Lamb Development Corp

Lamb Development Corp

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.

Company information

788 King St. West, Toronto, ON M5V 1N6, Canada
+1 (416) 368 5262

Recent News

 Growth To Watch For 2017: Jarvis and Church Corridors
 Growth to Watch For 2017: Corktown-Regent Park-Cabbagetown
 6th and Tenth Full-Length Balconies
 Open House Unveils Changes to Lamb Tower Proposal
 Beltline Continues Solid Growth
 Brad Lamb's Jasper House Set to Proceed Following Brief Hiatus
 Toronto's Brad Lamb May Be Moving Forward With 45-Storey North Condos
 Cluster of Boutique Projects Planned for Wellington Street Block
 Growth To Watch For in 2017: Entertainment District
 Interior Work the Focus as 6th and Tenth Tops Out
 What to Expect in 2017: Calgary's New Year's Resolutions
 Forum Finds LVIII
 Shot of Cladding Sealing Off 6th and Tenth
 Building Code Changes Lead to Record Building Permit Applications
 Babak Eslahjou of CORE Architects Talks 6th and Tenth
 Two 32-Storey Towers Proposed for 254 King Street East
 Daily Photo: 6th and Tenth
 Photo of the Day: City View
 The Interview: Chris Harhay's Mid-Rise Portfolio Grows Up
 Sleek architectsAlliance-designed Tower Proposed on Wellington
 Drone Flyover Shows Steady Climb of 6th and Tenth
 Forum Finds XXXVIII
 Contrasting Cladding Panels Installed at 6th and Tenth
 Throwback Thursday: Toronto City Hall Observation Deck
 Throwback Thursday: Skyline View from the Bathurst Bridge
 Forum Finds XXII
 Growth to Watch For in 2016: The Jarvis and Church Corridors
 Growth to Watch For: East of Downtown
 6th and Tenth Joins Beltline Boom
 Photo of the Day: Modern Backdrop
 Toronto Firms Collaborating on Edmonton Highrise Projects
 Entertainment District: Growth to Watch For in 2016
 UT Readers Select Favourite Residential Buildings of 2015
 Photo of the Day: View from Theatre Park
 Picasso Condos Gifts Panoramic Downtown Views
 Toronto Financial District Views Impress from INDX Condos
 architectsAlliance Reinterprets Mid Century Modernism with Lamb Dev Corps' The Brant Park
 Throwback Thursday: King East and Parliament
 Photo of the Day: Into the City
 The Evolution of Ottawa's Modern Built Form
 Angled Podium Glazing Increases Visual Interest at Theatre Park
 Throwback Thursday: Abbey Lane Lofts on King Street East
 Drone Video Highlights Explosive Growth in Toronto's Entertainment District
 Finishing Touches Tying Theatre Park Together
 Glazing Installation Progressing At Topped-Off Brant Park Condos
 Throwback Thursday: Front Street West of Blue Jays Way
 East of Downtown: Growth to Watch For in 2015
 Touring Trump: A Peek Inside the Luxurious Residences
 Church and Jarvis Streets: Growth to Watch For in 2015
 Lamb and Hyde Park's East FiftyFive Coming to Corktown
 Topping Off 2014: Our Most Popular Threads
 Exploring the Future Office Spaces of Allied REIT's QRC West
 Council Greenlights Many New Developments Across Toronto
 Theatre Park Condo Tops Off in the Entertainment District
 Throwback Thursday: King and Sherbourne
 Checking Out the 2014 Pug Award Nominees
 Photo of the Day: The Royal Alex
 Photo of the Day: A Changing View
 Topping Off March 2014: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 The Harlowe Updates Warehouse Vernacular in the Fashion District
 Topping Off February 2014: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Topping Off January 2014: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 The King West Neighbourhood: Growth to Watch For in 2014
 Toronto's Entertainment District: Growth to Watch For in 2014
 UrbanToronto Photographer of the Week: Zach Balbino
 The Harlowe to Employ Warehouse-style Design on Richmond West
 Topping Off August 2013: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Ashlar Urban Realty Announces Acquisition of Smith Company
 2013 PUG People's Choice Architecture Awards Handed Out
 Amenities and Interiors at Daniels' Cinema Tower Taking Shape
 Showcasing Aragon Properties' Showcase Lofts
 Full Steam Ahead at Lamb, Niche and Harhay's Theatre Park
 Carlaw: The Creation of a Condominium Corridor
 The King East Fits Into King-Parliament Neighbourhood Plan
 Construction Update: Residences at the RCMI
 Discovering King Blue's Finer Points Through The Scale Model
 Lamb, Niche, and Harhay's Theatre Park Breaches The Surface on King West
 Mirvish & Gehry Set "Stage" for Redevelopment of Theatre District
 SIX50 King West Nears Completion
 The King East Nearly Fully Clad in Glass
 Topping Off June 2012: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Excavation at Theatre Park Nearing Completion
 Photo of the Day: The King East
 The Interview: Brad Lamb Part 2
 The Interview: Brad Lamb Part 1
 Checking in on Construction of Theatre Park Condos
 Photo of the Day: King West's Growth Spurt
 Daniels' Cinema Tower Continues its Skyward Push
 The Modern Condos: Finished Product in Pictures
 Exterior Cladding Arrives for Lamb Development's The King East
 Brant Park Brings Mid-Century Style to the Warehouse District
 The King East Condos by Lamb Developments Starting to Rise
 Construction Beginning on Theatre Park Condos
 Photo Of The Day: The Fabulous View Of Downtown From Gläs Condos
 New Renderings For Lamb Development's Brant Park Condos Released
 Westbank's Living Shangri-La Toronto As Seen From First Canadian Place
 Tight Squeeze for King Charlotte Condos
 Lamb Development Shoehorns The King East Condos Into A Tight Space
 231 Richmond East To Be Redeveloped As 18 Storey Condo By Lamb Development?
 Rendering Released For Lamb Development Corp's New Brant Park Condos
 Lamb Dev Corp's Worklofts & Flatiron Loft Condos Growing on Carlaw
 Lamb, Niche, and Harhay's Parc Residences Brings Modern Cool to Stanley Park
 The King East Condos By Lamb Development Gains A Crane
 Renderings Released For Lamb Development's King Charlotte Condos
 Lamb Development's The King East Condo Making A Splash
 Where in Toronto of the Future?
 Lamb Development And Niche Development Present The Theatre Park Condos
 Quick Pic: The King East Condo By Lamb Begins Construction
 Daily Poll 12 for May 17, 2010: Pug Awards Gläs Condominium
 Lamb Development's Proposal for 224 King Rejected, Heading to OMB
 Forum Member Polystyrene Photographs From Harhay's East Lofts Condos


231 Richmond East Condos

231 Richmond East Condos Toronto by Lamb Development
231 Richmond Street East, Toronto | Lamb Development Corp
231 Richmond East Condos Toronto by Lamb Development go to project

Brant Park, The

The Brant Park Condos Toronto by Lamb Development Corp and architectsAlliance
438 Adelaide St West , Toronto | Lamb Development Corp, Fortress Real Developments
The Brant Park is an 11-storey condominium, developed by Lamb Development Corp, and located at 438 Adelaide Street West in Toronto. Design is by architectsAlliance. go to project

East Lofts Condos

East Lofts Condos Toronto By Harhay Construction, Lamb Development and architect
275 King St E, Toronto | Harhay Developments, Lamb Development Corp
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

Gläs Condos

Gläs Condos Toronto by Lamb, Harhey, Niche and architectsAlliance
Gläs Condos Toronto by Lamb, Harhey, Niche and architectsAlliance go to project

Gotham Ottawa

Gotham Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, Lamb Development Corp
Gloucester Street and Lyon Street, Ottawa | Lamb Development Corp

Harlowe Condos

The Harlowe by Core Architects for Lamb Development and Fortress RDI
610 Richmond St W, Toronto | Lamb Development Corp, Fortress Real Developments
The Harlowe Condos Toronto by Core Architects for Lamb Development and Fortress RDI. go to project

Jasper House

Jasper House, Edmonton, Lamb Development, Fortress Real, architectsAlliance
Jasper Avenue Northwest & 106 Street NW, Edmonton | Lamb Development Corp, Fortress Real Developments

King Charlotte

King Charlotte condos by Lamb Development Corp and Niche Development
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

King East, The

The King East Condo by Lamb Development Corp., east side rendering
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


North, Edmonton, Canada by Lamb Development Corp and architectsAlliance
10160 106 Street NW, Edmonton | Lamb Development Corp

Parc - Loft Residences on King West

Parc - Loft Residences on the Park - Toronto, by Lamb Dev Corp
25 Stafford St, Toronto | Lamb Development Corp, Niche Development
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

Theatre Park condos Toronto by Lamb Dev Corp, Niche Development and Harhay
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

Wellington House condos Toronto designed by architectsAlliance for Lamb Dev Corp
422 Wellington Ave W, Toronto | Lamb Development Corp
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 + Flatiron Lofts in the Film District

Worklofts and Flatiron Loft condos Toronto, image courtesy of Lamb Dev Corp
Dundas Street East at Carlaw Avenue, Toronto | Lamb Development Corp
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