Building a lifestyle, that’s the way we see it. Our business is about creating a way for people to enjoy living in a real community, close to where they work and play, in a building that makes a design statement. It’s about living in a unique space designed to maximize natural light and urban views while facing a city park.
We’re visionaries. Living in a building by Freed Developments might mean living in a reclaimed urban warehouse in the emerging downtown core, carefully restored and modernised to revitalise the cityscape. Or in a green, boxwood-wrapped eco-landmark, or a glass-walled, loft-inspired space with 10-foot ceilings above the Thompson boutique hotel and lifestyle complex. Or a building with a playful, avant-garde lobby designed by the globally acclaimed Philippe Starck.
Living the Freed lifestyle means the hottest sushi restaurant or hippest hotel lobby bar in town is just downstairs from your Toronto condo. Or if you’re in Muskoka, having one of the best golf courses in the world right outside your front door. Our lifestyle provides everything you want out of life -- in town, or country -- to simply be part of your day-to-day routine.
Our vision means living better, by design. We believe that good design isn’t just better-looking, it makes life better. Which is why Freed Developments doesn’t just build condo units, we build architecture. Pure and simple, it’s building -- elevated from the ordinary -- to become an expression of the way we want to live now.
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
20 Stewart condominiums Toronto by Freed Developments, Lash and Core Architects.
Right next door to Freed Developments first condominium project in the King West district, 20 Stewart is a ... go to project
550 Wellington West condos Toronto by Freed Developments and Core Architects
With luxuriously appointed half or full floor lofts that range in size from a gracious 2,500 to a truly spectacular ... go to project
However you approach it, 550 Wellington West is truly one of a kind. The site, which Peter Freed describes as “the best site in the whole of downtown Toronto,” faces directly south onto the ... go to project
The meaning of home continues to evolve in Central King West with the ongoing collaboration between two lifestyle masterminds, Freed Developments. Pairing elegant living spaces with lavish ... go to project
A refined and minimal glass-walled jewel-box with only 85 high-ceilinged loft-styled condominium units, 66 Portland is a small boutique of a building that has nonetheless made a big impact on the ... go to project
Art Shoppe Condos at 2131 Yonge Street, by Freed Developments and CD Capital, with design by architectsAlliance. Interiors by Cecconi Simone. Landscape Design by Janet Rosenberg + Studio. go to project
455 Adelaide West condominiums, Toronto, by Freed Developments and Lash Group. Design by Core Architects, interiors by Cecconi Simone. Fashion District Lofts.
An essay in updated modernism, the ... go to project
With Fashion House’s iconic 150-foot frontage on King Street, Freed Developments opted to celebrate King Street’s heritage as a fashion district. The project combines and connects the restoration ... go to project
Multi-phase site by Freed Developments on Portland, Audley, and Newcastle Streets northeast of Mimico GO Station in Etobicoke. Transitioning from 6 storeys on Portland Street to 32 storeys of the ... go to project
Inspired by the back-to-nature aesthetic of the green movement, SIX50 King Street is, in the words of Peter Freed, “a building that’s alive with green, not just concrete and glass.”
A re-imagined ... go to project
For Toronto-based design junkies, SEVENTY5 Portland is mecca: the interior design of its whimsical, futuristic lobby and atrium was designed by none other than globally renowned design guru ... go to project
HERE, WE'VE BLENDED FINE URBAN LIVING WITH OLD TORONTO CHARM.
The very best of both worlds. Set in one of the city's most dynamic neighbourhoods, where the history of Front Street meets the ... go to project