When it comes to inspired design and benchmark architecture, Diamante is a well-established leader in the Toronto development industry.

The company is highly respected for their exceptional developments, providing building after building in prime city locations that transform neighbourhoods and create aspirational residential destinations. The Diamante hallmark has always been superior building quality, unique living spaces and extraordinary value. For more than three decades, Diamante has contributed magnificent structures to the Toronto skyline and beyond.

The Florian

The Florian, completed in 2013, is certainly one of Toronto’s most exclusive and luxurious projects. The suites are spacious and light-filled, some occupying entire floors; the amenities include 24-hour concierge and valet service, a roof-top garden, fitness centre and indoor pool, rooms for entertaining and socializing and a wine cellar. The 100-suite project offers a 25-storey tower set in a four-storey podium that curves with the flow of Davenport Rd. at Bay St.

A modern design with classic museum quality brick details, the building features horizontal balcony lines and curtain-wall glazing, The residences offer exceptional vistas over the neighbourhoods of Rosedale and Yorkville.

This project was taken from land purchase to re-zoning, marketing and sales, financing, construction to after sales service and selecting property management by our company.

One City Hall

Minutes from everything, at an important address in the heart of Toronto at Bay and Dundas Sts., One City Hall is a landmark project that revitalized an important city quadrant. It has also received top reviews from Toronto’s architecture critics. The Toronto Star’s Christopher Hume commented:

“This sleek, retro-modernist structure is one of the most engaging condos to appear on the skyline in some time.”

The development has rejuvenated and given coherence to the community just north of Toronto’s City Hall. With generous retail spaces at street level, One City Hall features a dramatically linear exterior, high quality materials and well-proportioned built form. Amenities include a swimming pool, open-air rooftop garden, private dining rooms, a party room, guest suites, exercise rooms and 24 hour concierge.

This was one of the largest residential buildings built in Toronto at the time and yet it fits within the context appropriately. Retail was cultivated to not only serve the residents but also the neighbourhood.

Pheobe on Queen

Toronto’s Queen St. West neighborhood has evolved over time, diverse in its uses yet harmonious in its architecture. Diamante reflects this diversity in its exceptional project Phoebe on Queen, featuring three distinct building types, integrated into its landscaped two-acre site with common underground. Phoebe has earned high praise from many quarters. It was named Project of the Year by the Greater Toronto Home Builders’ Association in 1999. Architecture critic Christopher Hume of the Toronto Star, in awarding top marks to the project, writes that “the brilliance of Phoebe lies in its planning, its layout and the way it’s put together.”

Phoebe on Queen offers an impressive internal landscaped courtyard, a  fitness centre, two guest suites and a party room.

Our team managed the entire process from land purchase to re-zoning, marketing and sales, financing, construction to after sales service and selecting property management.

One Balmoral
Avenue

At a time when the real estate industry was in deep recession in the early 1990s, Diamante boldly moved forward with this 133 – unit condominium and townhouse project that transformed Toronto’s Yonge St. south of St. Clair Ave. An elegant building in a French Beaux Arts style, One Balmoral raised the bar for the condominium industry, with its style and the care lavished on suite design. Built of the highest quality precast, it looks as fresh as the day it opened.

Two Roxborough
Street East

Two Roxborough elegantly marks the gateway to Rosedale, one of Toronto’s oldest and most exclusive neighbourhoods. Clad in a traditional red brick, it has classic copper and precast details, loggias add style and grace to the building, designed to appeal to nearby residents who are looking to downsize.

The intimate and exclusive building represents the development principles we embrace, a central location close to transit and the amenities of the city on a site that lends itself to intensification.

This project was taken from land purchase to re-zoning, marketing and sales, financing, construction to after sales service and selecting property management.

The Royalton

This condominium on the north east corner of College and Bay Sts. takes its cue from one of the city’s favourite Art Moderne structures – the former Eaton’s College St. building across the street. Light in colour with the rounded corners and a streamlined verticality, The Royalton echoes the style of its high-profile neighbour. Architect Attila Burka called this project, (located on an “impossible 100-foot by 100-foot site” between a government building), his “Swiss watch” for its complex interlocking plan incorporating 137 suites.

This trendsetting project helped pioneer the movement towards the replacement of C-class office buildings with residential condominiums, and introduced residential uses to Bay St. near the business district. The Royalton features an extraordinary roof-top garden and party area, guest suites, and full catering kitchen.

This project was taken from land purchase to re-zoning, marketing and sales, financing, construction to after sales service and selecting property management.

Domus in
Yorkville

Domus is unique. Located in Upper Yorkville, next to The Florian’s site, it is a complex structure, which only a skilled developer and builder such as Diamante would undertake. Most remarkable are the huge windows and the multi-faceted elevations. The flow-through two-level units with curving stairs offer remarkable interior spaces and perspectives. One side of the development, with its lush, landscaped grounds, is composed of townhomes, enhancing the residential flavour of the neighbourhood. Domus earned the Greater Toronto Home Builder’s Project of the Year awarded in 1998.