Driven to elevate the urban experience.

We are developers of mixed use buildings, and entrepreneurs for the public good. We build to connect, not isolate, and fundamentally believe that connected communities lead to beautiful, more resilient cities.

Our Four Pillars of Sustainability™ provide the foundation for all of our decisions and chart our course for the future. Out Pillars are our pursuit to enhance our social, cultural, and economic activities, and ensure the positive impact we can have on our projects.

TAS will change the way you view condominium living. With a fierce commitment to environmental, cultural, and social responsibility, we place a high value on the position we hold as city builders to positively contribute to Toronto's people and places.

Think: sustainable building elements, urban food production, celebrations of art and culture, and a shared sensibility that strong communities make cities better places to live. All this, plus our legacy of quality building.

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491 Eglinton Ave. W., Suite 503, Toronto, ON M5N 1A8, Canada
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 A Closer Look at Amenity Spaces Offered at The Keeley
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 Site Plan Approval Sought for Rental Tower at 89 Roehampton
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 Proposal to Redevelop Slaughterhouse Presented to Community
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 Growth to Watch For 2018: Midtown—Eglinton to St. Clair
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2 Tecumseth

Looking southeast to 2 Tecumseth, Toronto, designed by KPMB Architects for TAS
2 Tecumseth St, Toronto | TAS
Approximately 1.98ha in size with 75.3 metres of frontage on Tecumseth Street, the site has a further 7.3 metres of frontage on Wellington Street West, and approximately 25 metres of frontage on ... go to project

299 Campbell Avenue

299 Campbell Avenue, Toronto Public Library, Teeple Architects, TAS
299 Campbell Avenue, Toronto | TAS, Bentall Kennedy
299 Campbell Avenue is a TAS and Bentall Kennedy rental development—designed by Teeple Architects—under construction at 299 Campbell Ave, Toronto. The 14-storey development would have a total of ... go to project

7 Labatt

7 Labatt Street, Toronto, design by Diamond Schmitt Architects for TAS & Tricon
7 Labatt St, Toronto | TAS, Tricon Capital Group Inc.
7 Labatt, residential condo and rental apartment building in Downtown Toronto, designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects for TAS and Tricon Capital. go to project

822-838 Richmond Street West

822-838 Richmond Street West by Giannone Petricone Associates for TAS
822-838 Richmond Street West, Toronto | TAS
Official Plan amendment to allow a two-storey addition onto an existing building at 822-838 Richmond Street West. go to project

860 Richmond Street West

860 Richmond Street West by Suulin Architects for TAS
860 Richmond Street West, Toronto | TAS
Official Plan Amendment to add two-storeys onto an existing building at 860 Richmond Street West. go to project

89 Roehampton Avenue

89 Roehampton Avenue, Toronto, designed by Quadrangle for TAS
89 Roehampton Avenue, Toronto | TAS
89 Roehampton Avenue, a 38-storey Quadrangle-designed rental tower for TAS Design Build in Midtown Toronto. go to project

DUKE Condos

Duke Condos Toronto designed by Quadrangle Architects for TAS
2803 Dundas St. W. & Indian Grove, Toronto | TAS
TAS, the Toronto-based developers acclaimed for their astute, responsive vision, are bringing DUKE Condos to the corner of Dundas Street West (DU) and Keele Street (KE), a project literally named ... go to project

Dia Condos

Dia Condos Toronto by Tas DesignBuild and Core Architects
30 Canterbury Pl, Toronto | TAS
Dia Condominiums: Boutique Living in North York With a spa concept in mind, we designed Dia to feature condominiums, lofts, and townhomes around a courtyard. Playing close attention to the area's ... go to project

Keeley, The

The Keeley condos, Toronto, designed by Teeple and SMV for TAS
3100 Keele Street, Toronto | TAS, Fiera Properties
With Downsview Park directly across the street and a network of ravines out the backdoor, The Keeley affords a fresh approach to urban living. Thoughtful contemporary architecture that fosters a ... go to project

Kingston&Co Condominiums

Kingston&Co Condominiums Toronto by TAS, Main & Main, and Teeple Architects
1092 Kingston Road, Scarborough | TAS, Main and Main, First Capital Realty
Kingston&Co Condominiums Toronto designed by Teeple Architects for TAS and Main & Main. go to project

M5V Condominiums

M5V Condominiums by TAS Design Build and Lifetime Developments
375 King Street West, Toronto | Lifetime Developments, TAS
Situated in Toronto’s Entertainment District along historic King Street West just east of Spadina, M5V Condominiums is a spectacular, innovative jewel of a building soaring into the city skyline ... go to project