CentreCourt is known for its well thought out developments. Always close to major amenities, rapid transit network and employment areas, its numerous high-rise condominiums are designed for modern city life. The company believes that this approach to development will contribute to the Greater Toronto Area’s vibrancy, sustainability, and competitiveness.
CentreCourt has completed or is actively developing 15 high-rise residential communities throughout the GTA, collectively representing over 7,000 homes and 3.5 billion dollars of development value. Every CentreCourt development is a collaborative endeavour undertaken with the finest planners, architects, interior designers, and construction trades in the business.
Driven by its vision to become industry leaders, CentreCourt values excellence and aims to create a positive impact in the way people live. Every suite the company has developed is of the highest quality standard. Taking pride in building unique developments, CentreCourt always strives to exceed expectations.
CentreCourt was behind some of the most successful launches of the last decade with Peter Street, Karma, INDX, Core, Grid, 411 Church, Transit City, Zen, TC 4+5 and The Forest Hill.
It began with humble roots in 1949, when John Bitove Sr., the son of Macedonian immigrants, opened a twelve stool restaurant in suburban Toronto. From major airports, hospitals, highway centres to restaurants like the Hard Rock Cafe and the iconic Wayne Gretzky’s, the company grew to become one of Canada’s largest privately held hospitality companies.
In 1993, the family was part of the founding group of the Toronto Raptors and Air Canada Centre (now Scotiabank Arena). Today, The Bitove Corporation has diverse interests across several industries and businesses.
Throughout The Bitove Corporation’s success over the past five decades, philanthropy has always been at the forefront of its mission. Some notable beneficiaries of its giving include Toronto General, SickKids, St. Michaels, and Sunnybrook Hospitals, and the University of Western Ontario. John Bitove Sr. also spearheaded his philanthropy by founding a senior’s home in Toronto named Canadian Macedonian Place. He founded ProAction Cops and Kids which aids high risk youth, and was instrumental in establishing The Dotsa Bitove Wellness Academy for participants with memory loss.
The Bitove Corporation was built on the foundation of hard work, respect and giving back to the community, and strives to continue the legacy of John Bitove Sr.