Throughout the GTA, Camrost Felcorp is one of the most respected names in condo development. Founded in 1976, the company has established a reputation for constructing truly distinctive buildings that become neighborhood landmarks. Having built both residential and commercial properties, Camrost is proud to have contributed to the revitalization of Downtown Toronto into a vibrant urban neighborhood. As it continues to put up more high-rise towers around the city, the company has dedicated itself to making each of its buildings unique. This in turn allows Toronto’s skyline to become even more distinct, and a well-known symbol of the city.
Under the guidance of CEO David Feldman, Camrost Felcorp has worked to blend Toronto’s historic past with its bright future. A longtime resident of Forest Hill, David was intrigued by the Imperial Oil building and how it became a city landmark despite its brutalist architecture. After its closure in 2005, the company began conversion of the historic commercial site into a residential building. The renovated building was considered a masterpiece of urban regeneration, and was awarded Heritage Toronto’s Merit Award. The success of the new Imperial Plaza was the catalyst for Camrost’s similar renovation of the Four Seasons in Yorkville (another landmark of brutalist architecture). In addition, David is a frequent international traveler, and uses his trips to as opportunities for inspiration. Camrost Felcorp has long been a prolific developer in the region, and their commitment to innovation ensures that their success will continue.
Imperial Plaza. Situated amongst some of Toronto’s most prestigious addresses, Imperial Plaza is a prime example of commercial-to-residential conversion. Boasting floor-to-ceiling windows, expansive views of the city, and easy access by transit via the St. Clair streetcar, this development is the perfect mix of new and old.
California Condos. A focal point for Humber Bay’s redevelopment, California Condos rises 32 storeys tall and includes a landscaped podium. Numerous shops and restaurants located nearby, and the downtown core is easily accessible by both car and public transit. In addition, the recreational space of Humber Bay Shores is just minutes away.