Since 1949, Broccolini has been a leading developer in Southern Ontario and Quebec. Throughout their expansion and diversification over the years, their governing philosophy has remained the same: to build both great buildings and great relationships. The company’s past work includes virtually every type of residential, commercial or industrial development, with their history and experience in the field being hard to match. This extensive portfolio has resulted in close working relationships with major firms such as Amazon, Sobeys, and Whirlpool.
Broccolini prides itself on making sustainability a key part of its projects. Since 2002, they have overseen the construction of numerous LEED-certified buildings throughout Quebec and Ontario. The company firmly believes in a “green” approach to new buildings, and works closely with clients and other stakeholders to ensure an environmentally-friendly approach to development. This high level of collaboration is just one example of a client services package that can be tailored to meet any needs. Broccolini advisors are available at every phase of the project, and can assist with any development-related need that may arise.
In the years and decades following its founding, Broccolini has been proud to be the sponsor of numerous charitable causes. The company has contributed over $1.5 million dollars to numerous groups (including the Shriners Hospital Foundation and the Canadian Tire Jumpstart program).
155 Redpath. Situated in the heart of Midtown Toronto, this 36-storey tower is the epitome of urban living. Designed with a nine-storey podium that provides an improved streetscape, amenities available inside include an infinity poo, floor-to-ceiling windows and a fully equipped fitness center. 155 Redpath is just steps away from transit options on Eglinton Avenue, and will be within walking distance of a station on the Eglinton Crosstown after its completion in 2021.
Park Towns. This townhouse development, completed in 2017, is the perfect mixture of natural and urban. With a pristine location along the Don Valley trail, a walk or bike ride through the forest is never far away. At the same time, the Sheppard subway line is minutes away and provides easy access to the rest of Toronto.