The future of residential development in the GTA has swayed more and more towards condo construction-a fact that Marlin Spring both recognizes and embraces. Since its founding, the company has specialized in building townhomes and boutique condominiums. This focus has led to Marlin Spring playing a major role in the creation and revitalization of communities across the region. In recognition of that role, the company has made it their mission to provide positive benefits for everyone involved with their projects. Having spent four years as head of the high-rise construction division of Lanterra Developments, CEO Benjamin Bakst brings to the table considerable industry experience.
With ongoing projects in Danforth Village and the Stockyards, Marlin Spring aims to bring exciting mixed-use developments to up-and-coming neighborhoods. In addition to helping create vibrant communities both in Toronto and throughout the surrounding suburbs, the company has made environmental friendliness a top priority. Each new development is built to sustainable standards using state-of-the-art building materials and innovative construction practices. These dual focuses are guided by a commitment to teamwork, consistency and integrity that the Marlin Spring Team brings to every development they are involved with. With a crystal-clear idea of regional housing and development trends, combined with proven entrepreneurial expertise, Marlin Spring is poised to be one of Toronto’s most innovative developers for years to come.
The Mack. The sheer amount of family-friendly activities in the vicinity of this townhome community makes this the perfect location for families with children. Canada’s Wonderland and the Legoland Discovery Centre are just minutes away, while stellar parks and recreational facilities dot the area. The extension of Line 1 to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre makes commuting downtown or to the York University area a breeze, while Highway 400 is also located nearby.
Toy Factory Lofts. Completed while the Marlin Spring team was with Lanterra, this shining example of urban regeneration involved the conversion of an industrial space into a thriving mixed-use development. Winner of the Greater Toronto Homebuilder’s Association Project of the year award in 2005, the Toy Factory Lofts include guest suites, visitor parking, a rooftop deck and a gym (equipped with a sauna).