A history of exceptional buildings and great neighbourhoods

For over 20 years, Freed Developments has been reimagining the city of Toronto with its own brand of design-based developments. A Freed property is more than just a building—it’s an environment that allows people to live life to the fullest.

The meaning of home continues to evolve in central King West. Pairing elegant living spaces with lavish amenities and first-class services, they present the pinnacle of modern living at 629 King Residences. This is the epitome of architectural imagination, embellished with innovative features and meticulous details, the finest finishes, and an undeniable uniqueness throughout.

An impressive 150-foot frontage on King Street West, this project connects the past and present by combining the restoration of a Silver Plate historic building with a sleek new glass construction. Fashionable retail amenities include divine dining at The Keg and Wilbur Mexicana, and the award-winning salon and spa services at Her Majesty's Pleasure.

A stunning project in the heart of King West, Six50 King West is comprised of two contemporary condominiums, joined at the hip and filled with premium features. Offering superb retail such as Black Toe Running and Brioche Dorée, residents can get expert running advice and accessories as well as indulgent Parisian delicacies all within their convenient condominium.

Like living in a piece of modern art, 20 Stewart represents Freed's legendary first imprint on the previously underdeveloped King West neighbourhood with 59 beautifully designed loft condominiums.

A refined and minimalistic glass-walled jewel box with only 85 high-ceilinged loft-style units. A boutique building that has had a major impact on the Toronto condo scene.

With its whimsical and futuristic design by none other than globally renowned creative demi-god, Philippe Starck, Seventy5 Portland is a Mecca for Toronto-based design aficionados. Reflecting the desires of residents with a true appreciation for quality, the Seventy5 retail spaces feature PSR Brokerage and Bar Buca.

A tranquil setting amidst an urban environment, in the heart of Toronto's fashion district. 103 lofts and condominiums designed by Core Architects Inc. with interiors by Cecconi Simone.

With a mere 17 luxuriously appointed half- or full-floor lofts ranging in size from 2,500 to a truly spectacular 6,000 square feet, this is boutique living at its absolute finest.

Adjoined with Thompson Hotel, 550 Wellington epitomizes King West living across over 300 exquisitely designed lavish condominiums with all the amenities and services of a first-class hotel. Host to Hibachi Teppanyaki & Bar, Colette Grand Café, and Thompson Diner.

Sitting just below King East, this quaint, hidden area marries yesterday with tomorrow. The sidewalks are lined with time-honoured architecture and are home to a variety of lounges and restaurants, just a stone’s throw away. Elevated from the ordinary, Sixty Colborne stands as an example of unparalleled structural artistry, designed by architect Peter Clewes.

150 Redpath stands alongside 155 Redpath, yet it stands alone. Designed by award winning architect Peter Clewes, of architectsAlliance, the project takes a contemporary interpretation of the tower and podium principle. Modernly visualized with sleek blue on crisp white, the 20th century abstract art inspiration cuts through.

Sleek, chic and sexy. An interpretation of urbanism in the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood. 155 Redpath will be an extraordinary landmark residence. 36 storeys with large, offset balconies and vivid brush strokes of colour. Modernism in the truest sense of the word.

A fresh new spirit. A neighbourhood revitalized, more connected, more alive. This is where modern living is being redefined. Where a new vision is taking shape. Where the demands of today’s lifestyle are being served with thoughtfulness and creativity. Be a part of the future of Yonge and Eglinton. Embrace the new wave. Welcome the art of change.