Building a legacy
Multi-award winning Lanterra Developments has established a reputation as a company that creates landmark residential communities admired for their exceptional architecture, brilliant interior design, and an array of amenities that make urban living truly exciting and vital.
Lanterra Developments is firmly committed to delivering state-of-the-arturban environments. The firm has been honoured locally by the Greater Toronto Home Builder Association (now BILD) with Project of the Year for Toy Factory Lofts, Project of the Year for The Residences of Maple Leaf Square, Best Model Suite for Neptune at Waterpark City, Best High-Rise Building Design (Pinnacle) for 50 Scollard and earned international recognition at the prestigious Nationals for Murano, Toy Factory Lofts, The Residences of Maple Leaf Square, ICE Condominiums at York Centre, Rodeo Drive Condominiums, and 50 Scollard for Logo Design and Multi-Family Community of the Year (Pinnacle).
For over 65 years, Toronto-based Westdale has owned, managed and developed real estate across North America. As a family company, Westdale is committed to fostering positive experiences for the thousands of people who live, work and shop at our properties.
Westdale’s Canadian portfolio includes over 6,000 residential units and approximately 3.0M square feet on retail, commercial and industrial spaces across 5 provinces. Our United States portfolio comprises close to 43,000 residential units, as well as 2.5M square feet of retail and commercial space in 14 states. Our expanding Food & Hospitality portfolio includes some of Toronto and Miami’s most loved restaurants including The Chase, Kasa Moto, Planta, Arthur’s, Palm Lane, Swan and Komodo. Westdale’s team of almost 1,500 employees across Canada and the US share a dedication to our partners, tenants and clients, bringing a nimble approach and creative strategy to every project the company builds, develops and manages.
Meet the Team
Based in Miami and with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Manila, Lima and Sao Paulo, Arquitectonica is a major presence on the world architectural stage. Founded in 1977, the firm received critical and popular attention and acclaim almost from its inception, thanks to a bold modernism that was immediately identified with a renaissance in Miami’s urban landscape. Principals Bernardo Fort-Brescia and Laurinda Spear have continued exploring and pushing the limits of their innovative use of geometry, pattern, and color to introduce a new brand of humanistic modern design to the world.
Today their practice spans the globe, with projects in 59 countries on five continents. Over the years, Arquitectonica has received hundreds of design awards, and the firm’s groundbreaking work has been the subject of exhibitions at numerous museums and institutions.
Studio Munge is guided by a passion for great design, inspired by excellence and committed to exceptional service. With more than 20 years of experience in the industry, Principal Alessandro Munge’s global perspective, inquisitive nature and quest for the perfect solution has propelled Studio Munge onto the international stage. Creative leadership is what informs and inspires Studio Munge’s multidisciplinary team to produce distinctive, transformative design. As avid collaborators, Studio Munge forms partnerships with a global roster of top hospitality brands, condominium and residential developers, and architects.
Nak Design Strategies
Located in Toronto, NAK Design Strategies is one of the largest landscape architectural practices in Ontario, working across Canada and in China, Thailand, the US and the Caribbean. The founding principals believe the design process combines a synthesis of the site characteristics with a deep understanding of the programme requirements. NAK’s projects include Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Arts, Bell Lightbox and Festival Tower, The Cheddington and One Post Road in the exclusive Bridle Path district of Toronto. NAK Design Strategies has won prestigious national design awards for their outstanding creative work.