St. Thomas Developments Inc., in association with St. Thomas Commercial Developments is a proud Canadian real estate development company with an impeccable reputation and a wide-range of international affiliations.
Since 2001, this group of associated companies has quickly established a reputation for unsurpassed quality and unparalleled design, having successfully completed major residential condominium developments in the Greater Toronto Area. The most prominent, One St. Thomas, is a luxury condominium located in the prestigious Bloor Yorkville neighbourhood. Designed by internationally renowned, New York based architect Robert A.M. Stern, One St. Thomas represents the ultimate expression of residential luxury. Additionally, the associated companies are now completing construction of 7 St. Thomas, a luxury commercial condominium also located in the Bloor Yorkville area of Toronto.
Internationally, the group’s associated companies have, over the past two decades, built distinctive residential, boutique hotel, and commercial properties in the Far East. Elegant and exclusive developments include 110 Repulse Bay, Bluewater and the single luxurious residence, 37 Deep Water Bay Road in Hong Kong. Boutique hotels include The Putman and Le Rivage, both designed by the world-renowned Andrée Putman; The Jervois, with interiors by legendary French designer Christian Liaigre; and 99 Bonham, designed by famed Italian architect Antonio Citterio. Landmark commercial buildings include the Robert A.M. Stern designed 50 Connaught Road Central in Hong Kong which recently sold for a record setting price of $4.88 billion HKD (approximately $800 million Canadian Dollars).
88, on Queen Street East, is the group’s latest development. Occupying a full city block in Toronto’s burgeoning downtown, it comprises elegant residential buildings, a vibrant park, a boutique hotel, and a beautiful passage des panoramas with cafes, restaurants and shops. 88. Redefining the urban experience.