Thoughtfully curated hospitality experiences

Each of our properties is unique but share the same those and commitment to local art, culture and community. Guests can count on one-of-a-kind experiences that reflect our spaces.

Gladstone House bar & restaurant with bartender on a sunny day

Gladstone House

Situated in West Queen West, one of Toronto’s most creative neighbourhoods, the reimagined Gladstone House celebrates culture, art, and diversity while maintaining the building’s rich history and iconic original architecture.

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Exterior photo of Gladstone house building on sunny day Gladstone House Bistro on a sunny day Interior photo of Gladstone house melody bar table with booth and bright lighting

The Broadview Hotel

An East End landmark, featured in Michelins’ Toronto Hotel Guide, The Broadview Hotel is an iconic gateway to the city’s most captivating neighbourhood.

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Guest lounge area with leather high back chairs, couch and coffee table Interior of The Broadview Hotel bar & bistro dining area on a sunny day Interior of The Broadview Hotel restaurant & bar with people sitting at bar top

The Postmark Hotel

Opening Soon - 55 thoughtfully designed, boutique guest rooms showcasing Canadian art and a modern eclectic style, The Postmark is Newmarket’s first and only boutique hotel

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Interior photo of brightly lit guest lounge at the Postmark Hotel with booth seating, large windows, and wall art Postmark Hotel guest suite bathroom with bright lighting, folded towels, and glass shower Postmark Hotel guest suite with king sized bed on modern wooden bedframe

Collingwood Terminals

Reimagining 1929-built silos into a community destination offering a full-service hotel, restaurant and event space, and a residential component.

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Exterior photo of Collingwood Terminals lakefront boardwalk that runs over the water and people enjoying a sunny day Collingwood Terminals guest room with king sized bed, couch, exposed wooden wall with views overlooking lakefront Exterior photo of Collingwood Terminals lakefront promenade with people walking at sunset