High-density, mixed-use development is the future of the urban landscape. Tucker HiRise built this category and now leads the way, with over 15,000 units now completed. See how our team of seasoned professionals and state-of-the-art technology can ensure your next project comes in on time and on budget.
We partner with all members of your team, from feasibility to final delivery, implementing Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and ground breaking virtual construction and design. We can help you overcome potential problems before they happen.
Investing in a high density mixed used development is a large undertaking. Tucker provides independent, unbiased financial consulting, to help you assess feasibility and budgeting, before you invest. Our virtual construction process, can also assist you in securing the financing you need to build your vision.
Through IPD, Tucker involves all major players right at the design and pre-construction phase, resulting in improved design planning, and tighter control of project budgets and life-cycle costs, helping you achieve a sustainable quality product, right on schedule.
Tucker HiRise has earned a reputation for sucessfully delivering large, challenging projects, and to making a real difference for our clients. We are enthusiastic, innovative and committed to providing quality construction for every dream we are entrusted to build. By introducing TLogic, we utilize emerging technology to mitigate risk and improve cost predictability.
Building Information Modeling is the bedrock of TLogic practice. TLogic is Tucker's platform to integrate the project delivery process by involving stakeholders from initiation to completion phase. We use virtual construction and design to forecast and resolve issues before they happen on site. Tucker is a CanBIM member.
The exterior of this tower represents the vision of acclaimed architect Peter Clewes. A true architectural statement, Yonge + Rich will preserve a cornerstone of the city's past, incorporating a restored heritage building into the base of the development.
Inspired by nature, and targeting LEED Gold Certification, “Monde” delivers Toronto luxury, crowned by two stories of landscaped open space. Designed by world-renowned architects, this waterfront condo will be an oasis of green living. Every detail has been designed for minimum impact on the environment and the highest quality lifestyle.
The micro-living revolution is building in other world-class cities and Tucker rose to the challenge, building Canada’s first micro-condo. Every aspect of condo living was scrupulously reconsidered: pipe space reclaimed as shelving, kitchen counters made to expand and retract. Every inch speaks of sleek, dual-duty efficiency.
At street level, this tower is grounded by the historic Canadian Bank of Commerce Building, but The Massey Tower will rise 60-storeys into the sky. A portion of the site will be allocated to Massey Hall, the performing arts theatre, after which this condominium was named. The building will include residential, non-residential, and retail units.
This multi award-winning structure towers above the landmark intersection of Yonge and Bloor in downtown Toronto, providing 100,000 sq. ft. of prime retail space on three levels, and 789 luxurious residential suites. This LEED-certified building will feature flowing terraces and balconies, and massive windows infusing suites with natural light.
This boutique condominium comprises 45 luxurious suites – each designed to maximize space, while offering spectacular views. A prime location, the project is situated within a hub of art galleries, restaurants, exclusive shops, parks and quintessential Old Toronto architecture.
Located in Yonge-Dundas Square – one of Toronto’s most popular dining and entertainment locations, this residential tower will feature 245 rental units over 40 storeys. The project also involves the restoration of two heritage buildings to be converted to studio office space.
A dramatic glass tower set atop a podium of dark charcoal-coloured bricks, Pace Condos embodies style, function, livability and value. High-tech suites with floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the fast-paced eclectic downtown core...
Located at Richmond and Peter Streets in downtown Toronto, Tableau combines historical preservation and modern architecture. The 36-storey tower designed by Wallman Architects will feature residential, office and retail space.
Bringing back an era of sophistication to mid-town Toronto, The Madison features two towers rising over an 8-storey podium. 53,000 square feet of retail space will comprise the lower levels, with residential units rising up the 33 and 36-storey towers. A 5,600 sq. ft. rooftop Zen-style garden between the towers provides a magical urban retreat.
One of the biggest hurdles in tight urban construction is locating adequate laydown space. Through careful planning and open communication with building neighbours, Tucker completed this project without incident. The dramatic 49-storey building now stands, matching its counterpart X Condos, with sleek modern styling.
This chic condo is a vibrant mix of residential and retail, in the heart of Bloor-Yorkville. With a sleek glass tower rising above brick-faced townhouses, and the heritage Planing Mill Building, restored as a design element at street level, The Nicholas blends beautifully with this historic area.
Historic elements are distilled in elegance, as cobblestone streets meet gleaming glass. A restored and rebuilt distillery tank house comprises the base for this 37-storey condo, as well providing courtyard space and a village ambiance, linking it to the Victorian architecture of the Distillery District.
Rising to the challenge of blending into a neighbourhood transitioning from light industrial to residential, the six, nine and 12-storey terraced buildings were developed around a lush, traditional park designed for the exclusive use of the residents.
A mastery of contemporary architecture and construction, Clear Spirit comprises a 40- storey glass tower atop a 5-storey stone base. 10-foot ceilings and panoramic views give a sense of grandeur. Engineered wood, cork, and bamboo flooring throughout add to its environmental sustainability and LEED certification.
Charlie Condos represents the height of architectural innovation. Clear glass stretches along the tower’s aluminum frame, a stone and a rooftop garden patio overlooks the city, with a spectacular view of Lake Ontario.
Heralded as “a building that’s alive with green, not just concrete and glass” SIX50’s unique out-of-the-box design is an inspired blending of nature and modern aesthetic – both visually and environmentally.
This 14-storey building located in the heart of trendy Liberty Village was designed to challenge the boxy condominium standard. The building is made up of one and two-storey lofts which include dramatic ceiling heights of up to 17’. This condominium has both live and work designation where residences have the opportunity to use their space for residential purposes, business space, or both!
Boutique is a fusion of quintessential luxury and personalized taste. This sleek 35-storey glass condo defines Toronto living at its finest – from the glass-encased exterior to the hotel-inspired lobby and suites.
An acronym for “Lakeshore to Downtown”, LTD Condos is also renowned for offering residents a “totally downtown living” experience, complete with rooftop terraces, a private screening room, party and meeting rooms and, of course the quintessential espresso bar.
This mixed-use high-rise, with residential suites and luxury shopping, completes Phase II of the lavish Boutique condos in Toronto. Both condos manage to emanate effortless sophistication while still being in harmony with their spirited neighbourhoods.
This gleaming steel and glass condo with spacious terraces is an oasis of calm, overlooking the vibrant Fashion District. A luxurious urban condo, it blends well with the surrounding heritage buildings.
Tucker HiRise worked with ‘34 Architects’ and the client team to ensure that M5V would consume less energy and water, and emit fewer harmful toxins into the environment. The hard work paid off, and M5V Condos has now earned the coveted LEED Gold status.
While excavating the foundations and parking garage, Tucker encountered an underground aquifer that created some real challenges. By drilling additional dewatering wells, a million litres of water a day was pumped out without incident. Today, the building stands proud, boasting a relaxing putting green, and rooftop pool and garden.
This sophisticated condo, with its dramatic yet graceful lines, embodies the pure luxe that is Yorkville. 18 Yorkville is comprised of three unique elements: the main 36-storey tower on Yorkville Avenue, the 7-storey enclave at 21 Scollard Street, and a peaceful public park that provides an oasis from the bustle of the city.
The Hudson was designed by six-time Governor-General’s Award winning architects, Diamond Schmitt Architects. The lobby is nestled between two building wings and topped with a brilliant copper canopy, and Tuscan-inspired rooftop garden offers panoramic views of the eclectic Theatre and Fashion Districts.
The Morgan is an impressive monument to the grandeur of the art deco movement in Toronto. From the spiral staircases in the front lobby to the rooftop patio, this building is the jewel of the Fashion District, over which it presides.
As a member of the U.S Green Building Council (USGBC), Tucker has extensive experience in sustainable construction, and we work hard to mitigate the execution risks associated with green building construction. Mixed-use high-rise development has been deemed a best practice in sustainability, and Tucker's expertise contributes to the future of development of our sustainable cities.