Consulate has made a business of turning possibility into reality. Their solid track record speaks for itself. Backed by a successful past their core mission continues to be to develop robust, sustainable projects and communities where people want to live, work and play.
Located at the southeast corner of Toronto Street and Adelaide Street East, this property was comprised of three office buildings that were purchased, renovated, tenanted and later sold to a major financial institution for use as a head office facility and retail branch. The building is now home to one of Toronto’s most popular restaurants, the Rosewater Supper Club, among other commercial establishments.
A 90 acre master plan community approximately 1.5 kilometres west of the city centre (CBD) in Mississauga, Ontario. This development includes both single and multi-family housing and a 100,000 square foot shopping centre located adjacent to the Erindale GO Station.
Located at Mississauga Road and Indian Road on the Lorne Park/Port Credit border, this luxury development abuts the lower part of the Credit River and features ten single family custom homes valued in the $2.5-4.5 million range.
Part of the Parkway Meadows development this 149,000 sq ft shopping mall is located 1.5 miles east of the Mississauga City Centre. The project included land acquisition, development approvals, construction and leasing. Currently this property is home to 70 retail and professional office tenants including the Regional Passport Office and Mississauga’s Older Active Adult Centre.
Located south west of Hurontario and Dundas Streets, the former “hub” of the Township of Mississauga (also know as the Cooksville “Four Corners”), the project involved the acquisition of 7.68 acres and the subsequent development approvals for 53 single family building lots which were sold to a local homebuilder.
This outlet mall is located at Hwy 3 and Cousineau Road, 5 minutes from the US border crossing. The scope of work included identifying location, securing development approvals and providing leasing and design services for this thriving shopping destination.
A 100 acre master plan community approximately 1.5 kilometres east of the Mississauga City Centre. The development included both single and multi family housing as well as a 149,000 square foot shopping centre.
This was the first large scale “American style” factory outlet mall to open in Ontario at Hwy 400 and Hwy 89. It has since undergone two major expansions with all major outlet brands represented. The mall is currently owned by a large American based outlet developer.
The Pinetree Nursery site, near Stillmeadow Road and the Queensway in Mississauga, was acquired and developed for a 16 acre family home subdivision.
This 40 acre commercial property located at QEW and McLeod Road was acquired and redeveloped as a retail shopping centre. Located at a prominent interchange, 35 acres of the site were later sold to Smart Centres Incorporated for the development of a 185,000 sq foot WalMart Supercentre and additional big box retail uses. The remaining five acres were divided into three parcels and sold to McDonalds, Petro Canada, and a future retail user.
This venture involved the acquisition of the 17 acre Carruthers Farm and development of an exclusive single family residential community along the scenic Credit River in Mississauga. The site located on Jarvis Street in the Old Erindale section of Mississauga features 32 estate homes, including the relocation and renovation of the original heritage estate home built with Credit Valley stone.
This 25 acres of land located in the community of Lorne Park at Vanier Dr. and the South Service Road, was acquired, developed and serviced for a single family residential subdivision. The development included Lornewood Plaza, a 25,000 sq ft convenience strip shopping mall. 102 serviced lots were ultimately sold to a local home builder.
This endeavor centered on the purchase and redevelopment of two small shopping centers in Addison, Texas (North Dallas) for re-merchandising and eventual resale.
One of Consulate Development Group’s first U.S. endeavors, this project involved the acquisition and development of a 126 unit luxury condominium in West Palm Beach, Florida’s prestigious ‘Lands of the President’ golf course community. This desirable building has maintained some of the highest condominium resale prices in the area.
This project included acquisition, land development and construction of a 126 unit townhome site. Williamsburg is located 1.5 miles east of the Mississauga City Center and is part of the Parkway Meadows master plan community.
Two adjoining properties (870 and 878 Dundas St. West) in Mississauga were acquired and subsequently re- zoned for a 159 suite condominium apartment building. Once development approvals were in place the site was sold to United Lands Corporation a Mississauga based apartment builder and the building was completed in 1986. The condominium has tremendous views of Huron Park and the surrounding valley lands located below the Dundas Street ridge.
Golf Valley Estates is located on Hurontario St (Hwy 10) immediately south of Steeles Ave West near the Brampton/Mississauga border. The property overlooks the scenic valley, comprising both the Peel Village Golf Course and Brampton Golf and Country Club. This 52 acre site formerly known as the “Card Family Farm”, was acquired in the early 1970's and development approvals were secured for a mixed-use community in subsequent years. Both the 15 acre commercial parcel fronting on Hurontario Street and a 37 acre residential parcel containing 131 single family lots and a townhouse site were built out by others. Lots were eventually sold to a local home builder. Many of the lots have stunning views of the valley and connect to lengthy pedestrian trails that meander throughout the development and connect to the valley lands below.
This project included the acquisition and development of 30 acres of land at Markham Road and Milner Avenue (just north of Hwy 401) in Scarborough (now Toronto, ON) for a 100,000 s.f. office building, a 55,000 s.f. industrial complex and 160 residential homes (apartment and townhomes). The office building was initially constructed and sold to Scarborough Utilities Commission for use as their head office. It has since been retrofitted to accommodate the Provincial Courts. Surrounding lands were developed for a 100 suite rental apartment building ad a 60 unit townhouse project know as “Markham Corners” in a joint venture. The residential component was retained as an income producing rental property for several years and eventually sold to an institutional purchaser for investment purposes.
Two adjacent properties were acquired on the north side of Lakeshore Road, west of Clarkson Road in the quaint strip of west Mississauga known a “Clarkson Village”. Development approvals were secured for a 54,000 s.f. retail plaza and the project was sold. The property was initially tenanted by a large grocery store, drug store and ancillary tenants. Over time the tenant mix changed when the much larger “Clarkson Crossing” project was constructed only one mile away. The food/drug anchors moved to the competing shopping centre and the Lakeshore Plaza underwent a re-merchandising plan whereby Home Sense and McDonald’s are its current anchor stores.