Founded in 1994, Dream Unlimited Corp. has already made an indelible mark on the region’s development scene. The company is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, and has established a reputation for innovative designs and strategies that deliver strong results for residents and investors alike. Dream has experience with both residential and commercial developments, and maintains a strong presence both throughout Ontario as well as in Western Canada.
Under the leadership of CEO Michael J. Cooper, Dream has created a working culture based on integrity, social responsibility and teamwork. Throughout the development process, the company maintains a policy of transparency and accountability. It collaborates extensively with other industry (and industry-related) partners, and maintains working relationships that achieve beneficial results for all involved. Finally, Dream Unlimited firmly believes in the power of giving back to the communities of which it is a part. To that end, the company has partnered with numerous non-profit organizations (such as Habitat for Humanity and the Shoebox Project).
250 Dundas Street West. This 49-storey high-rise contains 520 residential units and sits in the heart of Downtown Toronto. St. Patrick subway station is less than a block away, while the Eaton Centre, Nathan Phillips Square and Yonge-Dundas Square are all just minutes away. In addition, both the University of Toronto and Ryerson University can be easily reached on foot or via transit, making this building perfect for both students and professors.
181 Mill Street. Located at the border of the Distillery District and Corktown, the 26-storey, 761-unit complex is surrounded by some of Toronto’s most vibrant neighborhoods. The site was previously a parking lot, and its revitalization demonstrates Dream’s commitment to building walkable, transit-friendly communities rather than ones dominated by cars. Frequent streetcar service is available, while the future Ontario Line will also include a station within walking distance.