Freed Developments has a new president with the appointment of Jane Renwick. 

No stranger to move-making companies, Renwick has made a name for herself in Toronto’s multi-residential new construction industry since the mid-2000s. Her colourful career has focused on market research, product development, and the marketing and sale of new condominium projects and master-planned communities. 

Renwick has also supported acquisitions, planning, and construction teams throughout her career. Her impressive resume includes her most recent role as Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Diamond Kilmer Developments as well as also having been Chief Marketing Officer at Milborne Inc. and Executive Vice President of Urbanation

“I’ve been so fortunate to work with some of our industry’s best throughout my career. Working at Diamond Kilmer was no exception -- it was an absolute privilege to work with such an intelligent team, brimming with integrity. But life is about learning, challenging yourself and seizing opportunities. As a long time admirer of Peter Freed and the projects he has built over the last 20+ years, I’m honoured to be taking on a leadership role at Freed Developments, and joining the growing number of female leaders in our industry.”

This is the second headline-making announcement from Freed Corp. this week. On Monday, news broke that the Toronto-based company will acquire Deerhurst Resort, Horseshoe Valley Resort, and the development lands at Blue Mountain Resort in a $210 million deal

“Freed is passionate about design and lifestyle -- it’s not just where you live, work and play, but how you do it. It’s an intoxicating way to think. The pipeline of both urban and resort communities is exciting. The recent acquisition of Deerhurst, Horseshoe Valley and the remaining development lands at Blue Mountain present an incredible opportunity to reinvent and restyle “up north”.  I’m thrilled to be working with Peter and the team -- it’s going to be challenging, and exhilarating at the same time!”

The move marks a further expansion into Ontario’s resort space for the developer, who already owns Muskoka Bay Resort, while being most commonly associated with shiny new condo towers

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