Founded in 2011, Main + Main has already made a mark on both the Toronto and Ottawa development scenes. The company has placed its premier focus on the creation of livable, pedestrian-friendly communities that are centered on good transit links. Under the leadership of company president Rick Iafelice, Main + Main retains a talented team of industry professionals who bring to the table years of experience at every phase of the development process. In addition, Iafelice and his team recognize the importance of collaboration, and over the years they have formed numerous beneficial working relationships. This includes partnering with top architectural and interior design firms, in order to ensure that buyers and investors receive the highest standard of results.
Kingston&Co Condos. Rising to a height of 10 storeys and including 146 residential units, Kingston&Co offers residents a peaceful and intimate condominium experience-aided in large part by its location. The vibrant Beaches neighborhood is just a short walk to the south, while the nearby Scarborough Bluffs can easily be reached. The Lake Ontario shoreline in this neighborhood is lined with scenic beaches and a lovely boardwalk, while several parks are also within walking distance. In terms of transit access, streetcars along Queen Street (route #510) and Kingston Road (routes #502 and #503) are readily accessible. Together, these routes provide frequent service to Downtown Toronto and points to the west.
236 Richmond Road. This 10-storey, 71-unit condominium community is located in Ottawa’s trendy Laurentian View neighborhood. Several notable parks are within walking distance, including Hampton Park and Remic Rapids Park. For shopping and dining, Richmond Road is lined with an eclectic mix of options. In addition, the planned extension of OC Transpo’s Confederation Line will include a station within walking distance of 236 Richmond. Highway 417 runs nearby, and Macdonald-Cartier Airport can also be easily reached.