A lawyer by trade, Diamondcorp president and CEO Stephen Diamond has used his expertise in that field to inform his company’s development philosophy. Diamondcorp strives to build positive relationships with stakeholders throughout the development process, from city planners to local residents. In addition, the company works to preserve-and in some cases even enhance-the natural environment surrounding their project sites. With a unique approach to doing business, Diamondcorp has set itself apart from its competitors.
Diamondcorp’s focus on creating an open dialogue throughout the development process has also resulted in impeccable customer service. Stephen Diamond has assembled a team of experienced industry professionals, and their expertise is available every step of the way. The company works to ensure that their projects are beneficial not just for buyers and investors, but longtime neighborhood residents as well. To do so, they use architectural designs that fit with the area’s existing characteristics and invest in public realm improvements (such as pedestrian-friendly landscapes and street-level retail). Diamondcorp also recognizes the importance of affordable housing, and has worked to make its homes more accessible to first-time buyers.
210 Simcoe. This 25-storey high-rise sits in one of Toronto’s most pristine locations. In virtually every direction are thriving, eclectic urban neighborhoods. In addition, numerous streetcar and subway routes are within walking distance. Inside, the building offers an art gallery, a steam room, a terrace and a yoga studio. Yonge Dundas Square and the Eaton Centre are a short walk away, as is the University of Toronto.