Projects

South Sheridan Way, Mississauga, ON (February 2007)

Kilmer acquired this 11-acre site from a former medical supply manufacturing company located in Mississauga, on a service road adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth Way highway. The property was remediated and sold in a shovel-ready state to O.R.E. Development Corporation, a major industrial/commercial developer, for build-out as a flex-office development.

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Lake Shore Boulevard West, Toronto, ON (December 2009)

The redevelopment of this 12-acre former automotive parts manufacturing facility in Etobicoke is a joint venture project between Kilmer and the Whitecastle New Urban Fund. When the remediated and rezoned site is sold, it will be built out as a mid-rise and townhouse development. The project was awarded a grant by Sustainable Development Technology Corporation (SDTC) for its innovative use of sustainable remediation technologies.

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  • Summer 2012 - From Brown to Gold (PDF 1.80 MB) by Michael Ryval in the Ontario Home Builders' Association's (www.ohba.ca) Ontario Home Builder Magazine. Kilmer's Lakeshore project is mentioned and David Harper is quoted.

  • Summer 2011 - Cleantech Greens Brownfields (PDF 755 KB) in HazMat Management Magazine. An article by Guy Crittenden about Kilmer's partnership with Sustainable Development Technology Corporation (SDTC) and its innovative use of Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI) technology as a sustainable means to remediate its Lakeshore site in Toronto. For more information about SDTC's SD Tech Fund, visit SDTC's website at www.sdtc.ca.

  • February 4, 2011 - West End Brownfield Cleanup - Catalyst For Longbranch (PDF 244.1 KB) from Novae Res Urbis (NRU) City of Toronto Edition. An article by Mark Ostler about Kilmer's and Whitecastle's Lakeshore project in Toronto and the innovative use of Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI) technology as a sustainable means to remediate the site.

Boulevard Marcel-Laurin, Saint-Laurent (Montreal), QC (December 2009)

Kilmer acquired this 13-acre former aerospace manufacturing facility located at the gateway to the Borough of Saint-Laurent in Montreal. When the remediated site is sold, it will be built out as a mid-rise residential development with a retail component. The project won the Canadian Urban Institute's Brownie Award for Sustainable Remediation Technologies and Technological Innovation for the sustainable remediation of the site.

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Arthur Street South, Guelph, ON (February 2010)

Kilmer acquired this 9-acre property in downtown Guelph. When the remediated site is sold, it will be built out as a mid- and high-rise residential development with accessory commercial uses and new public open space. A Heritage building and other heritage features were preserved as part of the redevelopment. The project received a grant under the City of Guelph's Brownfield Redevelopment Community Improvement Plan.

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  • March 19, 2014 - Letter of Reference from Fusion Homes (PDF 136 KB) The successful collaboration between Kilmer and Fusion Homes, the purchaser of the property, will help ensure the future success of the project and the creation of sustainable communities.

  • February 7, 2014 - Letter of Commendation from the Ward Residents' Association (PDF 118 KB) in Guelph relating to the redevelopment of the Arthur Street South property. Establishing a good relationship with local residents and taking the concerns of the community seriously are important aspects of brownfield redevelopment.

Wellesley Street East, Toronto, ON (December 2010)

The redevelopment of this former downtown service station is a joint venture between Kilmer and the Whitecastle New Urban Fund. When the remediated and rezoned site is sold, it will be built out as a high-rise residential development.

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Queen Street East, Toronto, ON (December 2011)

Kilmer acquired this former service station in the east end of downtown Toronto at the gateway to The Beach neighbourhood. The site is located on two major public transit corridors, providing excellent connectivity to the downtown core and to the Bloor/Danforth subway. When the remediated and rezoned site is sold, it will be built out as a mid-rise residential development.

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