Our track record includes small boutique buildings up to large point towers, resort and recreational properties, hotel condominiums, freehold and stacked townhomes as well as large masterplanned communities. We have succeeded in all market conditions throughout Toronto and beyond.

The first company to market a multi-phase project, Milborne Group has the greatest experience in large-scale urban masterplanned, mixed-use multi-phase communities.

Small Boutique Buildings

Large Point Towers

Resort And Recreational Properties

Hotel Condos

Freehold Towns

Stacked Towns

Masterplanned Communities

CLIENTS

  • 110 Bloor Street Development Corp.
  • Alit Developments
  • Alterra
  • Aragon
  • Ashcroft Homes
  • Bank of Nova Scotia
  • Baywood Homes
  • Bazis Group
  • BLVD
  • Brookfield
  • Burnac
  • Burnac Corporation
  • C.I.B.C
  • C.N. Pension Fund
  • Cadillac Fairview
  • Camfrost – Felcorp
  • Campeau Corporation
  • Camrost Group of Companies
  • Canada Trust
  • Canderel Stoneridge
  • Caraco Development Corp.
  • Castlepoint
  • Castlepoint Numa
  • Centara Corporation
  • Centennial Group
  • CentreCourt Developments
  • Channington Developments
  • Cityzen Development
  • Confederation Life
  • Coopers & Lybrand Limited
  • Coscan Corporation
  • Cranberry Village
  • Cresford Developments
  • Creson Corporation
  • Daniel Li Architects
  • Deloitte and Touche
  • Devron Developments
  • Diam Developments
  • Diamante Development Corp.
  • Diamondcorp
  • Dollarton Investments
  • Dundee Realty Corporation
  • Dunpar Developments
  • Edilcan Group
  • Equifund Corporation
  • Equitable Trust
  • Ernst & Young
  • Fernbrook Homes
  • First City Trust
  • FRAM Building Group
  • General American Real Estate
  • Georgian Homes
  • Gold List Construction
  • “Goldman Group”
  • Graywood Developments
  • Great Gulf
  • Greenwin Properties
  • Grossman & Vranich
  • H&R Developments
  • Harbourfront Corporation
  • Hing Lung Corporation
  • Hunsons “8” Holdings Ltd.
  • In8 Developments
  • Intracorp
  • Kaneff Properties Ltd.
  • Kellner-Jourdan
  • Konvey Construction
  • Korank Development
  • Lakeburn Corporation
  • Lalu Canada
  • Lanterra Developments
  • Lash Developments
  • Laurentian Bank of Canada
  • Laurier Homes
  • Lee Development
  • Lifetime Developments
  • Tridel
  • Lindvest
  • London Life
  • Mady Development Corporation
  • Malibu Investments
  • Mannington Developments
  • Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment
  • Marlin Spring
  • Mattamy Homes
  • Medhurst, Hogg, Sobottak
  • Menkes
  • Minto Developments
  • Mirvish/Kofman Group
  • Mollenhauer Properties Limited
  • Monarch Group
  • Mutual Development Corp.
  • Nadlan-Harris
  • Namara
  • New Style Construction
  • Norclair Investments
  • Olympia & York
  • Parallax
  • Peat Marwick Thorne Inc.
  • Pemberton Group
  • Peregrine Hunter
  • Phantom
  • Pianosi Development Corporation
  • Plazacorp Development Inc.
  • Podium
  • PRK
  • Rampart Construction
  • Real Financial Corporation
  • Royal Bank of Canada
  • Royal Queen Developments
  • Rylar Development Corporation
  • Samm Developments
  • Samoth Capital
  • Scollard Development Corporation
  • Shiu Pong
  • Sierra
  • Silverbell Holdings
  • Silvercreek
  • Slokker Canada Corporation
  • Sobara Group
  • Stafford Homes
  • State Building Group
  • Stinson Properties
  • Stonat Developments
  • TAS Design Build
  • The Edilcan Group Limited
  • The Princess Group
  • The Torgan Group
  • Time Developments
  • Townscape Developments
  • Triumph
  • United Lands Corporation
  • Urban Capital
  • West Development Group
  • Westclair Developments
  • Westend Construction
  • Winzen International
  • Wyview Group
  • York Hanover Developments Inc.
  • York-Hannover & Confederation Life

Philanthropy

C. Hunter Milborne was instrumental in establishing the World Housing initiative. World Housing provides homes to families living in slums in the developing world, fostering communities where families can thrive with safety, security, and access to the resources that change lives.

To date, 515 homes in 29 communities have been built, providing a clean and safe place to live for over 2500 people.

This is based upon a 1:1 model; for every home participating companies sell, a home is built for a family who needs it in a developing country.

Find out more at worldhousing.org