Since its inception in 1989, Harhay developments have focused on design, innovation, and construction. Harhay collaborates with architects to create one-of-a-kind structures that have today formed the fulcrum of downtown’s vibrant urban outlook in Toronto. All building projects undertaken have no similarities at all, and this is one of the things the Company loves.
Harhay developments believe that the best way to create lively and busy neighborhoods throughout Toronto is through mixed-use buildings. The Company pledges to continually create modern, livable condominiums and contemporary commercial and business spaces.
For all the projects embarked on by Harhay, the closely-knit team of Civil engineers, which make up a large percentage of the Construction management, has decades of experience; this readily helps the company deliver projects with practical perspectives on what design the building needs.
Harhay makes it pertinent to deliver high-quality buildings to homeowners without sidestepping the regulations on building practices and construction quality. The Company operates with a handful of development teams and picks the best sites for projects in downtown Toronto. The sites are thoroughly assessed from the livability standpoint and also developmental standpoints.
This objective is so because Harhay believes in having the best location to erect a residence as it is premium to have a home that each customer will want to purchase gladly.
The Company’s project management team works assiduously to deliver buildings to clients’ requirements and with durability and longevity as its identity. The outlook, views, and durability of all projects are of prime importance to the Company. This, therefore, makes it very important for Harhay to use the best, trusted, and tested hands in any project embarked upon. Harhay stands out because of this approach to every client’s needs.
Theatre Park: is a magnificent 47-story tower rising from Toronto’s historic Theatre District on King Street West. This sculptural art park, replete with a waterfall and artificial pond, is expected to become a go-to meeting spot for symphony and theater audiences as well as an urban reprieve from the rush of daily life.
The tower contains a two-story restaurant and bar and 236 high-style luxury residences outfitted and finished with the most excellent design the world has to offer. There is a 24-hour concierge, a modern fitness center, an event space with dining and sitting rooms, and an outdoor swimming pool and terrace with views of Roy Thomson Hall to the south.
East lofts: East Lofts, located at the intersection of King and Princess Streets, contributes to the current strengthening of the King-Parliament Precinct with a 14-story building that merges retail, office spaces, and commercial with one- and two-story lofts. East blends in with the surrounding built fabric.
A six-story podium preserves the street wall and roofline of adjacent 19th-century commercial properties with an artistic grid of windows and masonry pilings that amplify the fenestration of the surrounding warehouses. A ﬁne – grained pattern of transparent and spandrel glass takes over levels seven to fourteen, relieved by extending glazed balconies.
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