Concord Adex is a subsidiary of the well-known Vancouver-area builder Concord Pacific. They rose to popularity in 1987 when they purchased the Expo 86 grounds and totally renovated the area into a vibrant community. Their presence in Toronto has led to the significant growth of a thriving community and the acceleration of the city’s housing boom.
Expo 86 lands were established when Vancouver hosted the World’s Fair in 1986, the final World’s Fair to be staged in North America. In 1987, this entrepreneur realized the potential for a significant acquisition and acquired the Expo grounds. Since then, they have developed across Canada, including the Toronto suburb of Concord CityPlace, and have become one of Canada’s leading real estate developers.
Until far, they have completed over 100 projects throughout Canada and have 50 developments in various phases of construction. There are examples of their work in Toronto, North York, Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Burnaby, and Calgary. They specialize in the creation of huge master-planned communities. They have projects in London UK and have invested in software, information technology, and telecommunications sectors, having surpassed the development business in their native country. Source: Concord Adex