Developer Harry Stinson has long been one of the most dynamic personalities on the Toronto real estate scene.
As one of the first to convert office buildings and old warehouses into residential condos, Stinson has been involved in such landmark and innovative projects as The Candy Factory, Knitting Mill Lofts, Grangetown, and the Victorian, and working with the likes of theatre impresario and art-collector David Mirvish on One King West, a 520-suite condominium in the heart of Toronto.
Passionate about his buildings, and wanting new, innovative and affordable amenities for each buyer, Stinson’s 106-suite condominium project, High Park Lofts, has a planned integration of geothermal heat pumps, solar panels and fuel cells, allowing owners a greater energy self-sustainability.
Stinson is notoriously hands-on in the design and construction process. Stinson is currently developing Canada’s tallest residential building, the 80-storey Sapphire Tower at 66 Temperance Street in Toronto.