Minto Communities, before the LPAT with respect to a mixed-use development in the former City of Etobicoke.
Pinnacle International, in the redevelopment of a large, multi-tower property in the former City of Etobicoke.
Pinnacle International, in the approval of a two-tower mixed-use development in the former City of Scarborough.
Aoyuan Group, land use approvals for a five-tower mixed-use (including residential, office, institutional and retail) development in Toronto.
Kingdom Group, obtaining the land use approvals of a five-tower mixed-use development (including condominium, office, retail, and hotel) in the City of Toronto.
The City of Toronto Economic Development Corporation, obtaining all planning approvals and permits with respect to the development of a 500,000 square foot office development in Toronto.
The owner of the southeast corner of Bloor and Yonge Streets in Toronto, official plan amendment and re-zoning of the site into a 70-storey mixed-use building.
Beaux Properties, land use approvals of a number of projects throughout the GTA, including infill residential towers and power centre retail projects.
A major Chinese development company, municipal and other development permitting issues with respect to a significant development site on Toronto's waterfront.
North York General Hospital, development of a long-term care facility.
Kilmer Group, municipal issues in the redevelopment of the former Humber River Hospital.
University Health Network, redevelopment of the former nurses residence site.
University Health Network, in matters dealing with the long-term planning of the City's downtown and the role of the Health Sciences District as well as in the appropriate setbacks to be applied to institutional uses pursuant to the City's Tower separation regime.
Ryerson University, a variety of land use planning issues around the development of their Toronto Campus.
Ryerson University, an appeal of their signage master plan.
Upper Canada College, the rezoning of the campus and implementation of the campus development plan.
A Canadian Government owned enterprise, municipal approvals and permitting with respect to the development of Federal land within the City of Toronto.
The City of Toronto's Community Housing Corporation, development of two new housing projects in the City of Toronto.
Property owners of various heritage buildings throughout the City of Toronto, redevelopment of their sites.
Charitable, non-profit, and religious organizations, obtaining their own municipal approvals and responding to abutting municipal approvals by developers.
A major motor vehicle manufacturer, obtaining all land use approvals necessary for the only new vehicle assembly plant in Ontario in the last 30 years.
Assist and advise clients, including pension funds, REITS, independent land owners, state owned enterprises, and developers, with respect to zoning and municipal matters, including permitting and other due diligence, relating to the purchase and sale of major office, residential and retail buildings, including portfolios, throughout the GTA.
Land use developers, analyzing and re-zoning a wide variety of major development projects, including mixed-use, condominium, single family, subdivision, apartment, office, manufacturing, warehouse, entertainment, and retail projects.
Bird Capital and Bird Design-Build Construction Inc., as part of the shortlisted team, in all negotiations and contracts with the authority, lenders and other contractors with respect to the North Island Hospitals Infrastructure project on Vancouver Island, BC.
A construction and services contractor, with the development and maintenance of the Billy Bishop Airport in Toronto.
APTIM Services Canada, in various contracts for the design and construction work relating to the refurbishment of the Bruce Power Nuclear facility.
Kiewit Infrastructure, with respect to the development of a major hydro damn in northern Ontario.
Joseph Brant Hospital, with an addition to the Hospital as part of an AFP project.
KingSett Capital, drafting and negotiation of the construction contracts and obtaining the necessary development permits in developing a mixed use building in downtown Toronto.
KingSett Capital, approval of certain minor variance and zoning matters relating to properties throughout the GTA.