Marlin Spring prides itself on its ability to imagine, to inspire, and to innovate. Its industry- leading communities are distinguished by the highest quality building standards, elegant architecture, vibrant amenities, and environmentally friendly features.

The company has a strong, diversified portfolio of low-rise, mid-rise, and mixed-use projects in prime locations across the GTA, with approximately one million residential square feet currently under development. As a testament to its community commitment, Marlin Spring makes significant investments in the communities in which it builds.

Greybrook Realty Partners is a Toronto-based asset management firm that invests equity in large-scale real estate development projects. Alongside its network of leading North American developer partners, Greybrook is responsible for building and shaping communities across the Greater Toronto Area, Greater Golden Horseshoe region, and South Florida markets.

Ranging from single-family homes, condominiums, and purpose-built rentals, to ultra-luxury condominium residences and retail, Greybrook’s diversified real estate portfolio includes more than 50 developments expected to result in over 32 million square feet of residential and commercial density, with an estimated completion value of $14 billion.

U31 is an award winning interior architecture and design studio led by creative principals Kelly Cray and Neil Jonsohn. The firm focuses on diverse commercial, residential, and hospitality projects for clients across the globe, including luxury homes and large-scale mixed use developments. With over three decades of industry experience and proven accomplishments, U31 continuously challenges convention while seeking to satisfy clients’ needs and going beyond their expectations.

The firm’s creative vision is to design structures of memorable modern forms that satisfy programmatic needs.

They are passionately committed to innovative thinking and advancing the evolution of design. Their design principles are founded in adopting materials that complement the urban and natural environment to produce sustainable spaces.