Freed was also an original partner with ELAD Canada on the ambitious mixed-use, master-planned Galleria on the Park redevelopment of the Galleria Shopping Centre site at Dufferin and Dupont Streets.
It was involved with the purchase and rezoning application before it was bought out from the project. Galleria is to comprise 2,846 residential units, nearly 300,000 square feet of retail and approximately 20,000 square feet of office space.
“We’re really proud of it and it was a really good experience working with ELAD on that development,” said Freed.
Thanks for post the article and the recent pics. Good to know the "official" answer.Freed verified that they were bought out from ELAD, which is why they're no longer involved on this project:
Freed Developments Ltd.’s recent acquisition of Toronto’s 5.42-acre Don Valley Hotel and Suites property with Fengate Asset Management is the latest example of the developer’s focus on master-planned communities near transit. “I don’t know if we’re going to do manyrenx.ca
Can't quite tell from these vantages -- is there now any remaining structure on any part of the site? I'd thought the plan was to leave some part of the mall intact while construction progressed on the rest of the site, but perhaps I'm misremembering.