River & Fifth Toronto is Broccolini’s new condominium development currently in construction in Toronto. Located at 5 Defries Street, along the banks of Toronto’s historic Don River, and only 10 minutes from the downtown core, River & Fifth Toronto offers owners a lifestyle that fuses nature and urban life.
The first of its kind in Québec, Coteau-du-Lac will be home to a new Amazon facility where employees sort packages by postal code. The packages will then be transferred to traditional carrier partner networks or to Amazon’s own delivery station network.
This building on Avenue Francis-Hughes in Laval will undergo extensive interior and exterior improvements in order to accommodate its future tenant, Amazon. The refurbished site will join Amazon’s Logistics (AMZL) network and deliver packages over the “Last Mile” to their final destination. These packages will arrive via truck from Amazon’s larger sortation and fulfillment centers before being sorted and shipped to customers.
Amazon mandated Broccolini with the development and construction of yet another fulfillment centre in Canada. This new build-to-suit construction, located in Ajax, Ontario, will be Amazon’s 10th fulfillment centre in the province. Once complete, the over 1,000,000-sq.-ft. state-of-the-art facility will employ more than 1,000 full-time workers.
Broccolini has broken ground on the largest fulfillment centre for Amazon in Canada. Using the latest smart and automated technologies, and advanced robotic technology, the centre, to be completed in 2021, will have a capacity of handling over 100 000 packages daily.
Broccolini has been mandated with the construction of another project for the e-commerce giant – a brand-new 363,000-sq.ft. industrial building in the strategically located borough of Lachine. This building will be part of Amazon’s Logistics (AMZL) network and will deliver packages over the “Last Mile” to their final destination.
This project in Ernest-Cormier, Laval consisted in the remodel a single-storey warehouse building with supporting office area and a break room. The facility receives packages via newly replaced loading docks. Packages are sorted then stored on mobile “baker racks” and rolled to the loading area for fleet delivery.
150 Redpath stands alongside 155 Redpath, yet it stands alone. Designed by award winning architect Peter Clewes, of architectsAlliance, the project presents a contemporary interpretation of the tower and podium principle. Modernly visualized with sleek blue on crisp white, the 20th century abstract art inspiration cuts through.
IKEA is a Swedish multinational that designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture, kitchens appliances and home decor accessories. The home furnishings retailer operates 13 locations across Canada. The Beauharnois distribution centre will supply the provinces of Quebec and Ontario.
Major renovation work is underway to unite 2 of downtown Montreal’s most prominent shopping centres, the Eaton Centre and Complexe les AILES, both owned by Ivanhoe Cambridge, who will rename the shopping destination upon completion.
This project for Amazon consists in the renovation of an existing one-storey industrial building to accommodate a 390,000-sq.ft. package sorting and shipping warehouse that will become part of the Amazon Logistics (AMZL) network of facilities.