It All Started With Dreamers, Risk-Takers & Visionaries Who Transformed A Post-WWII Toronto

Our Vision

Greenwin is one of Canada's largest privately-owned residential property management companies. Since 1948, our vision has been to build and manage communities that stand the test of time. At Greenwin, we treat all of our properties as though we ourselves will be sleeping in them tonight and working in them tomorrow. Likewise, we treat our colleagues, partners and customers with dignity and respect – the tone that our founding members established at the company's inception.

We look at each asset as our own. This fuels our ability to develop lasting relationships with stakeholders; decades-long relationships that are based on transparency and trust. Through extensive preventative maintenance programs, leading-edge technology and rapid response times, our team prevents quality-control issues before they happen. Our goal is to get the job done right the first time around, improve continually and prepare our properties to stand the test of time for generations to come. This is our win-win-win proposition, one that allows us to continually push the envelope, challenge the status quo and do things in a way that no other company in our field has done in the past.

At our core, we are not about simply investing in creating financial value. Greenwin invests in the people and planet we serve at each and every address that bears the Greenwin logo.

For information about Greenwin Cares, our community investment arm, please contact info@greenwin.ca.

1948: The Beginning

The roots of Greenwin stretch back to 1948, when the Greenwin Construction Company was first founded by Lipa Green and Arthur Weinstock to build single-family homes in Toronto. 

1950s

In the early 1950s, at a time when more conventional experts did not share our confidence we emanated a public preference for apartment living— particularly close to the central area of the city. 

1960s & 1970s

In the 60s and 70s, Greenwin built more than 10,000 residential units, including single-family homes, condominiums, rental apartment complexes and affordable housing. 

1978

Since 1978, we have transformed Toronto's skyline through our involvement in some of the city, most iconic properties, such as midtown's Castle Hill townhomes, The Ports condominiums at Yonge and St.Clair, and Queen's Park Place in the Bay Street corridor.

1980s & 1990s

Throughout the 80s and 90s, we were instrumental in the development of any of Toronto's leading hospitals, including Mount Sinai Hospital, the Scarborough Hospital, the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, the Wellesley Hospital, and North York General Hospital.

Present Day

Today, in addition to providing best-in-class management, construction and development services, Greenwin has earned a reputation as an expert in repositioning under-performing properties. 

A History Of Transforming Skylines

The roots of Greenwin Inc. stretch back to the late 1940s, when the Greenwin Construction Company was first founded by Lipa Green and Arthur Weinstock to build single-family homes in Toronto. In the early 1950s, Greenwin began residential development in Don Mills - one of Toronto's first suburban satellite communities. From there, we began building multi-unit residential properties. In the 60s and 70s, we built more than 10,000 residential units, including single-family homes, condominiums, rental apartment complexes and affordable housing.

Since 1978, when the late Harold Green created our sister company, Verdiroc Development Corporation, we have transformed Toronto's skyline through our involvement in a wide range of projects, including some of the city's most iconic properties, including midtown's Castle Hill townhomes, The Ports condominiums at Yonge and St. Clair, and Queen's Park Place in the Bay Street corridor.

With its Hospital Consulting Division, Greenwin/Verdiroc have been instrumental in the redevelopment and enhancement of many of Toronto's leading hospitals. These include Mount Sinai Hospital, The Scarborough Hospital, The Princess Margaret, the Wellesley Hospital, and North York General Hospital.

Together, we continue to change the face of urban Canada, operating on a time-tested foundation of innovation, integrity and hands-on involvement that's rooted in an enduring family heritage.

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