Concord Pacific Developments is a Canadian residential developer and real estate investment firm with focus on projects in Vancouver, BC and Toronto, ON. The company is based in Vancouver, British Columbia and one of Canada's leading developers.
Concord Pacific's first major project was in the former Expo 86 site in Vancouver, British Columbia (former CPR yards), where the developer converted vacant land to a large condo development project in the 1980s and 1990s.
Their next major project was in Toronto's former railway lands near the CN Tower. Once owned by Canadian National Railway, the railway property was acquired by Concord Pacific with development beginning in 1997. The project, now known as CityPlace, Toronto is still ongoing and managed under the Concord Adex arm of Concord Pacific.
Another Concord Pacific project in Toronto is the re-development of the former Canadian Tire Corporation's warehouse and retail operations near Leslie Street and Highway 401 (Ontario). The name of this development is Concord Park Place.