Founded by developers Dino Longo and Howard Goldstein, Worsley Urban is committed to delivering quality boutique residential developments within urban communities. Worsley prides itself on pushing the design boundaries and combines traditional and contemporary architecture that complement the surrounding neighbourhoods. With an emphasis on architectural style, workmanship and sophisticated design, Worsley’s developments are sustainable dwellings that focus on creating everlasting value for their home buyers.
Selecting prime locations with close access to public transit and that are within walking distance to an array of shops, restaurants, entertainment, and green spaces; are some of Worsley’s prime objectives. Respectful of the neighbourhoods in which they join, and keeping in tune with the needs and desires of home buyers; Worsley is passionate about being flexible and understanding. Worsley’s buildings stand out for their distinctiveness, charm, and elegance, which will surely be admired for years to come. This is what sets Worsley apart. This is the Worsley experience.
In addition to his role with Worsley, Dino Longo is president of Longo Development Corporation, a pioneering development and construction company founded by his grandfather over 90 years ago. As a third generation builder, Longo has over 30 years of experience working in real estate and in constructing industrial, commercial and residential sites throughout the GTA. His projects have included a master planned business park, a 3,200 bed nursing home in Dallas, multiple residential apartment holdings in Toronto, and development lands in Florida.
Longo is a graduate of the Construction Management Program at George Brown College and an alumnus of the Advanced Management Development Program for Real Estate (AMDP) at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He is a founding member of the Gelato Cup Foundation, a charity that supports prostate cancer research.
Howard Goldstein started his career in the legal profession; until recently, he was a practicing lawyer and a former law clerk to the Chief Justice of Ontario. He worked in international law, focusing on international M&A and corporate finance. At the same time, Goldstein also worked for his family’s Toronto construction and real estate business. He has spearheaded a number of developments and has overseen the approvals process, which gave him considerable experience in working with stakeholders to obtain development approvals and Ontario Municipal Board Appeals.
In 2008, Goldstein chose to stop practicing law and focus all his energy on real estate development. In addition to his work with Worsley Urban Partners, he has also designed and obtained approval for a mid-rise building in Toronto’s desirable Distillery District.