Concord Pacific is one of Canada’s most well-known developers. Founded in Vancouver in the lead-up to Expo ’86, it has since expanded to include properties in cities across the country and around the world. Through numerous high-rise condominium buildings, they have enhanced skylines and created visual landmarks for vibrant urban neighborhoods. While Concord Pacific has always emphasized sustainability in all of its developments, in recent years it has aimed to meet its energy needs with zero carbon emissions. As a result, the company’s Concord Green Energy division has invested in solar, wind and hydroelectric power projects. In addition, the company has made energy-efficient features standard in all of their homes and condominiums. Concord Pacific is also a leader in supplying residents with the necessary parking infrastructure for electric vehicles.
Concord Pacific: Previous Projects
Omega on the Park Condos. Completed in 2018, Omega on the Park rises to a height of 35 storeys and include 374 residential units. In addition to an amenity-rich living environment, residents will be just across the street from a brand new community park. The surrounding neighborhood is home to a variety of shopping and dining options, while the nearby Betty Sutherland Trail Park offers access to the extensive trail network along the Don River. In terms of transit access, Bessarion subway station and Oriole GO station are just steps away, and frequent bus service is available along Leslie Street.
Concord Canada House. Designed to be the focal point of Concord’s CityPlace community, Canada House will rise to a height of 69 storeys and include 1,364 residential units. The surrounding neighborhood borders Toronto’s extensive waterfront, and also enjoys some of the city’s best transit coverage. Three streetcar routes (#509 Harbourfront, #510 Spadina and #511 Bathurst) are all within walking distance, while Union Station and Billy Bishop Airport can both be reached in minutes.
Opus. Located in North York (in the same neighborhood as Omega on the Park), Opus is 41 storeys tall and includes 350 residential units.