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Union Station

Working with the City of Toronto and Osmington, Beauleigh is responsible for conceptualizing the vision and retail redevelopment strategy for the revitalization of this iconic and historic landmark. Beauleigh created the merchandising plan and worked collaboratively with the architects and designers in planning the layout and configuration for the 170,000 square feet of new retail. Beauleigh then curated the tenant mix and developed the marketing strategy for the execution of the plan. Neighbourhoods which are now open are York Street Promenade, Front Street Promenade, The Go West Concourse and the Food Court…

Brookfield Properties

Beauleigh has an exclusive mandate with Brookfield Properties in Toronto. Properties include First Canadian Place, Brookfield Place, The Exchange Tower, Bay Adelaide Centre, 2 Queen Street East, 22 Front Street, 105 Adelaide Street and Hudson’s Bay Centre.

Sheraton Centre Hotel

Thayer Lodging & Brookfield Hotel Properties


57 Spadina



Manulife Centre

Manulife Properties

Beauleigh, working with ownership at Manulife was instrumental in creating the vision for the repositioning of this iconic site at the intersection of Bay and Bloor on Toronto’s most fashionable shopping street. The brutalist architectural structure, harkening back to the 1970’s had minimal street presence and the retail was set back from the street, isolating it from the rest of the retail on Bloor St. In order to give the retail more prominence, the $100M redevelopment focused on improving the visibility from the street and pulling the lease line out to the property line on the north, west and east sides of the building, resulting in a significant net gain of retail space…

Queen’s Quay Terminal


In collaboration with MOCA, Beauleigh created and implemented the retail vision for the 1,500 SF café on the ground floor of Toronto’s Contemporary Art Museum. Forno Cultura is now open!
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East Harbour: Soap Factory

First Gulf

East Harbour is an ambitious commercial district currently under development on the eastern edge of downtown Toronto. With its own planned transit hub, it is just three kilometres and one future transit stop from Union Station. It is Canada’s largest planned commercial project, totalling 62 acres. Once complete, the district will employ over 70,000 employees and welcome millions of visitors…
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St. Thomas Developments

Tricon Property

592 Sherbourne


Dream 1
Dream 2


36 Toronto

330 Bay

Adelaide Place

City Hall

City of Toronto

West Harbour

City of Hamilton

Consulted on future development. 

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