Bold ideas for better communities
Founded in 1994 with a vision to revolutionize the way people live and work, Dream is one of Canada’s leading real estate companies, with over $24 billion in assets across North America and Europe. Responsible for some of the country’s most iconic and transformative projects, we always invest with purpose, embracing creativity, passion and innovation, delivering strong returns, while positively impacting the communities and the world around us.
Our outstanding portfolio covers a wide range of assets
Dream group of companies
Our communities revolutionize the way people live and work
Quayside is a small piece of land on Toronto’s downtown eastern waterfront with big ambitions. It will soon be home to a sustainable community that will provide a high quality of life for people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities and incomes – a 21st Century urban district that is dynamic, inclusive and resilient. Quayside is the cornerstone in Waterfront Toronto’s vision for a world-class, complete community, and a key connection between the downtown waterfront, surrounding neighbourhoods and the future Villiers Island.
Forma presents unparalleled architecture and interior design to create a world-class condominium masterpiece. Standing 73 and 84 storeys tall at the nexus of the entertainment and financial districts in Toronto, Forma will be Frank Gehry’s tallest residential towers, offering breathtaking views, bespoke suite finishes, elevated lifestyle amenities and services, wellness spaces, entertainment lounges, creative coworking spaces and an outdoor terrace to call home.
This 34-acre master-planned development on the Ottawa river bridges two provinces and three cultures, it is Canada’s largest Net-zero Carbon community making it among the most sustainable in the world.
212 King WestToronto
Perfectly situated at the intersection of Toronto’s thriving financial and entertainment districts, 212 King combines the history and rhythm of three heritage buildings beneath an iconic contemporary mixed-use tower.
First Purpose Built Indigenous HubToronto
As the first purpose-built Indigenous Hub dedicated to the Aboriginal people of Toronto, this five-building development draws from traditional architectural and design influences to foster a lasting spirit of diversity and inclusivity.
We embrace best practices in sustainability in everything we do
We strive to continuously improve the resource efficiency of our operations, lower any undesired impacts associated with our activities and contribute positively to the transition to a low carbon economy.
We care for our people, tenants, partners and communities by embracing a diverse and inclusive workplace, promoting leading health and safety practices and building inclusive, attainable and sustainable communities.
We maintain the highest ethical business standards, which includes how we manage and mandate sustainability.
We strive to leave a lasting impact on the cities and world around us
Dream has a proven track record of building better communities. We have generated strong financial returns by creating unique, inclusive assets which have lasting positive impacts on the lives of our residents, customers and stakeholders.
Learning what community living is all aboutNovember 8, 2023 | Ottawa Citizen
Transforming Toronto’s Financial DistrictAugust 23, 2023 | The Globe and Mail
Toronto’s Master-Planned Canary District Continues To Deve…August 1, 2023 | Retail Insider
Frank Gehry Returns to the Streets of His Canadian ChildhoodJuly 15, 2023 | The New York Times
Dream Unlimited and Great Gulf Advance Ambitious Plan for Qu…July 11, 2023 | Urban Toronto
Solar power starts to shine as a differentiator for commerci…July 11, 2023 | The Globe and Mail
What’s on the menu at Daphne, a massive mid-century-inspir…July 4, 2023 | Toronto Life
CentreCourt joins Dream in JV to develop Toronto towersJune 19, 2023 | Real Estate News Exchange
‘The light is free.’ How Frank Gehry hopes his condo pro…June 7, 2023 | Toronto Star
New apartments give Toronto a lesson in great urban architec…May 18, 2023 | The Globe and Mail
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Building better communities
From sustainable building practices and community engagement to ethical corporate governance, we aim to make a positive impact wherever we operate.