Curated Properties is a development company that has been building design-inspired excellence since 1987 and prides itself on improving wellness through the innovative design of boutique residential development in Toronto, Ontario.
An intimate collection of townhomes and hard loft homes in Roncesvalles.
Coming soon to the vibrant Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood, condominiums and townhomes.
Coming soon at the west entry of Liberty Village, condominiums and townhomes with beautiful lake views.
A hard-fought battle came down to the wire for our 10-19 storeys category, where the winner was determined by less than one percentage point, and several lead changes were exchanged over the break before The Plant ultimately came out on top. The 10-storey project from Curated Properties and Windmill Development Group has added a subtle but handsome presence to the intersection of Dovercourt and Sudbury Streets. Designed by Kohn Shnier Architects and SMV Architects, since renamed CMV Group architects, The Plant features a mix of charcoal and white brick finishes and metal railing balconies that help it manage to both stand out from the pack and stand back as a background building.Urban Toronto
In 2018 both Cabin and The Plant were featured in Toronto Life’s Real Estate issue; Where To Buy Now.
“Could we bring this aesthetic into high-density Toronto?” asked Adam Ochshorn, co-principal of Curated Properties – wondering aloud if he could incorporate elements of the modern country vernacular he enjoyed in Muskoka into Cabin, a tiered condo he developed for West Queen West. And so Mason Studio, known for modernizing the concept of national identity without the corniness, was tapped for interior design.read more
During trips to his Muskoka cottage, Adam Ochshorn, co-principal of boutique condo developer Curated Properties, likes to boat around and photograph his favourite houses. He favours the modern-country vernacular – high windows and prismatic structures – with rural elements such as masonry, exposed wood and rustic siding. “Would it be possible, he wondered, “to bring this aesthetic into high-density Toronto?”read more
The Plant condo, an innovative 10-storey building planned for Toronto’s hip Queen West neighborhood, is a dream for urban gardeners. Esteemed designer John Tong of +tongtong shares a closer look at the project, revealing some key features that make the space so unique. Focused on the idea of growing plants in an urban context, The Plant condos are designed with a wide and shallow layout, instead of a long and narrow one, to maximize the sun’s rays. In the kitchen, a full-height pantry and a hanging rack for pots and pans maximizes storage. There’s also a buggy with an herb garden built into the island, as well as a counter-height dining table for additional seating and prep space. The den has glass doors, keeping the units bright and airy. The bathrooms are designed to be ultra-functional while taking cues from the rest of the suite’s modern, industrial design.
Two clear front-runners emerged early on in the vote for townhomes, though Curated Properties‘ AUDAX architecture-designed Lanehouse on Bartlett pulled away from runner-up Core Modern Homes in the final days of polling to take a commanding lead.Urban Toronto
The developer won two awards for its Edition/Richmond including Project of the Year – Low Rise, along with the award for Best New Home Design for Semi or Townhome Under 1,500 square feet.
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