Since its founding in 1989, Harhay Developments has been fully involved with all stages of the development process. The company employs experienced industry professionals to oversee design, construction and project management. As a result, Harhay has become one of Toronto’s foremost condo developers. They always choose locations in amenity-rich neighborhoods, and firmly believe in increasing density throughout the city. In addition, they are fully committed to high standards of sustainability and social responsibility.
Under the leadership of company president Chris Harhay, Harhay Developments has been behind some of Toronto’s most innovative developments. They have set themselves apart through dual commitments to livability and environmental friendliness. The company works with top architects and interior designers to seamlessly blend functionality and visual appeal. Both during construction and after completion, only the most modern and energy-efficient building materials and features are used. As part of their policy of urban intensification, Harhay’s buildings are designed to be mixed-use. The company believes that its buyers and residents should not be the only beneficiaries from a new project. Rather, inhabitants of the surrounding neighborhood should also receive positive results-such as through ground-level retail and streetscapes that are more pedestrian-friendly. Finally, Harhay has sponsored numerous local charities and organizations in the communities of which it is a part.
875 Queen East. Leslieville is one of Toronto’s most vibrant neighborhoods-and 875 Queen sits in the heart of it. Frequent streetcar service connects the area to both Downtown Toronto and the Beaches, while numerous bike paths crisscross the area. The area also includes several recreational spaces, including spacious Jimmi Simpson Park.
Theatre Park. Rising 47 storeys above King Street West, Theatre Park offers a luxurious lifestyle just steps from the Financial District. Inside, residents can take advantage of an outdoor pool, a fitness centre and a two-level bar/restaurant. The site also includes a sculptural park that has become a local landmark.
The Ninety. The area surrounding the Queen-Broadview intersection has undergone a rapid revitalization in recent years. The Ninety offers easy access to the eclectic mix of shops and restaurants that now call the area home. In addition, both the King and Queen streetcars run through the area, putting much of the city within reach.