Gläs sets the new standard for urban cool-chic. High ceilings with open concept living, and exposed concrete walls and ceilings provide a modern loft sensibility. The $60 million building is clad with a sleek glass and stainless steel skin with large useful balconies or terraces. Gläs houses 163 one bedroom, two bedroom units, eight penthouses and a new concept of city townhouses. The clean unfettered elegance of Gläs is a nod to the urban industrial fabric that still can be seen throughout the area. Not attempting to scream ‘look at me’, rather Gläs looks stylishly appropriate for its small lot.

Flatiron Lofts

Flatiron Lofts is a statuesque loft style building in the emerging Queen East Village, a sister building to Worklofts. It represents an updated version of Toronto’s and New York City’s historic Flat Iron Buildings. The $40 million Flatiron Lofts development houses 96 units (studios, one bedrooms and two bedroom suites) all featuring 9 foot ceilings and quality design details like four stainless steel appliances, built-in washer and dryer, euro style cabinetry, quality engineered hardwood floors throughout, double-thick stone counters and natural gas barbeque rough-in on all balconies and terraces. As with all Lamb Development Corp projects all cooking is with natural gas. Flatiron Lofts completes the transformation, at Dundas and Carlaw by capping the block with an intimate residential/commercial and retail community.

Work Lofts

Worklofts is a ground breaking combination of a work studio condominium and a residential condominium, housed in a modern interpretation of a century warehouse. Located on the formerly industrial thoroughfare, Carlaw Avenue, the $60 million building compliments and enhances the turn of the century brick industrial fabric of the area. Worklofts rises eleven floors and houses a total of 153 condominium units. High design interiors are the norm with four stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, natural gas for barbequing on all balconies and terraces, high style Euro kitchens, double thick stone countertops and high quality engineered hardwood floors throughout. All units have nine foot ceilings and large floor to ceiling windows.

Parc Lofts

Parc Lofts offers the unofferable. It can’t be done, yet we did it. Private urban residences on a city park (Stanley Park), overlooking the city skyline beyond. Imagine living off a permanent green space and enjoying forever skyline views. Just 103 homes are housed in this $52 million high-design development. Within steps of the residences of Parc is Toronto’s most exciting community – King Street West. At Parc, the ceilings soar to almost 10 feet and each unit is finished to a very high level of design. All suites feature huge balconies, patios or terraces, gas barbeque nozzles and gas cooking.

The King East

Located on one of the most significant corners of the original old 10 blocks of the City of Toronto, the $80 million King East is a spectacular piece of urban planning and architecture. This 15 storey building provides high-end housing with 215 suites in contemporary design styling. The development has become an iconic marker to the official eastern edge of downtown Toronto. Standard finishes here are upgrades everywhere else. Design features include all wood euro style cabinetry, four stainless steel appliances plus built-in washer and dryer, double-thick stone counters, exotic engineered hardwood floors throughout, large balconies and terraces feature natural gas barbeque connections, and all gas cooking. The project offers one bedroom and two bedroom homes with nine or ten foot ceilings.


In Centretown, in Canada’s capital city, Gotham houses 240 suites over 17 floors. Once again, an advanced modern identity is represented in the glass and black brick tower. Gotham is a modern, statuesque residence rising 17 – stories high into Ottawa’s skyline and lives up to its iconic name by combining large sheets of glass, solid steel and bold charcoal brick. Lamb Development Corp’s goal with Gotham is to bring high style and cool design to a city just discovering itself architecturally. The building is one of the most breathtaking modern residences in Ontario.

Theatre Park

Theatre Park is a spectacular tower of 47 stories rising from the historic Theatre District of Toronto’s King Street West. This $140 million development features a 5200SF floor plate and once in a lifetime panoramic views from all sides and all floors. The entrance is anchored by a forecourt park complete with water feature and sculptural art. This community space has become the “go to” meeting place for the symphony and theatre patrons as well as an urban respite from the pace of city life. The tower features a two-level bar/terrace and restaurant as well as 234 high-style luxury homes equipped and finished with the best design the world has to offer. Facilities include a 24-hour concierge, fully equipped fitness facility, event room with dining and living areas, as well as an outdoor pool and terrace overlooking south to Roy Thomson Hall.

King Charlotte

King Charlotte is a $90 million 33-storey high-rise which is just steps to the desirable intersection of King Street West and Spadina. A series of stacked sculptural floating boxes define King Charlotte’s design. Just as a puzzle intricately pieces together in a way you may not first imagine, the building’s cube-like spaces of varying shapes and sizes interconnect in a seamless fashion. Asymmetry meet illusion at every angle! On the 33rd floor, an expansive entertainment oasis includes an outdoor pool with all-day sun. No doubt, King Charlotte’s crowning glory.

Brant Park

The Brant Park has been designed in favour of the 50’s International style. Its crisp, clean lines betray an essence of orderly, a place where beautiful monotony can exist. Rising 11 storeys over St. Andrew’s Park, the building houses 240 residences and 15,000SF of ground floor retail.