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Fortress Real Developments is a team that prides itself on their research abilities, which they use to determine current market trends, allowing them to find strategic property opportunities. They don’t believe in limiting the scope of the acquisitions and they have compiled an incredibly varied portfolio. To date they’ve built rental apartments, high-rise condos, hotels, office space, big-box retail stores and single-family homes. This totals 80 completed projects, 21 projects under construction and $6-billion in revenue.

The success of Fortress can be traced back to the leadership of their executive team. This team, which accounts for over 75 years of combined experience in the real estate industry, performs ongoing research to continuously reevaluate the projects that are underway.

Recent projects

Raglan Ave.

Located proximal to Bathurst Street and St. Clair Avenue in mid-town Toronto, this condominium building incorporates slab, podium, and tower typologies into its design referencing the surrounding stock of building types in the neighbourhood. The project will incorporate townhomes and a mix of studio up to three-bedroom layouts. The first two floors of the podium with its townhomes will back onto a laneway that will become activated through a targeted landscape strategy enlivening the surrounding pedestrian realm.

Junction House

Rising nine storeys at the corner of Dundas Street West and Watkinson Avenue, Junction House will be a defining landmark at the eastern edge of Toronto’s thriving Junction neighbourhood. This mid-rise condominium building proposes a residential alternative to both house and high-rise, achieving critical density while maintaining human scale and a sensitive response to context. Retail at grade ensures a continuously active street edge that translates into a positive contribution of commercial enterprise to the community. Three floors of underground parking accommodate 63 vehicles, and space for over 150 bicycles encourages an environmentally friendly mode of transportation.

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