At Broccolini, our approach is simple. We aim to build and develop more than just great properties. We want to create lasting relationships. To us, every new project is an opportunity to build new bonds and reinforce relationships. We may work most often with concrete, steel and glass, yet our best work is derived of confidence, quality and pride in the work we do and those we work with.

Since 1949, we have proudly served the residential, commercial and industrial markets of Ontario and Quebec. We do so with a passion to serve, and a dedication to excel.

Company information

4110 Yonge St. Suite 602, Toronto, ON M2P 2B7, Canada
+1 (416) 242 7772

Recent News

 Plans for Condo in Queen-River Area Now Supported by City
 New MEC Flagship Taking Shape on Queen Street West
 Construction at Ground Level on MEC's New Queen West Store
 Growth To Watch For 2018: U of T, West of Downtown
 Growth to Watch For 2018: Corktown-Regent Park-Cabbagetown
 Growth to Watch For 2018: Midtown—Eglinton to St. Clair
 Throwback Thursday: Entertainment District Skyline
 36-Storey Condo Proposed for Queen-River Neighbourhood
 Details Adding to 155 Redpath as 150 Redpath Begins Rise
 Throwback Thursday: King and Charlotte
 38-Storey Residential Tower Proposed at 83 River Street
 Growth To Watch For 2017: U of T, West of Downtown
 Growth to Watch For 2017: Midtown—Eglinton to St. Clair
 Growth To Watch For 2017: North York Centre and Willowdale
 Queen West Parking Lot (Finally) Making Way for Development
 155 Redpath Rises as Excavation Proceeds for 150 Redpath
 Photo of the Day: One Bloor East
 STARGATE Pushes the (Galactic) Boundaries of Public Art
 MEC Store and Townhomes Rising at Bessarion Station
 North Yonge and Sheppard East: Growth to Watch For in 2016
 Midtown Toronto: Growth to Watch For in 2016
 Freed and CD Capital's 155 Redpath Reaches Grade
 Photo of the Day: Yonge and Eglinton
 Freed and CD Capital Bringing 150 Redpath to Midtown
 North York Centre and East: Growth to Watch For in 2015
 Demolition Marks Start of Work at Freed's 155 Redpath
 Yonge and Eglinton: Growth to Watch For in 2015
 Council Greenlights Many New Developments Across Toronto
 Phase 2 of Freed Redpath Development Outlined in Application
 PSR's Photo Of The Day: End Of The Line
 Yonge and Eglinton: Growth to Watch For in 2014
 A Look Inside of 155 Redpath's Bright, Modern Model Suite
 Parsing the Scale Model of Freed and CD Capital's 155 Redpath
 11 Lillian brings Side Street Redevelopment at Yonge & Eglinton
 155 Redpath Condos: A New Addition To Yonge & Eglinton
 Topping Off August 2013: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Broccolini's Park Towns Sells Out
 Broccolini's Park Towns and MEC come to Sheppard at Bessarion
 Topping Off June 2013: What Was Hot on UrbanToronto
 Park Towns Make a Handsome Addition to Sheppard and Bayview
 Topping Off March 2013: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Freed Launches 155 Redpath Condos at Yonge & Eglinton


150 Redpath Condominiums

Looking southwest to 150 Redpath Condominiums, Toronto, Freed
150 Redpath Avenue, Toronto | Freed Developments, Capital Developments
Developed by Freed Developments & Capital Developments, 150 Redpath located in mid-town Toronto's Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood, is the sister site to the highly successful 155 Redpath. ... go to project

155 Redpath Condominiums

155 Redpath Condos Toronto by architectsAlliance for Freed Developments
155 Redpath Avenue, Toronto | Freed Developments, Capital Developments
155 Redpath Condominiums Toronto by Freed Developments with design by architectsAlliance and interiors by Johnson Chou Inc.. 34 storey condo. go to project

5 Defries

5 Defries, Toronto, designed by Graziani+Corazza for Marlin Spring & Broccolini
5 Defries St, Toronto | Marlin Spring Developments, Broccolini
5 Defries s 38-storey condominium tower designed by Graziani + Corazza Architects for Marlin Spring Developments and Broccolini atop the west bank of the Don River on Defries Street between Queen ... go to project

83 River Street

83 River Street by IBI Group Architects for Broccolini, Toronto
83 River Street, Toronto | Broccolini
A 38-storey condominium with a 7-storey podium, designed by IBI Group Architects for Broccolini. Rising to a height of 435 feet, the development is seeking 410 residential units. go to project

MEC Queen Street (Mountain Equipment Coop)

Mountain Equipment Coop, Toronto, by Sweeney &Co
300 Queen St. West, Toronto | Parallax Investment Corporation
A 3-storey mixed-use building consisting of primarily of retail space, with daycare and office space atop. 3 levels of below grade parking. Now under construction on Queen Street West. go to project

Park Towns Bayview and Sheppard

Park Towns Bayview and Sheppard by Broccolini Construction
784 Sheppard Ave E., Toronto | Broccolini, Park Towns Developments Inc.
Broccolini, a family-run business for over six decades, has sold out its Park Towns Bayview and Sheppard, an elegant collection of just 50 urban townhomes that started from the mid ... go to project