Cityzen and its sister company Dominus are a multi-faceted Real Estate Developer and Constructor respectively, currently operating in Canada. Cityzen is committed to being recognized as one of Canada's outstanding Builders, dedicated to producing the highest quality products and services, while remaining mindful of the need for being sensitive to community and environmental concerns.

Cityzen’s comprehensive approach, providing complete real estate services that span the entire spectrum of real estate sectors, has enabled the company to maximize its competitive advantages and gain a strong foothold in the marketplace. In addition, the companys outstanding management team with extensive backgrounds in construction and development management, enables the company to successfully execute its plan.

Cityzen’s excellent management team has a reputation for delivering superior results. Through a network of strategic alliances and partnerships, combined with in-house expertise, Cityzen has in a relatively short period of time adopted a leadership role in the industry.


Cityzen is established with a mandate to create exceptional condominiums in the GTA. The company embarks on its first project, Hemingway. The development was completed in 2005.


Cityzen acquires London on the Esplanade. With this acquisition, it becomes the first developer to venture east of Yonge Street. This pioneering move is the beginning of Toronto East.


This was a momentous year for Cityzen. The company launches Pier 27, the largest residential project on Toronto’s waterfront, east of Yonge. It also marks the beginning of Absolute World. Cityzen conducts an international design competition and selects MAD Architects for its iconic Marilyn Monroe design.


Cityzen breaks ground for the iconic L Tower. The company expands its portfolio with the launch of Backstage. It now has three (London on the Esplanade, L Tower and Backstage) very successful projects in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood.


Cityzen launches Garrison Point, the first tower of a master-planned community known as the ordnance triangle. This community includes a brand new 4.5-acre public park and the Garrison Crossing pedestrian and cycle path.


Cityzen and partners look westward, as they acquire Pier 8 in the steel city of Hamilton.


Cityzen has its hands full. With several projects on the go, including Garrison Point, Playground, The Tower at Pier 27, St Lawrence, Art on Main, D’or, 306 Davenport, 3C and 1 Scollard, the company continues to fulfill its mandate.