Slate Asset Management

Slate Asset Management

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At first glance, a real estate investment group specializing in office and retail space may not seem to be a likely candidate to build luxury condominiums. And yet, we can be sure that when Slate Asset Management decides to make high-end residences, they are going to do it with the same precision and care that has made them one of Canada’s leading real estate investors and operators.

Since 2005, the developer has built up a $6 billion, 28-million-square-foot portfolio of real estate assets located throughout Canada, Europe, and the USA. Mainly consisting of retail, industrial, and office space, Slate’s newest acquisition of 2019 was a chain of 19 grocery-anchored properties located in Germany.

Sensing an opening in the market, the developer was created to fill the need for a value-oriented asset manager that tailored its self-sponsored investment vehicles to the unique goals and objectives of its investors. From this specialized niche, their employs a careful and selective investment approach in order to create long-term value with an emphasis on capital preservation and outsized returns.

But even with its interests scattered throughout the world, this Toronto-based real estate investment platform has used its leverage to take a special interest in its home city.

Out of its 165 European properties and 153 properties located in Canada and the USA, Slate’s 12 Toronto-based properties include a specialized portfolio of ten St. Clair and Yonge properties that it began accruing in 2013. With such a high concentration of it properties in close proximity to each other, this development company has uniquely positioned itself with dominant control of Yonge and St. Clair, ensconced with the power to rejuvenate this long-dormant intersection.

And, even though their expansive portfolio is largely absent of condominiums and housing developments, the developer is determined to show its support for this community of midtown Toronto properties by introducing what may be Toronto’s most celebrated residence.

Slate Asset Management

Slate Asset Management

0 properties

At first glance, a real estate investment group specializing in office and retail space may not seem to be a likely candidate to build luxury condominiums. And yet, we can be sure that when Slate Asset Management decides to make high-end residences, they are going to do it with the same precision and care that has made them one of Canada’s leading real estate investors and operators.

Since 2005, the developer has built up a $6 billion, 28-million-square-foot portfolio of real estate assets located throughout Canada, Europe, and the USA. Mainly consisting of retail, industrial, and office space, Slate’s newest acquisition of 2019 was a chain of 19 grocery-anchored properties located in Germany.

Sensing an opening in the market, the developer was created to fill the need for a value-oriented asset manager that tailored its self-sponsored investment vehicles to the unique goals and objectives of its investors. From this specialized niche, their employs a careful and selective investment approach in order to create long-term value with an emphasis on capital preservation and outsized returns.

But even with its interests scattered throughout the world, this Toronto-based real estate investment platform has used its leverage to take a special interest in its home city.

Out of its 165 European properties and 153 properties located in Canada and the USA, Slate’s 12 Toronto-based properties include a specialized portfolio of ten St. Clair and Yonge properties that it began accruing in 2013. With such a high concentration of it properties in close proximity to each other, this development company has uniquely positioned itself with dominant control of Yonge and St. Clair, ensconced with the power to rejuvenate this long-dormant intersection.

And, even though their expansive portfolio is largely absent of condominiums and housing developments, the developer is determined to show its support for this community of midtown Toronto properties by introducing what may be Toronto’s most celebrated residence.