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Project Stories
While we have many years of experience, here is a select sample of project stories we are proud to share.

Ancroft Place, Rosedale, Toronto

Sherbourne St. No. & Ancroft Place (2010)

Ancroft Place is a special collection of 22 two and three-storey brick townhomes located in Rosedale, Toronto. Each home ranges in size between 2675 – 3400 sq.ft. Built in 1927, Canlight restored this heritage site, originally upscale rental townhomes – and converted it to luxury condominium homes offered for sale from $1.2 Million. After grand opening weekend, 75% of the homes were sold and the balance sold-out shortly thereafter.

Grandview Condominiums, Newmarket

260 Davis Drive (2004)

Canlight acquired this 10-storey, 139 suite highrise building in 2004. An extensive programme of capital expenditures refurbished the property and brought it to condominium standard. 70% of sales were achieved in the first 2 weeks of the marketing program.

Huron Park Heights, Mississauga

1000 Cedarglen Gate (2003)

This 101-suite luxury rental building was acquired in 2002. Built in 1983 to extremely high standards, Canlight recognized the potential to convert the project to a condominium. Substantial renovations were made to both the exterior and interior common element areas as well as the homes.

The Regency, Kitchener

3227 King Street East (1999)

A luxury 128 suite high-rise condominium in Kitchener. Canlight converted a 100% rental building into a 100% home-owner occupied luxury condominium over a 3-year period. The Regency was the top-selling condominium in the Kitchener-Waterloo area for the entire 3-year period.


Camden Lofts, Toronto

29 Camden Street (1998)

This newly constructed 59 unit loft style residential building in the King-Spadina district in downtown Toronto set a new trend in both design and location. Features include exposed concrete ceilings and walls, huge warehouse style windows, and custom industrial lighting. The building’s brick and glass exterior was designed to complement the warehouse asethetic so prevalent in the area. Canlight managed the design process, marketing program, and the financing and construction of this high-profile development. Sales were achieved in record time.

The Pigott Heritage Building, Hamilton

36 James Street (1998)

Hamilton’s first and most impressive skyscraper was originally built in 1928 by the Pigott Company. Canlight converted the 18-story historical landmark to a condominium corporation comprising 110 residential suites with an innovative blend of modern finishes in a beautiful heritage building. Prices per square foot set new levels for the Hamilton condominium market at the time.


This Art Deco/Gothic Revival style building was designed by Hamilton architects Bernard and Fred Prack and is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act.

The Derby Lofts, Toronto

393 King St. E., Corktown (1998)

The Derby was the first ‘New York style’ two-storey lofts built in the city. Canlight developed this four-storey building of red brick and huge paneled windows into 26 units featuring open concept layouts, striking mezzanines overlooking the lower level living area, curved staircases, and private rooftop terraces.