RFB Development is focused on underinvested, yet culturally significant buildings, to invest in and create homes that the future of Kitchener can feel proud to live in. In addition to completing work at 156 Benton Street, the company is continually searching for future projects in the Kitchener-Waterloo area.
27 roy street
Working to restore and renovate a building within the Civic Centre Heritage Conservation District, RFB Development's newest project seeks to integrate apartment style residences along with a venue space geared toward public programming for the community. Built in 1895, this historic home has the potential to function as a flexible, shared work space and public art gallery along with the more traditional residential units typical to the neighbourhood.
Toronto laneway housing
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH STREETSHIFT INC.
RFB Development has partnered with a startup company, streetshift, to address the housing crisis in Toronto through the development of laneway houses. Laneway housing is a form of infill development which utilizes secondary suites built into pre-existing lots that open onto back laneways.
see more at www.streetshift.ca
48 ONTARIO STREET
RFB Development has recognized the growing importance to maintain some of Kitchener’s most valued cultural communities and is committed to working to restore the city's heritage resources. A proposal was submitted to the City of Kitchener for the redevelopment of the designated historic building located at 48 Ontario Street.
read more about the winning bid at https://renx.ca/voisin-wins-bid-redevelop-kitcheners-48-ontario/
BASEMENT & ATTIC UNITS
Construction is continuing at 156 Benton Street to complete the 800 sq ft attic unit and the 1,200 sq ft basement unit.