Camrost Felcorp

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Camrost Felcorp is one of the most established and respected real estate developers in the GTA. They’ve been an industry leader since their beginnings in 1976. The primary reason for their success is their prophetic tendency to build for the long term. Their aim is to contribute to Toronto’s skyline not just for the present, but the future.

Through the years, they’ve built for both residential and commercial use. Their production is staggering. To date, they’re responsible for 60 buildings, 10,000 residences, and 2-million-square-feet of space. They have no plans on slowing down, as they currently have over $1-billion invested into current production. Their prolific construction has made them one of the most prominent patrons to the city’s skyline and indeed, its essence.

They could not have reached this point without their founder, President and CEO David Feldman. Feldman has always maintained the long-term goal of building towards Toronto’s future, but he is also keenly nostalgic. A long-time resident of St. Clair West, he’s an admirer of the towers built on Young at St. Clair during the 1950’s and 60’s. He is aware that Torontonians are nostalgic too, and this could be one of the primary factors for his desire to build towards the future. Maybe he envisions a day when future generations look back at his developments and yearn for a piece of history.

His timeless understanding of construction means he is willing to take inspiration from all over the globe, and from any era. Feldman regularly travels to some of the most stunning cities across the world. Places like Chicago, New York, Paris, and Madrid are some of his frequent stops. It’s typical for him to find ideas in any of the historic buildings in these fabulous metropolises, which we should all be thankful for as Toronto continues to take its place as a global city.

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EXS – Exchange Signature Residences by Camrost Felcorp in Mississauga

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Exchange Signature Residences will be the fourth and final tower to join the highly sought after Exchange District Master-Planned Community in the heart of Mississauga! Located at Burnhamthorpe Rd & Hurontario St, future residents will live directly across from Square One Shopping Centre — which means having unparalleled access to 360+ stores and services! Not only that but you will also be just moments from the upcoming Hurontario […]

Camrost Felcorp

1 property

Camrost Felcorp is one of the most established and respected real estate developers in the GTA. They’ve been an industry leader since their beginnings in 1976. The primary reason for their success is their prophetic tendency to build for the long term. Their aim is to contribute to Toronto’s skyline not just for the present, but the future.

Through the years, they’ve built for both residential and commercial use. Their production is staggering. To date, they’re responsible for 60 buildings, 10,000 residences, and 2-million-square-feet of space. They have no plans on slowing down, as they currently have over $1-billion invested into current production. Their prolific construction has made them one of the most prominent patrons to the city’s skyline and indeed, its essence.

They could not have reached this point without their founder, President and CEO David Feldman. Feldman has always maintained the long-term goal of building towards Toronto’s future, but he is also keenly nostalgic. A long-time resident of St. Clair West, he’s an admirer of the towers built on Young at St. Clair during the 1950’s and 60’s. He is aware that Torontonians are nostalgic too, and this could be one of the primary factors for his desire to build towards the future. Maybe he envisions a day when future generations look back at his developments and yearn for a piece of history.

His timeless understanding of construction means he is willing to take inspiration from all over the globe, and from any era. Feldman regularly travels to some of the most stunning cities across the world. Places like Chicago, New York, Paris, and Madrid are some of his frequent stops. It’s typical for him to find ideas in any of the historic buildings in these fabulous metropolises, which we should all be thankful for as Toronto continues to take its place as a global city.