Metropia was created out of a shared purpose and vision to become one of Canada’s leading real estate development companies by focusing on urban renewal and design innovation. Our communities offer a wide range of housing options with an emphasis on affordability and a responsibility to the environment.
Metropia’s founder, Howard Sokolowski, has a rich history in residential development. As cofounder and CEO of Tribute Communities for over 25 years, Howard led the development of more than 30,000 homes. One of the things Howard takes great pride in is working closely with the families and administrations that have a deep, vested interest in the outcome of the communities being developed. Under Howard’s leadership, Tribute won numerous community and development awards from J.D. Power, the Ontario Home Builders Association and Toronto’s Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) including Project of the Year, Community of the Year and Builder of the Year.
Partnering with Howard is Tony Moro, former President and CEO of Deltera/Tridel Builders. Tony brings with him over 35 years experience as Canada’s leading builder of condominium communities, during which time he developed over 40,000 condominium units. Under Tony’s leadership, Deltera/Tridel Builders won numerous awards including J.D. Power and Hi-Rise Builder of the Year.
E Condos: 58 and 38-storey towers on the northeast corner of Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue in Toronto by Bazis Inc., Metropia, and RioCan with architecture by Roy Varacalli. Interiors by Mike ... go to project
Exhibit, a visionary new condominium by Bazis, Metropia and Plaza, is an extraordinary new design concept that is not only breathtaking to view, it also offers a brilliant new perspective on ... go to project
TORONTO, April 29, 2013-Toronto Community Housing's board of directors today confirmed the corporation's developer partner and construction manager for phase 1 of the Lawrence Heights ... go to project
The Yorkdale is a mid-rise condominium project by Context and Metropia. It is located in the backyard of Yorkdale shopping centre, which means that you basically have the worlds biggest walk-in ... go to project