10 Scrivener Square, Toronto, ON / (416) 703-1877
Woodcliffe Landmark Properties
Woodcliffe Landmark Properties was founded in 1996 by Paul Oberman, a visionary leader who believed that significant heritage buildings could be restored through adaptive reuse to contribute to the urban landscape and still be economically viable.
Since its inception, Woodcliffe has developed and managed an extensive commercial real estate portfolio in Ontario and Quebec. Woodcliffe and its projects, which include iconic landmark buildings such as the North Toronto Station, King James Place and the Shops of Summerhill, have been honoured with almost every architectural award in Canada, including Heritage Canada's only awarding of its prestigious Corporate Award. Woodcliffe works in close collaboration with the preservation community, government and local interest groups to maintain the architectural integrity of every heritage project, holding all involved to the highest standards of quality.
Woodcliffe's vision ensures that their buildings and larger scale developments are true to their heritage and that they are celebrated by their respective neighbourhoods. The company currently owns and operates properties in Toronto's Rosedale/Summerhill neighbourhood and the historic downtown St. Lawrence neighbourhood.