Master Plan

Scarborough Junction

Toronto, ON

Harlo Capital has launched its co-developed, master-planned, mixed-use development at the Scarborough GO Station. Its strategic position offers a unique large-scale opportunity in the GTA with convenient commutes to the Financial District, Bloor – Yonge and Yonge – Eglinton. The Scarborough Junction master plan will create a distinctive new community that will include complete residential neighbourhoods fully accessible to parks, retail high streets and the Station. To learn more please visit the project’s community engagement website at ShapeSJ.ca.

Condo

98-104 Queen St. E.

Toronto, ON

Harlo Capital and a partner secured a 0.3 acre site situated at the northeast corner of Queen St. East and Mutual St. in downtown Toronto. The property is highly accessible to transit, located 450m east of the Queen Street Subway Station and serviced directly by the Queen St. streetcar route. Two of the existing buildings are designated heritage buildings. The partnership filed a rezoning application in Q4 2018 that proposes a new design with a pronounced heritage component to preserve the historical legacy of the neighbourhood.

Condo

699 Sheppard Ave. E.

Toronto, ON

Harlo Capital and a partner have strategically secured a 6,800 square foot commercial building on 0.63 acres of land at Bayview and Sheppard. It is our intention to leverage the in-place income provided by Canada Post to offset costs during the pre-construction phase. The property is advantageously positioned within close proximity to key services and amenities. The TTC Bessarion Subway Station, Highway 401, Bayview Village Shopping Centre, and North York General Hospital are all located within a 450m radius from the property’s location.

Condo

29-39 Pleasant Blvd.

Toronto, ON

Harlo Capital and partners identified an attractive investment opportunity and secured three parcels of land totalling ~16,000 SF including a 16,400 SF office building. The property is located in midtown Toronto in close proximity to Yonge and St Clair. An application to the City of Toronto will be submitted in Q4 2019 to rezone the property to accommodate residential land uses. During the projected two-year rezoning period the property will be leased to existing tenants to offset development costs. The site is 20 metres to the St. Clair subway station, a revitalized office submarket and walking distance from Rosedale, which will make this an attractive location for future homeowners.

Condo

1712-1748 Bayview Ave.

Toronto, ON

Harlo Capital is co-developing a mid-rise condominium complex in Leaside. Located on the west side of Bayview Avenue, the site is steps away from both the TTC bus service and the Leaside Crosstown LRT Station (scheduled to be completed in 2021). The potential of this transit-oriented development is also maximized by its close proximity to Leaside Secondary School, Howard Talbot Park and Sunnybrook Hospital.

Condo

152-162 Bathurst St.

Toronto, ON

Harlo Capital and its partner identified an attractive investment opportunity and secured 8 properties totaling 22,992 SF at the southwest corner of Bathurst Street and Richmond Street West. The property is located at a Bathurst Street TTC streetcar stop and is within 100 meters of Queen Street TTC streetcar routes. The site situated between two of Toronto’s most iconic neighbourhoods (Queen West and King West) featuring some of the city’s best entertainment, shopping and restaurants. The proximity to these neighbourhoods, the financial core and local parks and schools make this a desirable project for future owners.

Rental

661-669 Huron St.

Toronto, ON

Harlo Capital and a partner acquired two multi-unit residential buildings located at 661-665 Huron St. in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood. The partnership intends to replace the existing structures with a new rental building and enter into an agreement with the City of Toronto to register 19 of the 48 newly built units as rental replacement units. The Annex neighbourhood is serviced by the Dupont subway station, borders on the University of Toronto, and has long been known as Toronto’s student quarters.