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Acting as a development manager, Projectcore provides a full range of services including idea development, design, obtaining approvals, proforma financial forecasts and project management.

Planning Process

Projectcore led the re-zoning process to secure the entitlements for the development at 355 King St. West in Toronto. Challenges included significant heritage preservation goals and a complex city laneway transfer. Projectcore was able to overcome difficult technical constraints to remain on schedule and within budget.

 

Once entitlements were successfully in place, Projectcore assisted in the successful disposition of the property.

Technical Challenges

Projectcore undertook the responsibility of the sales, marketing, financial management, design team management and execution of the construction phase of North America’s most slender condominium.

 

Incorporating rich heritage, retail, and hotel elements, One King West Hotel and Residence proudly sits as a landmark in the Toronto Skyline.

Complex Projects

Projectcore has specialized in complex jobs demanding innovative solutions for over 30 years.

 

The ambitious Mirvish+Gehry projects is a testament to Projectcore’s ability to balance divers stakeholders and create a major focus at the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district.

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