Lifetime Developments has a reputation for building prosperous residential communities and lucrative commercial assets going back more than 40 years. Lifetime is committed to holistic city building in the Greater Toronto Area, creating interconnected communities with the aim of significantly increasing the city’s thriving real estate and development industries. This is done with an aesthetic fervour that is woven throughout every project.
Lifetime’s robust corporate culture, which is grounded in corporate and social responsibility, is complemented by an unmatched passion for the sector and a wide portfolio. In 2014, Lifetime established Lifeline, its charity foundation, as part of its mission to actively assist and improve the communities where it builds. Since then, the foundation has raised more than $2 million for organizations that help some of the most vulnerable and at-risk populations in the GTA and across the nation by providing the relief and support they need.
Along with Michael Pearl and Brian Brown, this company is led by co-founders Mel Pearl and Sam Herzog. Herzog and Pearl Senior initially crossed paths while they were both employed as rivals in the low-rise construction sector. They credit their long-lasting relationships with one another and others in the industry for their three decades of success. They have an impressive portfolio of projects, like XO Condos and Panda, that meet the demands of their clientele for unmatched design, functionality, and luxurious facilities.
The business is a genuinely forward-thinking organization with a carefully chosen team of architects and designers. They deliberately chose to construct in the most desirable regions of the city, changing the streetscapes into vibrant, sought-after neighbourhoods that attract both locals and foreigners. Their large-scale, ground-breaking initiatives have won praise from all over the world. Furthermore, they take their corporate and social responsibilities seriously and look forward to continuing to develop communities around the GTA. They currently have plans to deliver an additional 5,000 units to Toronto, a city with a constantly expanding population. Source: Lifetime Developments