full suite of real estate services, setting a new standard for today’s brokerage. Whether the need is residential or commercial, buying or leasing, investment or portfolio consulting, PSR has the proven team and the network to consistently deliver results that exceed expectations and foster long term, loyal relationships. We inform, innovate, and inspire, by providing the ultimate real estate experience with a direct focus on customer service and satisfaction.