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PAST PROJECTS

PAST
PROJECTS


i2 Developments Inc.’s track record of success is plain to see in our portfolio of past projects where our commitment to excellence has been fully realized.


Shuter Street
& Church Street


Toronto, Ontario

In 2011, low-rise buildings in the Shuter Street and Church Street area of Toronto were assembled and amalgamated into one high-rise development site. Plans called for a 29 storey residential condominium including the preservation of a heritage façade. A prime property in the heart of downtown Toronto, two blocks east of the Eaton Centre and Toronto City Hall, the site was subsequently sold to a development partner who launched the project in 2014, with its 220 residential condominium units selling out within the first weekend.






Blue Mountain Village


Collingwood, Ontario


The principals of i2 Developments Inc. oversaw the master planning that ultimately provided for the development of over 1,100 condominium units at this popular resort lifestyle community in Collingwood -- the preferred year-round getaway for visiting the Georgian Bay region.





Monterra Golf Course-
Blue Mountain Resort


Collingwood, Ontario


The principal of i2 Developments Inc. played an instrumental role in the design and construction of the resort’s Monterra Golf Club, an 18-hole course for golfers of all skill levels, situated in a spectacular mountain setting. In addition, residential units were constructed adjacent to some of the fairways and on surrounding Blue Mountain Resort lands.





3800 Steeles Avenue West


Woodbridge, Ontario


This 65,000 square feet office building was developed in the 1980’s and is the current home office of i2 Developments Inc. The building includes a sun-filled atrium and underground parking with immediate access to Highways 400 and 407.





3100 & 3200 Steeles Avenue West


Vaughan, Ontario


This project includes a 6 storey, 70,000 square feet office building and a 50,000 square feet commercial building. The office building features a rooftop terrace with balconies overlooking Black Creek Pioneer Village, a living history museum. This project received an Urban Design Award and is located within proximity to Highways 400 and 407 and steps to the new Pioneer Village Subway Station.