Lamb Development Corp. (LDC) was founded in 2001 by Brad J. Lamb, Toronto’s top condominium broker, to directly participate in the development of stylish urban condominium projects. After marketing and selling over 100 of Toronto’s most innovative and exciting projects, Lamb wanted to bring something different to the development world. He has done just that; his company has completed sixteen projects, has 4 under construction, and has an additional four projects with over 1,000 units under development.
Lamb Development Corp. is now one of the country’s busiest development companies, with each project pioneering up-and-coming locations and delivering stylish, completely urban residences that appeal to a wide cross section of buyers.
Clad in post-modernist glass, steel and brick, this breathtaking mid-rise structure is well suited to the pulse of its urban surroundings.
Appropriately located in the chic downtown King East ... go to project
King Charlotte's architecture is based on a series of designed boxes, of all different types and sizes. The boxes stack upon each other, and not necessarily in a fashion that one might initially ... go to project
How you choose to live your life is a unique expression of who you are, just as a brilliantly designed piece of furniture embodies the spirit of its designer. Now, there is an evocatively original ... go to project
Parc Lofts offers the unofferable. It can’t be done, yet we did it. Private urban residences on a city of Toronto park (Stanley Park), overlooking the city skyline beyond. Imagine living off a ... go to project
Theatre Park is a spectacular tower of 47 storeys sprouting from the historic Theatre District of Toronto's King Street West. The development features a 5200SF floor plate and once in a lifetime ... go to project
Wellington House is a 23-storey condominium to be built behind 2 relocated heritage homes at 422-424 Wellington St W in Downtown Toronto. Designed by architectsAlliance for Lamb Dev Corp. go to project
Worklofts is a thoughtful interplay o old and new, commercial and residential, and personal and professional. Along Carlaw Avenue the facade consists of the lower four floors clad in a more ... go to project